city views

Jacket Coach (Black version here) | Sweater French Connection 
| Jeans J.Crew | Hat J.Crew | Shoes Nike via J.Crew | Glasses Warby Parker | Rings Topshop

One of my favorite things to do in New York (or any city for that matter) is finding balconies, rooftops, porches, etc to perch up and visit in. To me, there really is nothing better. You get to see the city from a completely different standpoint and environment, and - sometimes - after a long day's work or fighting for your life on the New York City subways during peak hours, it really reminds you why you love the city so much.  Looking up you see a beautiful scape of skyscrapers and older "historied" buildings, all with the most beautiful architectural feel. And looking down you get a view of the New Yorkers and city visitors buzzing around. With Manhattan being so small, you will usually find some sort of views of the rivers, too. It is truly a favorite weekend activity and above is a favorite weekend outfit.

Some of my favorite rooftops, for good measure:
Gallow Green, Chelsea
230 5th, NoMad
Loopy Doopy, Battery Park
The Press Lounge, Hell's Kitchen
Top of the Strand
The Ides, Williamsburg, Brookyln

On my list for this spring:
Lounge at Pod 39


meet marsala

Top; Zara (similar here) | Skirt Zara | Shoes J.Crew | Bag Vintage | Jewels David Yurman

Today I'm repping this year's Pantone Color of the Year: Marsala.

"A naturally robust and earthy red wine, Marsala enriches our bodies, minds and souls."