...I finally came home for Thanksgiving break. It was so lovely to be back in the city. I missed everything about it. Here I leave the very few pictures I took while out with Jessica in the city. We ate at Grey Dog, which was delicious, and wandered the Union Sq. Holiday Market where were drank some of the best hot chocolate in the world.
Monday, December 2, 2013
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Monday, October 7, 2013
On Saturday Jesse, Sarah, and I drove to Ithaca for their annual Apples Harvest Festival. I had only been to Ithaca before for apple picking so I was really eager to walk around the town, since I had been told that there was a lot to do there. At the festival there was an abundance of food vendors, street vendors, and people. There were less apple products than I had anticipated, but it was still very fall appropriate. We ate lunch at Viva!, a mexican restaurant. On our way back we stopped at a corn maze but didn't get to go through since it was about to close. We still managed to take silly photos and indulge in some delicious cider and cider/pumpkin doughnuts. We also stopped in Owego but everything in the town closes at 3 pm on a Saturday night! I get so touristy in these small towns. They have so much character and so quaint and rare to me since I come from the big city.
This place just felt like the epitome of the 60s.
Wednesday, September 18, 2013
I keep a private tumblr titled "inspiration," where I reblog a bunch of outfits that I really feel inspired by. A lot of those outfits have collared shirts peeking out from sweaters and a nice pair of jeans. Since it is now appropriate fall weather (and not fluctuating between 90 and 50 degrees), I decided to give it a try. I love this look because it just seems so smart. I know it must be odd calling a look smart, but it just seems very intelligent-looking to me. I would also like to thank my rommie Aviva for taking these photos on her Cannon T3i. I reaaaaally want a dslr.
Crop Top (Under): Topshop
Sweater: Brandy Melville
Ring: LF Stores
Wednesday, September 11, 2013
The fall semester has started and although it doesn't feel like autumn at all (I'm currently melting), I still feel that summer has gone. Which is why I am still reliving it with this post. I attended yet another free concert at summerstage only two days after I went to see Lila Downs. My mom once again wanted to see mexican singer Julieta Venegas. At first, opener Alex Anwandter (my favorite new artist) only was able to get through one song before summerstage producers came on stage to tell everyone that the concert would be cancelled due to NYPD's fear of a storm that was headed our way. Fortunately, at 4:30 pm the concert was back on. The funniest thing was, it never even stormed that day. It was just a bit of drizzle. Anyway, Alex Anwandter was awesome and I plan to see him if he comes back to the states again.
Carla Morrison also opened.