New York, New York 2

Day two in NYC, keep on scrollin' people. :)

I know, I know. Times Square is very "touristy," but I seriously love this place! It's loud, crowded, and bright. My mom gets a headache real fast in this part of Manhattan. :P

This is a sidenote, but I noticed that there is an Advertisement for the movie, "Mirror, Mirror" on one of the mega screens behind me. I am looking forward to it, I love classic Disney movies with a modern twist!! 

{Outfit Details}

(Leather jacket, Express)

(Blouse, Thrifted)

(Skirt, Lola)

(Loafers, Thrifted)

(Belt, Thrifted)

(Collar clips, Vintage)

(Purse, MCM)

The embellished collars: perfection.


Awesome street artists. This guy is amazing, he uses spray paint....and honestly I don't even know how to describe what he does, but it's cool. I don't even know how he came up with it!

For the second day in NYC, my mom and I did some MORE eye-shopping, this time around the posh Upper East side. I could not stop gushing inside of Henri Bendel! It was kind of surprising to see a gigantic Abercrombie & Fitch store next to top names like, Tiffany's and Prada. But, with those hot store models, I'm not complaining! 

My mom met up for lunch with an old friend who works in the city, and then we hit up a place I hold dear to my heart, Soho. I think I spent 2 hours inside of Topshop, only to come out with a pair of beige lace socks. They weren't even for me, though. My friend, Liz, wanted me to get them for her because she has been obsessing over them! (Lace socks with black creepers pretty much sums up her life)

We ended the day with a concert at Carnegie Hall. I mean, it's classical music, so it wasn't head-banging, on-my-feet sort of fun, but I still really enjoyed it! I love seeing people play, because the passion for music the performers have is almost palpable. 

The next morning, we woke up early for the flight back home. I hope to return to NYC one day and attend a fashion show one day. That would be a dream come true. 

After all, it is called the "City of Dreams!"


The Pearl Collar

New York, New York