New York City!

I headed into the city with my mother by train.  I didn’t have much intention of finding anything, for reasons of price, fit, and general style.  But I was proven completely wrong.

J. Crew’s cropped skinny cords.  Saw them in the catalogue, thought that since they were cropped they might work well on my short legs.  They do fit, slouch a little, which lends a very casually misfitting air (which I usually don’t like but which sometimes works) to them.  I got navy because I figured it could pass with many colors just like black but still look incredibly royal and velvet-y.

Two tops from Anthropologie..

The ultimate win of the trip: two dresses from Topshop for $35 TOTAL.
$10, for disco:

$25. I never thought I would ever look good in this style, and I am sure for many it is still questionable, but it is SUCH a fun dress to wear with that puffy skirt!

And a dress from the Junior’s section of Macy’s (who would have thunk that I would ever fit into anything from a junior section anywhere?)

I am still looking for shoes for this one. Would another zipper detail on the shoes be WAY too redundant? I was thinking some sort of a high pewter sandal.

For non-clothing photos of the weekend, click this!


2 Responses to “New York City!”

  1. 1 Jennifer Nolan
    December 8, 2009 at 6:18 am

    this is the CUTEST blog i have ever seen. I love everything you wear- OMG THE EARCUFF IS AUH-DORABLE…I DIE. PUHLEASE UPDATE MORE OFTEN BECAUSE I LOVE THIS SO MUCH AND HAVE BEEN TELLING EVERYONE ABOUT IT. I work in fashion, and personally, I think you have a real future here in the industry and should just keep doing EVERYTHING you’re doing and more. you WILL be discovered.
    Love love love

  2. 2 Dana
    April 11, 2010 at 7:03 am

    I miss you. So much. I absolutely love everything on here, and it’s just so YOU. Reading about your post-CTY post made my heart ache a little. You belong ❤
    I love you.

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