York Design Co. Holiday

The holiday season is in full swing now that Thanksgiving has passed and holiday celebrations and parties are just around the corner! Whether you are looking for stylish accessories for yourself or a personalized gift for a friend, York Design Co. is the way to go. Their needlepoint accessories are so unique and they offer so many fun and different designs! This outfit would be perfect for a party or dinner with friends and I love the pop of color the monogram cuff adds.  

Bracelet ℅ // Dress (similar) // Shoes (similar) // Purse

See how I styled a York Design Co. cuff in a previous post here.

Thanksgiving Dinner

Happy Thanksgiving! I have so many things to be thankful for including my family and friends who are always so supportive of me as well as all of the amazing opportunities I've had in school, golf, and blogging this year!! Here is what I am wearing for dinner with my family today (thank goodness it was indoors because I was freezing in this skirt)! 

Sweater (similar) // Skirt // Purse (vintage) // Shoes (similar) // Necklace // Coat

What are you thankful for?

Midi Skirt

On the second night of our trip to New York City we went to see A Gentleman's Guide To Love And Murder. I had purchased this skirt a while back at the Nordstrom Semi-Annual sale and had been looking for an excuse to wear it ever since! 

Skirt (similar) // Shirt // Shoes (similar) // Clutch

Herald Square

On our last day in NYC we went down to Herald Square to check out the Macy's after having breakfast in Times Square. We went to the Evergreen Diner and I had a Belgian waffle sundae (gotta have ice cream for breakfast every once in a while)! It was a rainy and cold day, so shopping was the perfect thing to do and I think a couple thousand other people had the same idea as us! Although the Macy's was huge and seemed like it would never end, Bloomingdales was my favorite department store and is where I got this new coat!!

Jacket // Hat // Purse // Boots (similar

After making a stop on each floor at Macy's, we took a cab to the Upper East Side and stopped in a few shops. Lilly Pulitzer, Kate Spade, and Tory Burch were my favorites on Madison Ave. They had the cutest decorations and the people working there were so nice!

via my Instagram

NYC Day 2

For day two of our trip, I started off the day with a hot apple cider and a caramel macaron at the Bouchon bakery in Rockefeller Center. We looked around in a few shops there including the amazing two story J. Crew. 

Christmas decorations are already going up at Radio City Music Hall and in Rockefeller Center!!

After some shopping we went to the Top Of The Rock on the top levels of the GE Building which had the best view of the city. From one side you could see Central Park and on the opposite side you could see the Empire State Building, the World Trade Center and even as far as the Statue of Liberty!

That evening we went to see A Gentleman's Guide To Love & Murder at the Kerr Theatre. I had never heard of the musical before and had absolutely no idea what to expect and was pleasantly surprised by how hilarious it was! 

NYC Day 1

Last weekend my parents and I took a quick trip to New York City and it was my first time visiting the city! It was so cool to see all of the places I had only seen in movies and pictures in real life and to go shopping in the biggest stores I have ever seen! We didn't venture too far from the hotel and really only saw the Midtown area, so there is definitely plenty more to explore in future trips!

We got there Wednesday evening and took a cab to the Waldorf Astoria. We were exhausted after an afternoon of traveling, so we grabbed dinner at the Peacock Alley restaurant in the hotel where I had the best parmesan truffle fries (I don't think I can just eat regular french fries now).

The next morning, we walked to Times Square and got there just minutes after Taylor Swift finished performing (how did I miss that??). We stopped in a few stores there and for someone who doesn't shop at Forever 21 too often, I was really impressed with the four story one in Times Square. 

After that we pretty much just walked around the city aimlessly and stumbled across Bryant Park. They already had the ice skating rink and made me so excited for the holidays!

Next to the park was the New York Public Library where we were able to peek into some rooms that had all kinds of old books and paintings. 

We started to head back towards the hotel and stopped in Grand Central Station. 

That evening we went for Italian at Cellini in Midtown where I had an awesome caesar salad and spaghetti and meatballs.
 A recap of my second day of the trip coming soon!

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