No dress code, no problem… I found great fun deciding what to wear each day to work. With few limitations, I got to be creative and get inspiration from the people with which I worked.
There was no shortage of art and culture in the city. The Met, The MOMA, and The Whitney are all worth a visit.
| sneakers |
These shoes were a lifesaver for Margaret and me. I don’t think we could’ve walked the miles we did in our sandals and loafers. We hated ourselves for following the Adidas trend for the first couple of days, but then we got over it.
Well, you know me and murals. Had to find at least one while I was in town.
I’d rather spend less on a pair of trendy denim than splurging, and instead, I invest in the classics.
Side note, I’m obsessed with the cobblestone streets.
One World Trade Center.
A day at The Whitney…
A flowy dress for a hot afternoon in Central Park.
I found this dress at Luxury Garage Sale new with tags. Definitely a steal.
I love a two piece set that you can wear together and separate for many different looks.
These trousers have been perfect for all seasons.
The denim mini is back!!! I found this at a Rag and Bone sample sale in the city. Check out racked.com for all the sample sales going on in New York.
The Brooklyn Bridge is definitely a must on your NYC bucket list.
Lunch in Washington Square Park.
Sorry Gigi, stalking your apartment.
A peek at Tibi Resort 2017.