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These photos are shot in front of St. John the Divine in Harlem. Fun fact: It is the fourth largest Christian church in the world.
Shoes: J. Crew Factory (sold out but love these!) | Pants: H&M | Gingham Shirt: J. Crew Factory (so on sale!) | Lace Shirt: J. Crew Factory | Beads: H&M
Here I am standing in front of the lovely Magic Johnson movie theater — which is a mediocre movie theater right in the heart of Harlem. Yay! Also, I got these pants from H&M for a steal. I love the fun fall pattern and they are super comfortable. I highly recommend buying a pair. Plus, the price can’t be beat!
I was having a bit of a “bad face/hair day” when these photos were taken. For some reason, the weather was crazy humid and it made my skin so darn greasy, and my hair even more frizzy. So I have a bit of a sad face in some of these photos because I was feeling sorry for myself.
Also, it may look like I am standing in the middle of a busy intersection, risking my life for the perfect photo — but I am not! I am actually standing on a crosswalk in front a closed road that leads into Central Park. So fancy.
Shoes: J.Crew Factory| Jeggings: J. Brand | Shirt: J. Crew | Blazer: J. Crew | Necklace: J. Crew
You guys a few wonderful things have happened lately in life. #1) The weather has taken a turn for the better. #2) I don’t have to wear tights every day anymore. #3) I can wear bright prints on the regular. #4) It is now acceptable for me to drink sangria daily. I won’t, of course, but I can if I so choose.
Shoes: J. Crew Factory | Skirt: J. Crew Factory | Shirt: J. Crew
A few of you asked for me to “stand up” so that you could see my whole look when I introduced you all to Falstaff. Well you are in luck! There were a few full body photos. The entire look is below.
I took these photos across the street from the Natural History Museum. I had this novel idea that I would take my picture (wearing my puffin sweater) with the famed dinosaur skeleton in the lobby.
Puffin+Dino= Instant Animal Theme!!
Well, my animal theme plans were soon foiled. I did a quick location scout and realized that every Upper West Sider in the city was also in the lobby of the Natural History Museum just milling around and generally being in the way of my plans for an epic animal theme (let me just say “animal theme” again to really drive my point home — animal theme). So, I am really sorry, dinosaur. No photos for you. The sidewalk wins again.