Flash back to last weekend at Governor’s Ball! I took the photo of me in front of the sign literally seconds before it started down pouring and everyone had to hide underneath tents!! I was kinda mad since I missed Miguel, who I really wanted to see perform. I could only hear him from a distance since we had to seek shelter :/
This day I wore my starry romper from Lioness paired with some cute natural-colored wedges from Indigo Rd. This heel is called The Kokko, you can find it HERE. I’ve never had a heel that was this damn comfortable! It didn’t even feel like I was walking on a heel haha. Perfect shoe for the summertime 🙂 I jazzed it up my look with my silver NA-KD body chain underneath. I wish I had brought a jacket (or umbrella for that matter) but I still managed to stay somewhat dry!
Here’s a little glimpse of Governor’s Ball Day 1 in NYC this past weekend. I wasn’t really sure what the
”normal fashion” of this particular music festival was, so I made sure to play it safe and feel it out before I dressed up in anything crazy haha. *Thank God I didn’t show up in Coachella gear*
But what I learned about the fashion is something I wasn’t expecting. Friday was WAY casual, and Saturday was way more dressed up, fun festival fashion (and Sunday Day 3 was cancelled). This might be because different crowds are coming each day because of the single day ticket system. Regardless, I was happy I kept it cute and casual in my Chiquelle lace up leotard, Levi denim shorts, and my Indigo Rd shoes. I have a thing for chunky heels and denim shorts, and it’s a look I’ll do over and over again this summer. I’m happy I got this taupe-grey color because it’s a neutral shade and it will go with so many outfits.
This shoe is called the Kiana heel and you can find it [here]. It also comes in denim blue and tan!
Day 1 featured the following artists: Elle King, Of Monsters and Men, Beck, The Strokes, Duke Dumont, Jamie XX, and Robyn
Proudly wearing my Canadian tuxedo around the streets of NY
Wearing: NA-KD burnt orange top [HERE] // Fidelity denim jacket [HERE] // Levi shorts from IMSO [HERE] // boots from Din Sko // bag from Strathberry
I’m back in LA and work is kicking up into high gear again as Montazami Brand is beginning its’ second round of production. Speaking of Montazami Brand, we just released our summer colors of the Moonlight Choker! It’s now available in tan, sky blue, graphite, rust, lavender, and black. They’re so cute! You can check them out [HERE]
I still have tons of photos from New York, so I’ll be mixing them in with current pictures throughout the week 🙂 Since it was just us two it was super easy to walk everywhere or zip around town on the metro. We didn’t use Uber or a taxi once except for getting to and from the airport! I was very impressed with ourselves haha. I wish we could walk around like that in LA, but sadly it’s just not the culture or the right city set-up.
Wearing: dress from Lulus // shoes from Indigo Rd // bag from Strathberry
So we’ve all heard the buzz on New York’s hip and trendy brunch spot, Jack’s Wife Freda. It’s practically all over Instagram and it has attracted the likes of many celebrities and bloggers who have ever visited NYC. Naturally it was one of my top 3 must-go-to restaurants for my visit there this past weekend. I just had to see what all of the hype was about! Well I’m here to say that it definitely did not disappoint. Located on charming Carmine St, this restaurant has dishes that are simple yet delicious, and worth the visit!
We had to wait about 45 minutes for brunch, which ended up working in our favor because we got to walk around and explore the area in the meantime. Austin ordered skirt steak with poached eggs and fingerling potatoes and I got the smoked salmon Eggs Benny on potato latkes with beet hollandaise sauce. Mine was deeeelish.
And just like that, Governor’s Ball Day 3 (the day with the best lineup) was cancelled due to severe weather. Such a bummer, considering the fact that we flew all the way out here for it, but it’s not all that bad when you get to spend more time strolling the streets of this magical city! For such a short amount of time here Austin and I feel like we covered a lot of ground. There’s so much to do and see here in NYC though so we will try to cover the rest when we come back here in July for Austin’s brother’s 21st birthday!
Oh and PS we seriously DODGED a disaster by ditching our Times Square hotel plans!!! Times Square is cool but I would only want to see it, not stay there. The hotel that we’re staying at has a great location and it was much more fitting for us. I want to do an NYC travel guide but I might wait until the end of July so I can have more recommendations and more experienced travel advice. Can’t wait to show you guys all of the photos from my trip!
This city is EVERYTHING!!! I fall more in love with it every second. Today we walked the streets of Midtown and found a street market, went to see the Museum of Modern Art, and stopped for some delicious pizza. Tonight’s the first night of the Governor’s Ball, so I have to rush and get ready for that now. I’ve been taking TONS of photos so I will share them with you guys very soon 🙂 But for now, this photo of Austin and I kissing in front of the LOVE sign will have to do!
I swear I couldn’t stop singing the Taylor Swift song “Welcome To New York” as we drove into the city this morning haha. Even though we’ve only been here for half a day, Austin and I are having so much fun exploring the city together. The weather today was absolutely gorgeous so of course we took advantage and strolled the busy street of Fifth Avenue and all around Central Park.
Right now I’m sitting in the lobby all dressed and ready for dinner but I wanted to update on the blog before I left! The pictures are taking 5 years to upload and I can just feel Austin’s patience slowly drifting away upstairs in the hotel room haha. Tonight we’re getting a drink up at the terrace of our hotel and then we’re gunna head to a place called Ocean Prime (I think that’s what it’s called?? Haha Austin picked it out, so I’m sure it will be great! I’m soooo in the mood for some oysters and champagne 🙂
I’m totally feeling this black and white print with the gold accents. This look is perfect for the warmer weather and it’s so easy to throw on. You guys know I’m a huge fan of watches, so you could imagine how excited I was when I received my first gold one! This one is from Nicole Vienna and it has a black marble face with gold links. I looked at Nicole Vienna’s whole collection and they’re all stunning. If you guys are looking for a graduation gift, I would definitely consider getting one of these!
I’m currently writing to you guys from LAX. Austin and I are officially on our way to the city that never sleeps….. yes, that’s New York City! We’re taking the red eye so we’re arriving on the East Coast around 9 am. If it wasn’t for Austin checking the tickets this morning we would have totally missed our flight! For some reason I was thinking our flight was on Thursday night…. but nope. This is a PSA for anyone who will be taking a redeye in the near future….. please check your plane ticket not once, not twice, but ten times to make sure you’re going to the airport on the right day! Redeye flights can be VERY confusing especially if you’re a busy bee thinking about a million things at once like me. Disaster avoided and lesson learned 🙂
wearing the Del Rey Tee (size Small) [HERE]
This gorgeous choker is the newest item on the Montazami Brand website!
The Moonlight Choker has cute little palm tree, half moon, and star charms with an adjustable silver slider. It’s made from faux suede so it’s soft on the skin and super comfortable.
It’s only $25 and the best part is that it has free shipping!
You will also get this choker as a gift from us if you place an order of $150 or more, shipping included 🙂
Get the choker [HERE]
Visit Montazami Brand [HERE]
I hope all of you had a great Memorial Day, remembering the lives of the fallen soldiers that fought for our freedom. Visiting the Arlington cemetery in Virginia last week really put things into perspective for me. You could see soldiers’ graves for miles and miles. It was so surreal. I have so much respect for our veterans and I’m so thankful for the things they do for this country!
As you can see we celebrated the holiday as most Americans do, with good food and good company. We took the boat out on Sunday and cruised the harbor until sunset. It was so nice! My mom made us a *state of the art* meat and cheese plate which was the perfect pairing with a glass of wine and being on the water! We tried Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s rosé wine called Miraval. We just loved it! Very easy to drink and light and refreshing.
How do you guys (my American readers) celebrate Memorial Day? Do you have any traditions?!