Snapshots From The Weekend

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My old hood. Exploring the Highline and Meatpacking district.

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The Standard Hotel (view from the Highline)

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One of my favorite areas - love the little red umbrellas and seating in Meatpacking.

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The Valentino Rockstud bootie = true love.

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Unique building colors in SoHo.

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Wandering around down in Tribeca near the Hudson waterfront.

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Fresh pedicure... Nothing better. Plus my Rag & Bone shorts I've been wearing on repeat.

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The Casual Classic Blog. NYC

Loving those little flower boxes on the windows. There are so many things we would miss if we didn't stop and just look up sometimes.

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Had lunch at Comodo on Sunday. It is the most adorable little restaurant. I loved the white roses...

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That grafitti design... On one of the most gorgeous buildings in Soho. Too cool.

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The shoe light? No idea, but had to snap a shot.

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Local street art - Manhattan skyline paintings.

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*All photos by myself for The Casual Classic

I did so much exploring over the weekend, I just had to share some of the pictures. I wandered around Chelsea and SoHo mostly, exploring the Highline and Meatpacking disctrict, and strolling the streets of SoHo - my neighborhood that I still have yet to really get to know. I found the most amazing Valentino booties (at Intermix), got a pedicure on Saturday, and shopped so many great sales at Scoop NYC and IRO to name a few. The weather was insanely gorgeous and warm for once on Sunday, so I used every excuse to be outside. Sometimes it's just so nice to have weekend to yourself, with no set plans, isn't it?