There’s just something about Fall fashion. For me it started longggg before I ever dreamt of attending NYFW, back when Fall fashion meant back to school shopping. And I’m pretty sure I would have snapped up this outfit from about the 5th grade on.
A few more pictures from this weekend at the lake because by this point in the work week I could really use someplace zen to stare at. I mentioned yesterday but there was the slightest hint of Fall in the air and so I’ve been starting to reach for pieces like this lightweight, silky cargo jacket to make the seasonal transition.
While I’m not wishing away Summer (I’ve still got a mile long bucket list to cross off!) – last weekend at the lake there was the tiniest hint of crisp Fall air in the mornings and at night. And it felt kind of great. Not least of all because I love dressing for that weather. Long-sleeved tees, bare legs, a light scarf, suede ankle boots.. the good stuff.
One of the greatest perks of living in NYC is access to an ever-changing influx of new things to see and do. So when a friend told me about Heyday – a facial shop in the Flatiron District that would change my ‘anti-spa’ attitude.. I had to see for myself. One step into their minimal yet inviting doors and I was totally converted.
Just when you think you’ve seen it all in this city (and trust me.. I’ve seen some things), Manhattan goes and blows you away all over again. This weekend, 166 blocks north of our apartment (plus 18 subway stops and about a mile hike later) we tracked down the last standing lighthouse in the city. And it was well worth the trek.