A Wind Swept Manteau in NYC’s Fall
December reminds us how prescious the sunlight is, and it’s such a joy to see even a little bit of green. On the corner of French bistro Little Prince NYC, I am happy to see this wall climbed with vines and placed along buckets of flowers (go now! They still do!)
I decided to go green all over by wearing this dark turquoise ripple jersey jumper by COS, paired with a sleek scarf by Uniqlo I endorsed in the last post, and Topman jeans and boots to finish. Ready in a snap.
The title of this post is about a wind swept manteau right? So where is the coat?
Sideway zipper, oversized and flappy collar and a light-weight material give this jacket a flowy and wind-swept look. This coat is “safe” to wear as well as appealing to everyone because 1) you can never go wrong with black 2) the asymetrical edges are subtle yet shapes our look.
Lastly, we stopped by La Colombe Coffee Roasters in SoHo to wake up my sleepy face. The dinnerware pieces are in a black and white floral pattern, very chic for Instagram!
Lastly, I am sharing some fall photos of NYC. I never have really taken a walk in Central Park during fall though, but I am guessing it will be my tradition beginning this year! After all, I think Bow Bridge uptown in Central Park has the best scenes of the park. Not only that you get to navigate through trails, but also snake through bridges and lakes!