Let’s do a little something different for today’s street style fashion post.
Brooklyn is literally just across the river from Manhattan, but it’s a place I hardly ever go. To mix things up over the weekend I made a trip to an art festival over in the DUMBO neighborhood of Brooklyn. This post will feature shots from that visit, as well as street style shots snapped once I made my way back to Manhattan.
Enjoy the shots!
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We went in this great store that had a mix of new clothing, and vintage furniture. I’ve never purchased a vintage sofa, but if I had an extra $3,000 sitting around, I’d have heavily considered scooping this one up.
I generally dislike skorts. But then again, I’m a guy and appreciate them about as much as I do a good old tennis skirt. Anyway, given my dislike for skorts, this is a pretty darn good one. The slits up the front and back are a nice touch. Update: A reader sent a note saying they think she’s on the Bravo TV show Fashion Hunter.
A quick stop for a promo shot for The Home T (New York). The grey version arrived last Friday and it looks great! If you don’t call New York home, you can complete this short form to be notified when your state is available.
But hey, look in the background and you’ll see the Brooklyn Bridge. And here’s some building education for you. The tallest building towards the right of the photo (crane at top) is the World Trade Center. The spiral looking building next to it is an apartment building where one bedrooms start at $5,600 (per month). Not a typo. Lastly, the building all the way to the right of the photo with the green top is the old Woolworth Building. That concludes this edition of Manhattan Buildings 101.
Sporting the fall trend of shorts and tights. I didn’t realize it when first taking the shot, but I also snapped her wearing floral pants last week. As it turns out, she’s an incredibly nice model from Sydney, Australia, now living in NYC.
I totally missed this shot, but she saw me making the effort as she came flying by and let out a smile. And you know, more people should smile these days. In fact, here’s a simple challenge for you: smile at a stranger today. Give it a try.