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10:27:00 PM Andrea Ryan 1 Comments













Dress: Forever 21
Sandals: Urban Outfitters
Purse: Marc by Marc Jacobs
Necklace: Etsy

          On Memorial Day my extended family and I went to my Great-Grandmother's house for the day.  She lives by the beach so, naturally it was a good day.  I wore this casual swing/smock style dress, from Forever 21.  I love everything about it! For starters, it's black.  I don't have a lot of summer black.  Secondly, it has elephants.  Elephants are one of my favorite animals.  Thirdly, I love the style.  Since it's swing/smock style (whatever you want to call it), it's loose and comfy.  I can't get over how comfortable and cute this style of dress is.  It's also really refreshing because it's not the typical skater style dress.  I have also been using my new Marc by Marc Jacobs purse that I got in New York.  What I love most about it is the zipper compartment that folds over to cover the main pocket.  It's not leather or suede, so I don't have to worry about it getting wet.  Also, the sleek black one goes a lot more than other colors you can choose from.  I wanted a purse that I can use more casually with every outfit, rather than a purse that only matches a few.  

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NYC Photo Diary

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          It took me a while to sort through all of my pictures from New York City, but here are some of my favorites.  These capture many of my best memories of New York.  I am happy to say that I like this city much more than I expected to.  You always hear really great and really terrible things about New York, but I had an excellent time exploring the city with my boyfriend.  Having gone to New York on May 9th, just after the Met Ball, I was able to go to the Met and see the Charles James exhibit.  I have to admit I didn't know much about the designer to begin with.  I have a strong appreciation for his work though.  His pieces are so unique and beautiful.  I wasn't allowed to take pictures, otherwise I would have.  Since a lot of the dresses were designed in the 50's you would think that they look vintage, but they still look very modern.  It was surprising.  My favorite part of NYC is Central Park.  I think I mentioned that in an earlier post.  I'm always happy to hear people talk about their travels, so that't why I'm posting about mine.  If you have been anywhere lately I would be more that happy to see your pictures.


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