There is nothing better than a romper in Spring. They’re super comfortable, super easy, and super sexy! I went for a more whimsical look, with crochet details, bell sleeves and some lace up sandals.
Abigail choose a sleek black and white trouser romper look. Really feeling that extreme slit in the corset and white matching purse. These are two affordable romper choices. Will you be wearing rompers as much as us this Spring/Summer?
It’s easy to slip into a funk or daze when you live in New York City. Emily and I avidly attempt to keep our minds fresh by implementing fun and relaxing activities to our daily routine to be sure we don’t lose sight of our everyday motivation. One way we recharge the mind is by waking up and walking to the East River. We throw on our most comfortable workout clothes, and leave the apartment without our cell phones. Especially as a blogger, you find yourself in front of a phone or computer all day, which can be overwhelming. It’s pretty infuriating to see people walking into each other while texting, so it’s important we take this time to be tech-free.
After stealing our neighbor’s dog, we head to the river around 8:30, we walk, run, stretch, and just meditate. We don’t talk much – we just take in the sights of the river. The day is not yet scorching hot, so we breathe in the cool breeze and forget the crowded village we left behind. For the moment the city becomes serene, and we have a clear mind to begin the day’s work.
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“La Marina Mai Tai” (Plantation Dark Rum, Bacardi Anejo, Mt. Gay Black Barrel, curaçao, cold pressed Valencia and Hamlin orange juice, organic agave nectar, fresh lime juice, and orgeat.)
(La Marina NYC – 348 Dyckman Street)
If you haven’t seen our photos of La Marina yet, you’re missing out. Feast your eyes on this cocktail. I typically don’t drink rum, but this Mai Tai sounded far too quenching to deny. This fruity concoction was super easy to sip/chug, and to top it all off, that’s an edible flower. I’m really rooting for edible flowers in all of my drinks now. Thank you for the destination drinks, Michael!
Fell in love with a couple pieces from Pink Sheep Heiress. Exhibit A: this green suede matching bralette and shorts. Exhibit B: this deep V black romper. Stylish and sexy at the same time, which can be a difficult feat. Appreciating the heat these days for our skimpy wardrobes and sky scraping heels. Shout out to Emily’s strappy blue stilettos! Also, strangely in love with this ugly brick wall.
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We’re just so colorful sometimes. Okay, so not everyone has to wear color and prints during Spring. We typically opt for black, grey, and white basics. I went for something super simple – a grey dress that probably could pass as a nightie, but I don’t give a damn. Emily dressed up a plain white tee with a slit maxi skirt, perfect for vacation packing. Speaking of vacation packing, Emily is wanderlusting in Morocco and Spain, so follow our Instagram!
(Stanton Social – 99 Stanton Street)
I can only hope there are muddled strawberries in Heaven. This drink was phenomenal! All the lemon/citrus flavors blended perfectly with the strawberry. It was nice to have different consistencies in this drink.
I love sweet, and I especially love lemonade style cocktails. Although, it wasn’t specifically a lemonade drink, it had all the makings for it. This drink hit both my criteria, in the most delicious way. I highly recommend it!
This past weekend we were fortunate enough to get a big group of our friends together, and go to a New York Yankees game. None of this would have been possible without our new fav company, Host Committee. If you’re looking to host a group of people at an event/game/concert etc, check out their website beforehand!
Host Committee is a group ticketing service, which allows you to get a large group together and not panic about having to sit in different sections. They also let everyone in your group pay separately, aka no more having that one person pay $1,000 and freak out at everyone for weeks. The more guests you have, the more likely you’ll receive super cool perks. Our name was on the Yankees scoreboard, and we all got free hats!
Next big adventure you plan, be sure to go to www.hostcommittee.com first. They are SUCH a pleasure to work with that you’ll want to do it again and again.