The last full day was spent doing the most important thing: eating. We walked a lot just to get to all the restaurants we wanted to try before we left. Look out for a foodie post soon!
Passing Central Park, there were girls in summer clothes taking pictures for their blogs. It was around 20 degrees fahrenheit, so imagine my surprise when I see a girlie in a spaghetti strap dress higher than two inches above the knee. It’s seeing things like this in passing. In the moment, I’m thinking “wow, you’re so dumb,” but it really is seeing things like this that make me actually realize how much I love New York, the culture in New York and the people of New York. These people are crazy and crazy passionate, too. They know what they love, and they’ll do anything to pursue it.
Meanwhile, I was bundled up in layers because I’m not that brave. I wore my canadian tuxedo – my jeans from Joie and an oversized denim jacket from Crystal’s closet (heh tGod for friends who let you steal their clothes). And as if I didn’t have enough blue on, I put on a chambray shirt underneath. Underneath that? A mock neck sweater and my trusty Uniqlo Heattech cami. Halfway through the day, we got to visit and shop at Opening Ceremony, where I got my cute ass beanie.
Well, sad to say it, but this concludes my What I Wore in New York series of posts for this trip. New York is a place I’ll never ever get tired of visiting, so you can expect additions to the series in the future!
Thanks for doing life with moi!