Too Bad Your Chances are Slim
Elephant Puzzle Box Tee c/o Blondes Make Better T-Shirts
Thrifted Denim Skirt (similar)
ShoeMint Sandals (similar)
I think I've officially mastered the art of taking outfit photos in extremely crowded locations. Living in New York City, it's pretty difficult to find an area completely void of humankind, so I've adjusted to the strange looks from people passing by. My advice for overcoming public locations? Don't give a shit. There's no shame in your game and you'll probably never see the majority of those people again. Strut your stuff and do your thing. Spin in a circle, laugh hysterically about nothing, and look absolutely insane because you have nothing to be embarrassed about. You are awesome.
It also helps to have amazing friends that make you laugh while taking your pictures (Thanks, Haley)!
This past weekend was the DayLife festival in the Lower East Side and I met up with a few co-workers to gorge in all the deliciousness. I couldn't resist trying out some shrimp teriyaki balls which might have been some of the most amazing food I've ever tasted. They're made by Mimi and Coco, a Japanese street cart that is finally opening up their first restaurant in a few weeks - so pumped to visit it once it opens up! And to beat the unbearable heat (seriously, the roads were melting), I treated myself to a Pink Lime popsicle from La Newyorkina. You can never go wrong with their popsicles, especially since they always have the best flavors (i.e. Avacado, Hibiscus).
There were so many other vendors that had my stomach grumbling but I had head back uptown to meet up with an old friend. Some days I just want to sit around for hours and eat. Everything. Who's with me?