Happy Saturday! How are you spending yours? I currently just got home from work. Sex and the City and my bed are calling my name. But there is SO MUCH to talk about.
I'm so exhausted from a long and productive Friday (yesterday). I finally started my summer bucket list, yay! My list consists of being a tourist in my own city. I, like most New Yorkers get so busy with my daily routine that I don't enjoy the true beauty of my own city. Tbh, I don't like/enjoy NYC all that much (please don't kill me, everyone does when I say this but I have my reasons) but hopefully tackling my list will change my thoughts on this place I call home.
I walked the Brooklyn Bridge and visited the Empire State Building. Of course, walking the bridge is FREE so go do that if you haven't done so already. The weather was gorgeous so it made walking not bad at all. Visiting the 86th and 102nd floor of the Empire State Building is $52 per person and worth it. The view is out of this world. Definitely something to do with your significant other or your friends. Just an idea.
Bucket list: two down, so much more to go. Hopefully I can accomplish my list by the end of the summer to give you all the details here but for now keep up with me on instagram.
Can you really ever go wrong with all-white in the summer? I really do always feel pretty godly in an all-white 'fit. I'm also pretty obsessed with this bag. Just the other day, I was complaining about not having a classic and versatile brown bag in my wardrobe and in comes my grandfather with this beauty *insert gates of heaven opening sound*.
Here's a tip ladies: while a lace bra might be too revealing for an occasion, it can also be the smallest yet loudest statement. Throw a vest, blazer, or button down shirt over to keep it classy and sophistacted. A feminine-meets-masculine look never gets old and there's something badass about showing your undergarments. So don't be afraid to dig in that sexy lingerie drawer *wink*.
"Be bold enough to use your voice, brave enough to listen to your heart, and strong enough to live the life you've always imagined"