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Stumbling through NYC | New York Fashion Week SS14

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Wearing: Sweater - Zara. Jeans – James Jeans. Heels – Lucy Choi. Bag – Couronne. Tartan shirt – Motel Rocks. Thank you Cup of Couple for helping with the shots of moi!

Well, it’s official. My champion all-nighter days are over. Now come the era of hot, crumbling mess under restaurant tables, desperate to catch a snooze between courses that are technically being served at 3am in the morning. It didn’t help that I never bothered to change my watch to NY time, so throughout the evenings every glance at the wrist was met with a mini heart-attack. Largely because normally by 11pm the hubby would be out by the door with a Sharpie and a pair of suede shoes, threatening with a game a tic-tac-toe on a pair of Chloés, but also because it really felt like all the lights were off in my body except the stomach into which I was shovelling dessert. (PARTY UP IN HURR) It was all very confusing. I returned to the hotel after each consecutive late night, reached for the laptop slurring I nee to update de bluuuuuuuug, then wrote some incoherent ramble before planting my face square onto a corner of the keyboard, typing a 25-page blogpost consisting of just Q’s, ~’s, @’s and W’s. I guess it stopped when I eventually rolled myself into bed, which let me tell you, felt like diving into milk. I guess jet lag is the closest thing to a drug I’ll ever experience. I do apologize for the radio silence, and the avalanche of posts on stand-by, soon to clog up your Bloglovin’ feed. For now, here’s a couple of shots from NYC/NYFW to get started.

Hope you’re having a wonderful week and enjoying the fashion month so far. 

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32 Comments

  1. Lena

    Beautiful photos as usual – loving the mix of colours and patterns in your outfit!

  2. Sarah

    These photos are freaggin’ amazing..

  3. Great photos as usual Shini. You don´t need to write to much with this pics!.

  4. Your pictures are beyond amazing, thanks for sharing your experience! I just LOVE your outfit, the tartan shirt around the waist is just the perfect touch!
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  5. Seraphina

    Ah those waffles!!!
    I love it when you update de bluuuuuuuug

  6. Stunning photos and love getting a glimpse of NYFW through your lens!

  7. Beautiful shots, and totally worth the jet-lag and keyboard face-plant (though I admit I might have giggled at your suffering, only because I’ve been there before, too, but not for anything as glamorous as fashion week).

  8. Why does Kerry Washington always have to look so perfect?

  9. What great and varied street style! New York looks beautiful this time of year. I can’t wait to visit again!
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  10. beautiful capture!

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  11. Loving your photos as always! Also really liking your sweater. : )
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  12. Absolutely digging the photos so far. I am prepared for the avalanche!

  13. love the photos!

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  14. I LURRRVE how you photographed this from a different perspective! And gurl, drink coffee!

  15. Great images fro you time there, I’ve only ever been to NY once and that was for about 8 hours sadly. Really enjoying those floral pants on that fella.

  16. Love, LOVE, LOVEEEE the outfits you photographed here!
    And hooray for jetlag craziness! I recognize the face planted on the keyboard thing haha.
    Keep up the good work! X, Jessy

  17. Gorgeous photos as always, hope you got to enjoy nyfw and weren’t completely her lagged.
    Lauren
    livinginaboxx

  18. i love your shots of NY <3

  19. beautiful photos shini – can’t wait to see the rest!

  20. The photos are awesome!

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  22. Awesome awesome pictures x

  23. Wonderful New York photos! You certainly captured the moment, fashion and city vibe.

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  24. I love your pictures, I like the way you captures things :)

  25. Χαμός γίνετε από κόσμο!!! ρούχα μεγάλα μεγέθη

  26. This had never made me want to visit New York so much in my life. Cool city, chilled people and a flawless style.

    Great post!

    Amiee

  27. This had never made me want to visit New York so much in my life. Cool city, chilled people and a flawless style.

    Great post!

    Amiee
    http://www.24hourfindings.blogspot.com

  28. Ana Ilka

    I went on a 3 week trip, came home and opened your blog to find this lethal dose of bloggin’. WTH

    Just kidding, it’s an awesome surprise.

    love,
    ana

    P.S.: Thank your for not posting all the q’s and w’s

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