Brooklyn Babe

I’ll be the first to admit that I hate looking like a tourist even when I am one. I love to pretend I am a local and just make it up as I go along. You will never see me pull out a map, and I try to never look confused or lost. Don’t ask me why I do this - I have no idea either! It is a weird habit I picked up, but I stand by it to this day.

I did, however, let myself become a tourist in New York. Walking across the Brooklyn Bridge is a magical experience. While it is very touristy, it is an attraction you cannot miss.

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I would highly recommend wearing comfortable shoes, because while it is not a difficult walk, it can seem pretty long if your feet are hurting. I know it is tempting to wear something super stylish and cute since we all know a million photos will be taken, but wear something that you can move around in. I decided to wear a pair of acid wash jeans and a soft short sleeve tee. I paired this look with my velvet booties to give it a bit of flair.

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Be sure to check out my most recent post below as well as my holiday gift guides! xx

Party Pants

I found these pants in New York this past summer and was a little skeptical at first, but as soon as I put them on I was sold.

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They feel like pajamas but they look like you put in a lot of effort. With this off the shoulder red number, I was the comfiest I have been in my entire life. They didn't have my exact size in the pants so I got them a little bigger than usual. I kind of like how they look oversized though, so I am not too upset about it.

I think i'll try and add more party pants to my wardrobe because I am hooked! 

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I can't seem to find links for my pants and top, but i'll link some similar ones down below. As always, thanks for stopping by and see you soon! xo

Party Pants

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