High Line & Chelsea Market: March 24th, 2012

Event: High Line Park/Chelsea Market

Outfit: Pieced column dress: Anthropologie; Sandals: Franco Sarto via DSW; Necklace: handed down from Aunt (borrowed); Bag: Simply Vera/KOHLS (gift)

After a stop for NY bagels & iced coffees (oh my goodness, the myriad of cream cheeses and butters!), we headed up to the High Line, an amazing park all above street-level. What a perfect place to eat breakfast, people watch, and take in stunning views of the city. HIGHLY recommend it.  So many runners out and adorable families with young kids. As a suburb kid I’ve always had mixed feelings on this, but more and more I can really see raising (young) kids in a city someday (made me think of lovely Chicagoan & mama-to-be Tabitha! So exciting!).

Next we wandered the streets of Chelsea (stopped in Yigal Azrouel, where Anna’s now interning…so many beautiful pieces!) and stopped at the Chelsea Market. Hit up Anthropologie,  a colorful bookstore, and plenty of vendors. Anna found a crazy/awesome sequined top (P.S. Check out Anna ROCKING sequined shorts! Philip Lim, thrifted, $40. Stylin’). We also got to see an amazing exhibit on the CFDA at Anna’s school (gratis!). Had awesome iPad-based displays and SO many amazing designer gowns spanning many decades. Beautiful.

Next up: Brooklyn!



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~ by Elena Marie on March 30, 2012.

5 Responses to “High Line & Chelsea Market: March 24th, 2012”

  1. Ok. Officially jealous of your sister’s life. Oh. To be ” young” again… 🙂
    Can you share what she is going to school for?
    I’m loving your NY posts.

    • Thanks!

      Oh, me too! She is an apparel design/French double major at UW-Madison—-but for apparel design’s final year they can go to FIT in NYC (and get an Associate’s from there along with Bachelor’s from UW-Madison). She graduates in May and then will be in Milwaukee w/KOHL’S!

  2. yaaayyyyyyy

  3. How fun!! I love that dress on you!

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