Lilliputian cupcakes - I need like 100 in order for this to be 'normal'
Like Aran said, it's raining here in Manhattan. And I think the temperature dropped a good 20 degrees fahrenheit. & I'm wearing a trench in June.
global warming is real, folks
And I can clearly say, the weatherman has been incorrect about the weather far too many times for me. I take an umbrella out when it says it's going to rain, then it doesn't rain. Okay... so I don't take an umbrella when it says it's not going to rain, then it pours. [What?]
So here are a set of photos on a day I went out without an umbrella and it DID in fact rain. You see the people running across the crosswalk behind me? Yeah, they didn't get the memo either. On a more positive note, the clouds look pretty rad behind me with the Empire State. You can definitely see the storm coming
Rain in the city means one major thing, choose your footwear wisely; hence the sneakers (again). I love shoes, take it from the girl who has over 100 pairs of shoes in a Manhattan closet - & there is no exaggeration in this sentence - but I'm sort of dying to wear a sandal... It's June for goodness sake.
And as you can see from my previous post, I wanted to wear white denim. These were an accidental purchase and they're tighter than what I wanted, but I like the patchwork because it isn't screaming loud. I'm still on the search for the perfect white jeans (& one in faded black). The day that happens, will be a happy one. -if you have any suggestions, I'm more than happy to accept the offers.
Anyway, cheers to another rainy day & enjoy the photos of the Flatiron District, some Baked my Melissa's tiny confections & me seeking shelter at Mario Batali's Eataly while sitting in a giant contact lens of a chair!