Thursday, 29 April 2010

New York: Day 5.

What I wore:
Hat - Urban Outfitters
Denim Cropped Shirt - H&M
Denim Waistcoat - Vintage Levi
Denim Bag - Primark
Jodhpurs - Gap
Clogs - Mango

Sadly, this was our last day and our flight was later that day. But was this going to stop us enjoying  our last day in Manhattan? No! We went down to Wall Street and, I have to say, I was very impressed by what I saw. We walked through the cobbled streets, passing the New York Stock Exchange and such like, to the tip of Manhattan: Battery Park. Here we stopped for a few moments to take photos...

Then, I spied the Statue of Liberty. No, not the one that you can see just peaking out the brim of my hat, but in man form. Here is the picture we took (For $10 might I add) with the man himself...



Oh dear, the embarrassment.

We then had lunch at The Stone Tavern, which was delicious, in preparation for our flight home....

UO x

16 comments:

Roz said...

This outfit seems very Chloe-esque to me. And great jodhpurs.. I've seen quite a few people in jodhpurs recently, maybe a trend for next season? ;)
All your New York outfits have been great, and I like the little quirky touches.

Thanks for the interesting comment. As far as the Wilde quote went, I think it was meant to be slightly satirical - but your point was very valid.

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Ellen said...
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Ellen said...

Firstly, I am really quite jealous of a) your wardrobe and b) your jet-setting lifestyle! I haven't been to New York in ages and absolutely adore it.
I hope you found some little American treasures in Greenwich village and suchlike.
I am currently ridiculously obsessed with all things American (http://theravenandthecellardoor.blogspot.com/2010/04/where-deer-and-antelope-play.html) !

Secondly, I am also absolutely in love with your clogs. Might I be a little backwards in social ettiquette and inquire as top how much they cost? As Topshop and KG are currently doing similar ones and I'm doing a value-for-money scan.

X

vickileestyle said...

omg you should talk with ms krishna about your holiday if you have her as a teacher cos she went to ny too and spent literally half a lesson talking about all these places which reminded me of you!

Skye said...

You know, I would love to visit Europe. Sure NY sound cool, but still, Europe has germany and england, and checkloslovakia, and italy! My friend visited europe on a school trip last year. she said it was amazing.

bekster said...

I love your trousers!

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Paige X said...

You're dressed absolutely impeccably! Urgh, it's my dream to go to New York so I'm holding back my jealousy.

I hope it's not rude but I must ask, I adore the coat your friend has been wearing in the last two posts, have you any idea where it's from?

heyhayley6 said...

you dress so mature for your age (which is a great thing)! you style is impeccable!! so classy and chic! those pants are especially amazing. I am now following your blog :)

Hayley
http://wingedhope.blogspot.com/

ParisiannSkies said...

you look amazing,
the denim waistcoat on denim shirt idea is genius.

jess x

Anna Katrina said...

love your pants and your hat. you look so cute in the big apple..hope you had fun!

Anna Katrina
http://passportglamour.blogspot.com/

frances said...

super perfect x

RedRose said...

You look gorgeous as always! Am loving New York posts, I wish you had taken me with you!

lady stardust said...

gosh NY would be fantastic to visit!
the photos are adorable!

lady stardust x

Elizabeth said...

sounds like fun! i love your style! :-)

<3elizabeth

Jay said...

Your outfit is completely fantastic! You have fabulous style, especially considering how young you are. And you, like myself, are probably surrounded by a sea of UGG boots and Victoria's Secret Pink sweatpants.

Elena said...

Looks like you had so much fun!