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New York Minute

I do apologize for all of my blogger and real life friends again for not writing and meeting them when we had our time in NYC. Point is - we did spend there just couple of hours and it was our wedding anniversary. Shortly speaking it was either trying to meet everyone or no one. Having a huge need of romance we've spent all our time wondering around the city, smiling holding hands and enjoying the view. The point is NY is very different from what we usually see - that inspired more and more and more.
Who could possibly skip the star-stripes theme for the outfit during their first time in US? - Definitely not me. I wanted to keep the look simple and light



Need to come back and see more of the country. Relaxing and energy bringing... and I need to visit some museums too.

I was wearing:
Dolls Kill top
Topshop pants
Cute to the Core sneakers
random accessory incl. c/o Tanchoo bracelet

 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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Comments

  1. Wow you went to New York! I keep hearing from everyone that it's amazing there! Really like your photos, so cool!

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  2. Awh I hope you enjoyed! Love your t-shirt it's so funky!

    www.pookybanana.com

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  3. OMG! You were in New York! I always think of you as so far away, someone I'll never be able to meet. But you were in my hometown! Next time I'm going to see you whether you want me to or not!

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    1. Next time I'll have more time and you have no chance to avoid me!

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  4. A trip to NYC, it's a dream come true. I've never been and it's on my to-do list. You look beautiful and I'm glad you and your husband days of romance wandering the streets and parks for your anniversary. Happy anniversary. I like your hair colour too.

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  5. Hello there! We just discovered your blog and follow you now. May you also like our space: D

    A big hug from all three!
    www.melodiasporescrito.com

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  6. Nice outfit.
    Kiss from Spain

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  7. Looks like you had a lot of fun! I used to live on the Upper West Side by the Museum of Natural History! I hope you had a chance to see all parts of NYC, not just the touristy sights!
    Zhenya
    http://beingzhenya.com

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  8. I love New York, miss it so much! And I love your top too ;)

    www.sbirilla.blogspot.it

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  9. Wonderful Lyosha! I'm glad taht you enjoyed NYC. It has been some time since my last trip there. I love your printed Tee.
    /Madison
    http://fashiontalesblog.com

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  10. I love your new hair sooooooooooooo much
    So glad you could join
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