Despite being in New York for over five years now, I still have so many places to explore (but do also have my favorites). I’d long heard about Roberta’s Pizza as being some of the best in the 5 boroughs but had yet to make the trek out to Bushwick, Brooklyn where Roberta’s calls home.
Bekka had told me Bushwick was also home to lots of street art and man was she right. These walls reminded me of the Wynwood district of Miami with all of their color. We made an afternoon out of the excursion and shot a few looks in the neighborhood but these walls seemed to make the perfect backdrop for my bright off the shoulder dress. Let us also have a moment for the fact that I’m wearing a bright color! (My closet is 90% neutrals…) This color appears to be sold out but I also love the soft pink color they have.
I also bought a nearly identical one in black (change is hard, you guys :)) which I plan to have play double duty as weekend dress + bathing suit cover up this summer.
I rounded up some other favorites below in case you’re in the market (all are under $200 and most under $60!) I particularly love this one with the fun sleeves (I’d pair it with lace up sandals) and also this one which is so cute for summer weekend trips to the farmer’s market or other daytime activities. Finally, this one is perfect for weddings this season!
And a note on these sandals. I bought them for Europe and they worked out perfectly. They are so comfortable. If you’re looking for a good neutral sandal to wear all through summer, look no further. (They also have them in gold which I kind of love, too.) I switched into them after the wedding the other weekend and danced for 4 hours in them with no problem. #Bless.
I hope you had a great weekend! In unrelated news, Cuyana launched their new saddle bags (mini, too!) yesterday and I am in love!
Have a great start to your week! xx
Shop the Post:
Topshop Dress // Sandals // Clutch // Miansai Cuff // Celine Sunglasses
Love this look! The leopard with the orange dress looks amazing.
Thanks so much, Hannah! Never thought I’d use a leopard clutch as much as I do – it’s such a great pop!