1st NY christmas

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vintage fashion blog, nyc vintage blog, nyc christmas day, j.crew cabin sweater
vintage fashion blog, nyc vintage blog, nyc christmas day, j.crew cabin sweater

For our very 1st Christmas in NY, we tried to make some new traditions! Matt and I woke up and went for a run in Hempstead Lake state park with claudie, and then we took the train into NYC to see the tree! It was as magical as i remembered… although it was really crowded. Christmas Day maybe wasn’t the best time to visit it ๐Ÿ™‚
After, we went and saw Hunger Games 3, and ate japanese food. We’re really unique – a movie and chinese food like oh so many others on Christmas Day! The weather was beautiful, and we were blessed with one of the warmest days in a while!! I hope you all had a beautiful holiday with family & friends! Xo

old jacket
J.Crew sweater
Forever 21 skirt
Vintage boots/ hat
Cambridge satchel

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  • Amo tu look, la chaqueta es perfectaaa!! <3

  • Great photos! I would love to spend Christmas in NY
    xo
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  • You two are such a cute couple! Lovely photos! ๐Ÿ™‚

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  • awww this is so sweet! and wow that Christmas tree is huge!!!
    LOving what you're wearing as well sweetie, too cute!
    Merry Christmas ๐Ÿ™‚

    xoxo, Jules
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  • Wow you look so beautiful! One always needs sparkles on Christmas.
    Christmas in NYC seems awesome.

    xx
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  • merry christmas and happy new year!

    xx
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  • Sounds like fun! Happy holidays ๐Ÿ™‚

  • You are such an inspiration for us! we love all your looks. I would like to know where the burgundy coat with fur on the collar that u have is from. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • I love your look!!!! … Now, I don't know if you're aware of it? but you actually had a very New Yorker Christmas – I'm serious! It was a relative of mine, who converted to the Jewish faith to marry her late husband, who filled me in on a whole bunch of people who celebrated Christmas in NYC by attending a movie and going out to some 'exotic' restaurant. You guys fit right in ๐Ÿ™‚