Saturday, August 13, 2011


As many of you know, I recently went on a trip to New York. It was my second time to the city and I fell in love with it all over again. As you also know I graduated college with a degree in fashion merchandising. Like every other grad, I have been applying for jobs since I graduated. People were interested, but it just seemed like I was in the wrong place and the wrong time. It only makes sense for a girl who loves fashion as much as I do to be in the fashion capitol of the world. So... I set some interviews up with different places and planned a trip with my step-dad(for my bodyguard as Kimmy says). He had never been to the city so it was a good excuse to show him the sights! We explored the city from top to bottom and were official tourists. I went to several interviews and got some offers. Now I just have to decide if everything fits into the place that it should. With a million things running through my mind it all depends on opportunity, timing, money, and me.

I am so lucky to have so many people in my life that love and support me. I am a firm believer in "everything happens for a reason." I truly believe that whatever is suppose to happen will happen. For now I am content with my little life in Alabama until further notice.

Here are some pictures of our awesome time in NYC.


The first view from my window seat on the the plane flying in..

Time Square!
In Soho shopping at the market.
Dash boutique by the lovely Kardashians.
Love love love this.. maybe a DIY soon.
The Rachel Ashwell Shabby Chic store.. my bff and I dream of this place and I actually got to go see!
Everything is so beautiful, flirty, and dainty.
Vintage ruffle dresses that are to die for.
My first Broadway show! We went to see Sister Act and it was AMAZING.
Lunch at a cute little cafe in front of the Flatiron building.
The breathtaking view from the Empire State Building.
This is a moment that everyone needs to experience at least once in their little lives.

The view is something you will never forget!
Beautiful buildings that were made so long ago.
The 911 memorial site. This was a replica of the Statue of Liberty with pictures, cards, and ribbons of prayers and thoughts to those who lost their lives that day.
There she is the Statue of Liberty!
Just me looking around with my millionth Starbucks.
The National Museum of American Indian! My step-dad is a REAL Indian so going to this museum was a must! We both loved it.. quite possibly one of the best days on our trip.
Cute little moccasins.
Real horse tail hair used to make little Indian goodies like they did back in the day.
The famous Naked Cowboy!!
A friend told me if I got a pic with him he would pay me $20 and you better believe I did it.
Naked Cowgirl!! Interesting...
The view from a great roof top restaurant we ate at one night.

The Flatiron building.
The Waldorf=Astoria.. reminded me of my favorite girl on t.v. Blair Waldorf

The view from the Brooklyn bridge at sunset.
Our hotel!!

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