If you have a chance to go to The Metropolitan Museum by February 1st, I highly recommend visiting the Death Becomes Her, A Century of Mourning Attire exhibit at the Costume Institute. I went with my brother a few weeks back and had a great time. Although it was a dark exhibit it was really interesting and the gowns were beautiful.
Here are some of our instagrams from the exhibit:
I also attended my first art installation: tears become… streams become at the Park Avenue Armory. That exhibit has finished, but there’s a cool video on the website. Again, it was a bit dark, but I guess our theme for the trip was dark art, but beautiful art.
Then we decided to take some photos in Egypt…
Shirt: Vintage Giorgio Armani // Jeans: Levi’s // Ring: Kate Spade // Handbag: Coach (similar) // Shoes: Report (similar)
Spotted. I found the perfect winter dress. Although it has short sleeves, it’s a thicker material. I wore it with this awesome Theory bomber jacket that I found at Crossroads Trading for $45. That place is seriously amazing. Don’t worry I have a couple more pieces from there that were practically given to me coming up. This is definitely my go-to outfit for this season.
On another note, this is one of my last posts with my long hair (eek!) I’m loving my new shorter hair though. Plus, I feel so different, in a good way. Change is good and it’s just hair at the end of the day – it will grow back. I hope you’ll like it too when I post (soon as well).
Have a great week everybody!
Photography: Limani Designs
Dress: Keepsake via Piperlime // Eyewear: c/o SunglassWarehouse (similar) // Bomber Jacket: Theory via Crossroads Trading // Timepiece: Timex (similar) // Bangles: Hermes and Sweet & Spark (similar) // Booties: Report via Piperlime (similar) // Tights: Hue // Ring: Kate Spade // Earrings: Kate Spade // Handbag: Michael Kors