New York Disposable Diary

Thursday, November 2, 2017

I think most people can agree that New York City is one of the greatest cities on earth. The fashion, the fast-pace and city lights draw people in everyday from all over the world. In September we made another stop in the Big Apple and I recorded it all through a disposable camera. I finally got my photos and I am so excited to share our adventures with all of you!


Upon arrival, we made our routine pilgrimage to Soho and Canal Street. Tourists hunt down faux designer bags along Canal, but we head to our fave beauty stop----Glossier.
If you keep up with the Pink Ladies, I'm sure you've realized that we are Glossier's number one fans. The products are really amazing and I highly recommend giving them a try. And if you ever end up in one of the lucky cities that has a Glossier showroom, you MUST check it out. Not only do they design amazing products, but also a beautiful shop. Def a must-see.
After our Glossier haul, we walked down the busy city streets and headed to the shopping area of Soho. There is seriously every store along those streets. Anything you can ever want or need can be found in Soho.
We made stops at Brandy Melville, Topshop, Zara and Mango. So basically it's a very dangerous place if you are trying to save money.
We also couldn't avoid going to our favorite book store McNally Jackson's. It's the cutest bookstore filled with every book you could ever imagine and stocked with our favorite magazines.

We were nearly drooling as we entered our favorite restaurant, La Bodega Negra in the Meat-Packing District. It serves the most amazing Mexican food---and their drinks are good as well. And don't even get me started on their dessert.
After filling our tummies, we headed to Club PH-D. It's located in the same hotel that Bodega is in so we didn't even have to walk far. It's a rooftop club, with a view of the New York City skyline. If you like the club-scene, you'll have a great time.

 In the morning of our second day, we wondered the city and stopped in a few shops along the way. We made our way over to the Natural History Museum and spent quite some time there. It was a really fun and unique stop and the surrounding area was so beautiful.

And for that night, we got dolled-up and headed to Radio City to see Harry Styles. Literally one of the best shows  I have ever seen. Yes, I am a bit biased since I am Harry's biggest fan, but that boy seriously knows how to put on a show. There's so much to love about Mr. Styles---his energy, his style and of course that heavenly voice. If you didn't get to see him this time around, try to snag tickets for next year's tour!

One of our favorite things to do while in New York is to have breakfast in Central Park. I love walking around there. It's my absolute favorite part of the city. On our way over, we made a pit stop at Bergdorf Goodman to check out the Charlotte Tilbury counter---never a disappointment. We spent the rest of the day gazing at the art at the Guggenheim.

This was the last day of our trip, and it was an understatement to say we were sad. None the less, we made the most our remaining time and headed over to Fifth Avenue to do some final shopping. We went to & other stories and had way to much fun in there! 

And then we said "au revoir" to New York.
We can't wait to be back again!

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