When you can’t make it to the boardwalk at the Jersey Shore, the next best thing is Gantry Plaza State Park in Long Island City. This boardwalk style park resembles The High Line and has some of the most amazing views of Manhattan. I like to stop by at least once every summer.
Happy Easter Socialites! It’s been a beautiful spring weekend in New York City. I throughly enjoyed walking across town on Saturday in the newly emerged sunshine. After seeing the Empire State Building lit up like an Easter egg all weekend with pretty pastels for spring, I was inspired to curate my favorite pastel spring fashions.
I love weddings, especially June weddings. With summer fast approaching, my daydreams are filled with images of breathtaking outdoor weddings under the sun. Though there’s a certain etiquette to being a bride, bridesmaid, mother of the bride, etc. no one really tells you what to do or wear when you are just a guest at a wedding. Well, that’s all about to change.
Being a guest at someone’s wedding is just as much of an honor as being in the wedding, but with less responsibilities. Be sure to look fabulous by dressing appropriately for the theme, venue, and time of day. When with the bride and groom, don’t steal their spotlight. But, being the center of attention at your table or on the dance floor is fair game. Though catching the bouquet is always fun, you up your chances of being the next person to get married by hobnobbing with as many cute guys in the reception as possible.
What to Wear to an Afternoon Summer Wedding:
Just because I have yet to be invited to a wedding this summer, doesn’t mean that I can’t start planning my outfit.
1. Miss Selfridge Mint Lace Skater Dress: So cute and whimsical! This dress is also conservative enough to get the nod of approval from the grandparents who are bound to be at the wedding without being matronly.