Wednesday, December 11, 2013


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One of my favorite things to do is walk around NYC. You can instantly move from one world into another in a matter of minutes. Culture, smells, color, variation, fashion, food, personality are just a few things you can find while walking the streets of New York

My first few days I stayed in SoHo, one of my favorite parts to people watch, shop and get a bite. My last few days I stayed in the West Village, a picturesque somewhat european-town-like part of the city I love. This old-fashioned, charming neighborhood with brownstones bunched beside tree-lined paved streets and confusing geography is perfect for drifting around. NY’s best pizza can be found at Joe's (pizza spot that appeared in movies like Spiderman!), delicious fun sized bagels can be found at Bantam Bagels. Some of the best shops are along Bleecker St. and Commerce St. - the most gorgeous block-long side street in NYC. If you head a few blocks west you can end up in a great spot called the Spotted Pig, a lively gastropub where you can revitalize your energy. For a nice brunch head to Blue Ribbon bakery, Tartine or Westville (of course)

Im wearing:

Gap Sweater
AEO pants
Anna XI boots
Zara Scarf