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Posted in Weekly Obsession on April 24, 2014
My newest obsession is with the Reebok Skyscape Runaround Shoe! I want a pair so bad. They look so comfortable and actually look pretty good for sneakers, not bulky like most others. With spring approaching and the idea of being outside more gets me excited I keep bringing my thoughts back to getting a pair.
Besides, Miranda Kerr seems to like them!
Posted in Uncategorized on April 17, 2014
Posted in Uncategorized on April 10, 2014
Whether you’re going for a weekend getaway, a few weeks or moving there for work, there are a few things to know to survive in NYC.
1) If you don’t know your way around, find out. Study a map, walk around for a few hours, or better yet download HopStop or Google Maps and learn your way around. Google Maps and HopStop are really good for learning the Subway and bus systems.
2) Don’t hate on yourself for eating deliciously, full flavored, bad for you food. At least not forever. You literally walk everywhere in NYC, in my opinion you only need a cab if you need to get somewhere very quickly or have a lot of items with you. That being said, you obviously need to feed yourself the right food to keep energized, but indulge if you want to.
3) Be a tourist…slightly. Visit the sites you really want to see; Chrysler Building, Empire State Building, the Wall Street bull, even Rockefeller Center. Try to avoid those areas during high traffic time: lunch, dinner, and early evening. Just don’t stand in the middle of the sidewalk and take pictures, you ruin the flow of walking traffic.
4) New Yorkers treat sidewalks very much like streets, you walk on one side of the sidewalk as you would drive on one side of the street. Oh, and on escalators make sure you stand on the right so that people can walk on the left side.
5) Carry cash. The majority of shops and eateries in NYC are cash only, so if you don’t want to miss out or look like you don’t know what you’re doing when you get to the front of the store and can’t buy your coffee.
6) Totally visit the Empire State Building at night, you’ll thank me later.
7) Have fun! Whatever makes you happy do it. Visit Central Park, get lost in museums, find a cafe to read books and drink coffee. There is so much to do in NYC that you can’t say you were bored.
Posted in News on March 28, 2014
This past weekend I had the opportunity to go to Charleston Fashion Week with the guy I intern with (check out his website, Angelspov.com) and it was awesome. It was obviously different then NYFW, it was on a smaller scale because it doesn’t need to be ginormous, I believe they produced over 40 shows over the week though.
The whole experience was well worth it! I had fun, learned a lot, met some great people, and got a glimpse into the cusp of the world most of us want to be in. There were obviously beautiful people, amazing fashion, and some amazingly kind people there too. If someone should get the chance to go next year I would highly suggest you take that opportunity.
Look at how happy I am haha.
Here are some more pictures!
Posted in Must-Haves and Trends on March 20, 2014
Spring break has come and gone and now we are in depression mode for another week, missing the places we went to and the people we saw. This weather here hasn’t been helping the transition either. I suggest you stay in a couple of nights, recuperate from whatever crazy things you do over break, and hang out and tell stories to friends who went somewhere else.
Posted in Uncategorized on March 13, 2014