Weekend in New York Pt. 1

We’re staying with Harvey and Joan for the weekend.  Today, while Mom and Joan were out at paint stores and decorating stores, I was dropped at The Westchester mall for 5 hours (not such a bad thing except that I can’t really afford anything there..fun to window shop though).  I did end up getting two foaming soaps from Bath and Body Works, two tops from The Limited and a belt that I will use in my hair from J. Crew.  The tops were both marked way down to $14.99 and then there was an extr 33% off the entire purchase, so I got these two great tops for about 21 dollars all together.

The lace one has this fantastic little pleating going on on the sleeve..

and in the purple..its sort of off the shoulderish..


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