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around here - nyc

Just some snapshots from life around these parts over the last few weeks. Regarding that last caption: can you even believe that? Two weeks turns into two months. It’s funny looking at the clothes I packed in our suitcases, because when I had checked the weather forecast right before we flew to New York, the temps were in the low 70s, with evening temps in the 60s and high 50s. So I packed a lot of sweaters and layers and way too many pairs of jeans. Let’s just say the three t shirts and two skirts I brought have been through the laundry a lot in the last few weeks. I’m excited to move into our permanent place later this month for many reasons, but high on the list is to finally swap out the clothes I’ve been wearing on repeat!



{places}: Buvette | Agave | Saxon + Parole 

{style}: Aqua teal dress | Equipment top | Splendid maxi skirt
Bauble Bar necklace | Dagne Dover tote bags


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  1. Courtney wrote:

    Living abroad, I know what it’s like to live on two-weeks worth of clothes! Not an easy task, especially when the seasons are changing! The picture from Central Park is incredible.

    2 Jul 2013 · Reply
  2. Ailee wrote:

    I would quite like to have a picnic under that big tree! Looks lovely.

    2 Jul 2013 · Reply
  3. Meghan wrote:

    Love the catch up on whats happening in your life right now and all the pictures.

    2 Jul 2013 · Reply
  4. kelsey wrote:

    gorgeous images! love how you make this into a collage
    kw, Ladies in Navy

    2 Jul 2013 · Reply
  5. Amazing! Seems like you’ve settled in quite nicely considering the circumstances! PS – this photo layout is amazing.

    2 Jul 2013 · Reply
  6. Also – I’m sure you’re covered but let me know if you need anymore restaurant recs : )

    2 Jul 2013 · Reply
  7. nora wrote:

    Picnic in the park sounds so nice! I’ll add that to my summer to do list.

    2 Jul 2013 · Reply
  8. Great post, its nice to see how its going for you in NY. Hopefully you have settled there more now and maybe your nearer to that ‘3 month’ period ;) Hopefully you are enjoying it more anyway!

    2 Jul 2013 · Reply
  9. Great photos, New York is an awesome place.

    2 Jul 2013 · Reply
  10. Elizabeth wrote:

    So fun! I’m hoping to go up to NYC after I graduate, at least for a little bit. I’d love it if you would share you experiences adjusting to life in the city!

    Elizabeth of The Corner Apartment

    2 Jul 2013 · Reply
  11. Meg wrote:

    It is easy to get turned around on the subway. ;)

    2 Jul 2013 · Reply
  12. Abby wrote:

    Ah everything seems so fun and exciting! And who could resist an Equipment top?

    2 Jul 2013 · Reply
  13. I think it’s safe to say that you’re adjusting to the New York lifestyle!

    2 Jul 2013 · Reply
  14. Great photos! Yay for getting to move in! And you look seriously gorgeous in the shot where you’re holding the cocktail!

    2 Jul 2013 · Reply
  15. Toyosi wrote:

    I want to hopefully to go college in New York (NYU) and all your post about moving to the city make me even more excited!

    2 Jul 2013 · Reply
  16. I love your recap of living in NYC. It’s always been a dream of mine to attend NYU’s Food Studies Masters and this is making me more and more convinced! I hope you’re having a great time and settling in well.

    3 Jul 2013 · Reply
  17. Kelsey wrote:

    I live in the East Village! Hope you’re loving NY so far :) Let me know if you need any tips!

    x Kelsey

    3 Jul 2013 · Reply
  18. I am also moving to the east coast this August from So. California. I hope I can transition as smoothly as you did!

    5 Jul 2013 · Reply
  19. So exciting that you are in NY. So many fun things to do and see- keep yourself surrounded with good friends, they will help you through the ups and the downs =) Love your blog as always- keep up the great work!

    xx Sallie

    Bluebonnets for Sal

    9 Jul 2013 · Reply
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