I went a little 60s/70s again yesterday with an off the shoulder top, some wide leg pants, and the braided twirled hair to match. After class, I headed downtown to meet up with Ashley (of History in High Heels) who just got into the city! We got our hair done at the NYFW Tresemme Hair Studio -- her look was more classic prep whereas I strayed into the boho range; or as she described it, a Blair and Serena moment. After getting our hair done and after running into Suzy Menkes, the editor of British Vogue (who I met briefly in Florence last year around the same time I met Ashley, ironically enough), and snapping a quick pic, we heading off into SoHo. Wandering around the frigidly cold streets was vastly less miserable because of the beautiful clear blue sky overhead, but we still ducked in and out of stores to avoid the inevitable numbness that would seep into our fingers. We stopped for lunch at Balthazar -- one of my all time favorite New York eateries, not the least of which because I could eat French food happily for the rest of my days. After splitting some appetizers and glasses of rosé we walked some more through SoHo, then up and over onto Bleecker, where we stopped first for some macarons at Sugar & Plumm, then for the infamous banana pudding at Magnolia. We parted ways having already eaten through three of my all time favorite NYC restaurants, but I'd say we more than walked it off. And banana pudding is a serving of fruit, right? It counts?
Also, if you like my adorable and classy watch from Daniel Wellington, I've teamed up with them to get you 15% off! Use the code EMINENT when you check out!
(I wore an off-shoulder white top from Express, wide leg caramel-colored Finders Keepers pants, gold Schettino loafers from Italy, a long layered pearl necklace from Ann Taylor, Orelia jewelry earrings and rings, a Daniel Wellington brown croc leather watch, and a pink fringe bracelet from Club Monaco.)