I'm Bacccckkk!!

(Topshop Dress, Aldo shoes, F21 bracelet)

Again, I apologize profusely that I have not been blogging as much as I should be. But expect posts to be consistent from now on because I'm heading back home soon - and being in Michigan gives me plenty of time to blog. New York has been absolutely amazing and I'm sad to leave - but I know it'll always be here waiting for me to return.

I snagged this dress at the Topshop sale a few weeks ago. Topshop has been tempting me with its wonders ever since I arrived in the city. Walking into the 4-story store is so absolutely inviting to me - songs from my ipod are blasting as I try on a pair of studded shorts with a striped croptop, and sky high cage heels. Looking into the mirror - you just feel good. And that moment is what Topshop is all about to me.

I've also been looking for the perfect transition shoes from summer to fall - and I'm dreaming of these balenciaga beauties...

I love the draped sash, the cage, the thin heel - everything about this shoe screams perfection. If only, if only....

The High Line is <3.

(F21 shirt, Club Monaco vest, DIY shorts, Steve Madden Shoes, Urban Outfitters bag, Banana Republic Necklace)

The High Line is officially my favorite place in the city. Its so whimsical and delicate compared to the busy city below. And probably one of the best places to watch the sunset over the river.

Sorry my posts have been so few and far in between. Blogging takes a backseat now that I work/intern 7 days a week. I did score a few pieces at Topshop, and I'm in the market for a pair of awesome sandals, so hopefully I'll have more exciting things to show you next time. Editorial hunting has also taken a slump due to crazy work schedules. But now I'm off to see Bruno!

Turquoise in the Meatpacking

( Matthew Williamson for H&M Dress, Steve Madden Sandals, CC Skye bracelet)

In between all my interning and working I finally got time to enjoy and explore some of Manhattan. I desperately wanted to go to the high line - as everyone was talking about it, but sadly I found it to be closed! So my friend and I just ended up roaming around the meatpacking which was equally pleasant.

I finally got a chance to wear this Matthew Williamson after what felt like 4 months of non-stop rain. I love how light and girly it is. When I first got it - I wasn't sure if I liked the length and I thought it was a bit too long, but now I feel like the length gives the dress a sort of feminine charm. And I absolutely LOVEE my new CC Skye screw bracelet, I know the color is pretty intense, but its completely perfect for hot sunny days (which I don't think I'm going to see a lot of - but one can always hope!).

I hope you all have exciting plans for the 4th of July weekend - A few of my friends are in town and we're going to try to see Shakespeare in the Park! And of course, fireworks! Have a great weekend everyone!