Symmetry and Minimalism in South Street Seaport
Though I feel that fall has arrived a little later this year and that the weather kept witching from cool to warm, I really felt the breeze the past week, and it is refreshing to see the trees are finally highlighted with golden brown and tints of red.
I enjoy dressing up so much more during the cold. Layering pieces of different color ways and styling outfit details with techniques like tucking in and folding, and highlighting your overall outfit with accessories like scarves and hats can never be make you over-dressed as the weather is so cool. That said, winter offers us countless options of mixing and matching our fashion pieces. The fall leaves, too, are the best background for anything we wear!
Pedro and I decided to find fall inspirations at South Street Seaport near pier 15, a fun neighborhood with well decorated bars and restaurants.
Sunglasses: Barton Perierra
Golden Cuff: Miansai
Warning: photos of darker tones are coming!
We found this symmetrical pole-constructed and scaffolding-like (don’t know if that makes sense) sculpture at the pier. I remember Aimee Song said in her book “think symmetrical,” so I thought that this symmetrical sculpture would be a nice match with my linear and minimal outfit.
I really liked the the clean and minimal boardwalk and though that it was a good match with my outfit.
Finally, I hope you all enjoyed this grey tone outfit! Enjoy fall with some pumpkin spice latte! Xoxo