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Monday, November 3, 2014

Wander

This city is like no other. I could spend hours getting lost between skyscrapers, stroll through roads in Central Park and not mind where it takes me. I know that I'll manage to find something I haven't seen before, regardless of the many years that I have lived here. The charm of Central Park never gets old and I must admit, there are still parts of it I have yet to see. It's amazing to look at from above, this perfect block of foliage in the center of this island. From other boroughs, you see a wall of windows, towers, apartments, offices, then you enter Manhattan and right in the middle is one of my favorite places.


Marco and I spent the afternoon of our three and a half years wandering through the Upper East and West Side. I would say it was a good three to four hours before we had to take a break and grab a bite to eat. Ever since I got these boots, which I know must seem like the only pair I wear these days, I've been wanting to style them with a cute skirt and cozy sweater. Luckily, this day allowed me to do so with this outfit from Aritzia and Urban Outfitters. There's just something I love about wearing OTK boots with a skirt or a dress. That gap of skin shows the perfect amount for the Fall season, something I've been seeing everywhere lately. How are you styling your OTK boots this fall? Comment and let me know. Have a wonderful week, everyone!
Boots: Stuart Weitzman "Lowland" // Bag: Large CĂ©line Trio // Sweater: Urban Outfitters // Skirt: Aritzia

Photography by: Marco Panlilio







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  1. I can see why you love that Trio now, that red is perf <3333

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    1. Wait until you see the black one, she's a stunner. LOL <3

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    1. I got this sweater in a Small. It's quite slouchy/oversized. :)

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  3. I visited Central Park for the first time the other weekend and can see why you love it so much. I was only able to see a very small part of it and did not get to see as many orange trees as I wished but it was still beautiful. I wish there was one closer to me!

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    1. Central Park is beautiful all year round but during the Fall and Winter especially when snow has freshly fallen, it's breathtaking!

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