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NY Botanical Garden

May 27th, 2013 by Robin | 3 Comments | Filed in Inspiration, Life, Outfit

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(Ralph Lauren Denim & Supply shirt, Theory trouser pants, Theyskens’ Theory pumps, and Ray-Ban oversized wayfarer)

Lately, I’ve been feeling extremely inspired and wanted to keep my creative juicing flowing by going somewhere scenic. I’ve heard from a few people I work with that the NY Botanical Garden, in the Bronx, is definitely a place to have on your bucket list. It’s seriously one of the most beautiful gardens I’ve ever been to. I spent the entire afternoon walking around the greenhouse and the outside trail with my childhood friend Alyssa. It was a perfect day to end the weekend. Hope everyone is enjoying their memorial day weekend!

Central Park

April 27th, 2013 by Robin | 17 Comments | Filed in Life, Outfit

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(Helmut Lang top, black leggings, Illevesta sunglasses, Converse, Baggu leather tote bag)

It’s getting much warmer here in NY and oddly enough I have been grabbing mostly black pieces to wear.
This top I am wearing by Helmut Lang is seriously on repeat and so comfortable that I literally wish I got one in white too! It’s an older style but here is one that is almost identical.

On another note- I know that I’ve been pretty much M.I.A these past couple of months and [I know] it’s been too long! I feel bad about neglecting my blog but I’ve been so busy that I needed to prioritize what was most important first. Now that I’ve settled in the city and finally feel at ease again, I’ve decided to get back to blogging. It’s cool though because I feel that this could be a fresh start and now that I’m in a new city, I can share many new experiences here with you guys. If you guys have any questions on what it’s like moving to a new city or just anything in general, please do comment below or ask me on my formspring and would gladly love to help! =]

Blue Jeans, White Shirt

August 24th, 2012 by Robin | 25 Comments | Filed in Outfit

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(v-neck T: J. Crew, shorts: purchased in Korea, shoes: Zara)

The adventures of yesterday consisted of exploring the Meatpacking District, grabbing quick brunch at The Standard Grill, and walking some more.

I really like all of the places I’ve been seeing so far-Meatpacking District, Greenwich Village, and SoHo. They’re all so different yet connected in a weird way. I’m surprised I haven’t stumbled upon a place that I absolutely dislike.

On another note, I can’t believe NY Fashion Week and FNO is just around the corner. Talk about perfect timing.

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Greenwich Village

August 22nd, 2012 by Robin | 5 Comments | Filed in Inspiration, Outfit

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Wore a basic top with scalloped edges from Topshop and all black everything else. Grabbed lunch at Red Bamboo in Greenwich Village and I must say the veggie-chicken tasted rather authentic.

Since walking is a main priority in New York, I guess I should start looking for tennis shoes.

New York City

August 22nd, 2012 by Robin | 6 Comments | Filed in Inspiration, Outfit

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I’m now officially a resident of New York City! Not quite settled in completely, I’m still looking for little things here-and-there for the apartment, but it’s all coming along together nicely. I still can’t believe I’m here. Surreal.

I moved towards The Upper Westside and found a nice little studio that overlooks the city. I know one thing is for sure, I sure did take the luxury of square footage for granted in L.A. Although, the compensation of my balcony size (and location) couldn’t be more perfect. Regardless of all the craziness that’s been going on (with the move and all), I have no regrets and can’t be happier than I’ve ever been in my life.

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