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Wednesday, May 18, 2011


My follower list is growing slowly but surely which is more motivation for me to try and post more frequently. This post is a two-for-one. This weekend I unsuccessfully drove around looking for the Red Hook Lobster Pound truck but ending up going to their home location to try out their lobster roll (you can find the truck thru their twitter feed). It was definitely worth the hunt! If you're ever in the Red Hook neighborhood and also a fan of the crustacean, check it out at 284 Van Brunt St. I assure you you're taste buds won't be disappointed! 

It seems lately I can't escape the blazers and I'm even finding myself throwing them on on Saturdays to run my errands.
Blazer: H&M  Tank top: Gap  Cargo Pants: Uniqlo  Shoes: Alaia  Scarf: J Crew  Bag: Louis Vuitton

Saturday, May 14, 2011

Corporate Ruffle

The corporate wardrobe can get a little stale so yesterday I spiced it up with a few details. The featured dress was purchased from Reiss a couple years ago, but with all the recent hype that Kate Middleton has brought to the brand I was inspired to pull it out. I paired it with a tweed blazer to add some sophistication since the collar was a bit too low for the office.

1st a little ruffle

Monday, May 9, 2011

Here Comes The Sun!

The weather in New York has been stunning lately! My allergies however have been under attack. I visited Battery Park with the senator after work on Friday, which left my eye in an itchy eye fit for several hours later. I haven't done an outfit post in a long time so had to convince him to take a couple shots of me...he literally only took a couple shots. Hoping to abandon the scarf this week as we jump into some summer like weather.

Pants: Zara  Pumps: Saks Fifth Ave  On him Loafers: Bass

Monday, May 2, 2011

Brunch and Puppets Sunday

Brunch is my most favourite meal. Ever. Five Napkins Burger has been on my 'to eat at' list for over a year now and I finally got to taste what the rave above the pork taquitos were recently. Brunch with my girlfriends at the Five Napkins in the Theatre district followed by the play 'Avenue Q' was how I spent a recent Sunday. If you're a play enthusiast or if you're looking for a good laugh I think it's a play you should definitely check out. Having puppets in the play was a unique touch and added to the comedy. It is a great coming of age story as well for those recently finishing college and are unable to identify with what comes next. There is no script on how to navigate this thing called life, but the journey---as I am learning---will only help to shape you into the person you want to become.