I was pretty much hoping for it to be somewhat cool in NYC but it was HOT! So I tried to make some of my summer outfits more transitional in the city!
I ended up only packing a carry on thinking I was only staying for a few days, but ended up staying longer. So, you can see how I “recycled” the pieces and created more looks with what I had, which was a struggle but ended up working out (judge for yourselves)!
Many of the things I wore are previous seasons, but I made sure to link items very, very similar to the pieces I was wearing. Enjoy!
I quickly fell in love with these faux fur embellished slippers by Miu Miu, but when it comes to such trendy styles I hesitate on splurging. These styles tend to be very passive but that doesn’t always stop the obsession. Luckily, I was online shopping and came across many, many similar alternatives that won’t break the bank. I figured I would share for those of you who are just as obsessed with the trend as I am. So in addition to the real deal, I’ve linked some more affordable “dupes” for you to shop.
School has kicked my butt so I was been really busy kicking back! If you don’t follow me on Instagram, you should (PLEASE lol). If you do follow me on Instagram, you’ve gotten a preview of my life the past few months.
It’s my favorite time of the year: the Miami Open! I’m an avid tennis fan and when style and tennis meet, you can count me there! #FUNFACT I was a ball girl for five years and have basically lived in Key Biscayne these two weeks every year ever since. If you’re in Miami, you should try to make it out to the event or watch it on TV. It’s a great time (not being biased)! Even if you get ground passes, some of the best games are off stadium and you can catch some of your favorites like Nadal and Federer practicing or enjoy a nice glass of champagne in the Moet Lounge.
Here are some essentials I always recommend taking!
Time is FLYING and this weekend went by even quicker! New York City is so so different from Miami (but in the best way).
Since it was a quick trip we did as much as we could so here’s a quick preview of what I wore, where I stayed and what I ate!
Check out my previous NYC Travel Guides (Summer & Fall) and all my other travels here.