Down on Irving

First week of spring semester and we are greeted by a snowstorm. Luckily, I got to get a few outfit shots in before the storm hit!

Down on Irving 1With such cold winters in New York, I always opt for layers. I practically never leave the apartment with fewer than three layers on now: sweater + vest + coat. This three layer combo is essentially my survival guide for the unbearably cold weather the next four months.

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Burgundy 1Happy Friday, loves! Weekend is almost here! Although this week was my official last week of winter break, I feel like I haven’t gotten any rest at all D: I know I’m definitely not ready for spring semester to start…

But anyway, in the meantime, here’s a look from when I was running errands earlier in the week. I’ve been obsessing over burgundy as of late, especially combined with textured grays and blacks. I was hesitant when I first saw these over-the-knee boots…the color was gorgeous but I had doubts on how to style them and if I would get enough wear out of them. But I took a chance and it paid off! I’m completely in LOVE with them!

Burgundy 4These burgundy boots hit about mid-thigh for me. Pretty high for over-the-knee boots, but I think that the length pairs perfectly with skirts and dresses. The boots draw attention immediately and its great to style them with a textured lace skirt or patterned dress.

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Happy Wednesday, loves! Can’t believe it’s mid-week already! Only half a week of winter break left for me :( But hey, that’s okay–I’ve definitely spent my time wisely. For the long weekend, I finally got the chance to visit the historic town of Boston!

Day 1: Cambridge Area

DSC_0010I ended up staying at the Hyatt in Cambridge, right next to the Charles River–absolutely breathtaking views of the city skyline.

DSC_0016Walking around town, I couldn’t help but visit some of the university campuses. I never did college visits as a senior in high school, so I guess I’m about 3 years too late, haha. It was interesting to visit MIT and Harvard…but I still don’t think I would trade my experience at NYU for anything in the world.

DSC_0024Wound up at Legal Seafood for dinner the first night! Apparently, it’s a must-have if any of you are ever in the Boston area. I ended up with the seafood casserole (mm baked cheesy goodness) and my boyfriend opted for their shrimp pasta dish. Have never felt so stuffed and content after a meal…

10942870_10155150956645541_1726177103_nBut of course…always room for dessert! I’m really upset to learn that Finale Desserts is a local restaurant in Boston. It is the most adorable little dessert restaurant, perfect for cute dates! So many different cakes to try…so little time!


Day 2: Downtown Boston

It ended up being a bit gloomy/rainy on our second day in Boston, but thank GOD it was warmer! I actually think I prefer the gloomy weather if it means I don’t turn into a human ice popsicle when I step outside >.<DSC_0037We crossed the Charles River and ended up exploring a bit of BU. It was interesting walking around BU because I think it’s set up in a very similar way to NYU–right in the heart of the city, with buildings integrated right into Boston. There isn’t a true campus either, but that’s never really bothered me at NYU–the city becomes your campus instead.


Beantown 1Exploring BU in the gloomy weather means bundling up and wearing comfy shoes! I opted for my favorite wool coat, bundled up in my warmest cashmere scarf and grabbed my go-to black distressed skinny jeans. As for shoes, I went with a pair of tasseled tartan print loafers–comfy and fun!

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