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Christine Cameron

Happy rainy Friday! So, a fun little teaser..as you can see, I am sporting my curly hair, which is a rarity on the blog, but expect a super fun post all about it next week. More to come on that soon! Anyway, I am spending the day with one of my best ...

Plaid shirt: F21 Checked shirt: Thrifted, Brooklyn Flea Jeans: Sevens Belt: H&M Trench: Courtesy of Coach Bag: Courtesy of Coach Rain boots: Hun...


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Christine Cameron

Happy rainy Friday! So, a fun little teaser..as you can see, I am sporting my curly hair, which is a rarity on the blog, but expect a super fun post all about it next week. More to come on that soon! Anyway, I am spending the day with one of my best ...

Plaid shirt: F21 Checked shirt: Thrifted, Brooklyn Flea Jeans: Sevens Belt: H&M Trench: Courtesy of Coach Bag: Courtesy of Coach Rain boots: Hun...


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Christine Cameron

Trench: H&M Blazer: H&M Shirt: Courtesy of Natori Jeans: Mossimo for Target Heels: F21 Necklace: H&M Earrings: Urban Outfitters Scarf: Soho str...


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Christine Cameron

I decided to brave it by wearing shorts. I haven't worn shorts without tights in forever, and it felt very liberating to say the least. I found this awesome Ann Taylor shirt at the Goodwill in Ballard for $5 and first wore it, here. But, this time ar...

Shirt: Thifted, Goodwill Shorts: F21 Belt: Thrifted, Boots: Thrifted, Beacon's Closet...


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Christine Cameron

As promised, here is one of the lovely goodies-an awesome black denim pencil skirt-that showed up on my doorstep yesterday! It was actually warm enough to wear this outfit without a jacket or tights. Hurrah for springy weather! xoxo...

Bag: Kristin Leather Large Hobo, courtesy of Coach Sunglasses: Vintage, 20Twenty in Ballard, WA Blouse: Thrifted, Goodwill Black Mountain Skirt: Co...


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Christine Cameron

So, seeing that I packed only a few pairs of shoes this trip, I didn't have a huge selection to choose from. But, I found that the clogs worked out nicely with the 60s/70s vibe I had going on. I felt like I should be hosting a backyard garden party, ...

Dress: H&M Belt: Thrifted, random thrift shop in West Village Shoes: Shoes: Shoes: DAYNTY, Steve Madden (Use the promo code MSP15 to get 15 perce...


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Christine Cameron

School girl-meets-beatnik....

Hat: H&M Sunglasses: Fred Flare Scarf: Street vendor in Soho Blazer: Thrifted from Buffalo Exchange Plaid shirt: F21 Striped shirt: F21 Skirt: G...


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Christine Cameron

Jacket: Michael by Michael Kors Shirt: Thrifted from 20Twenty in Ballard, WA Dress: Steve Madden Necklace: H&M Tights: Red: American Apparel, Blac...


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Christine Cameron

Happy rainy Friday! So, a fun little teaser..as you can see, I am sporting my curly hair, which is a rarity on the blog, but expect a super fun post all about it next week. More to come on that soon! Anyway, I am spending the day with one of my best ...

Plaid shirt: F21 Checked shirt: Thrifted, Brooklyn Flea Jeans: Sevens Belt: H&M Trench: Courtesy of Coach Bag: Courtesy of Coach Rain boots: Hun...


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Christine Cameron

Shirt: H&M Necklace: H&M Rings: Round-F21, Square-Matt Levinson Bracelets: H&M Dress: Steve Madden Belt: H&M Tights: Urban Outfitters Shoes: Je...


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Christine Cameron

Hello, friends! I am all about the red lately. If it's not my nails or lips, it's my legs!...

Scarf: A shop in Paris Neclace: Both Grandparent's watches Shirt: F21 Dress: Steve Madden Tights: American Apparel Shoes: Converse...


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Christine Cameron

I wanted to wear something that was sort of dressed up but still understated-Edmonds is a small little town right by the water and I didn't want to go overboard-hence the mostly black ensemble with just a few accents of color here and there. It's war...

Hat: H&M Dress: Steve Madden Necklace: H&M Shirt/Dress: H&M, thrifted from Buffalo Exchange Gloves: H&M Tights: F21 Shoes: Vintage Ferragamo hee...


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Christine Cameron

As promised, here is one of the lovely goodies-an awesome black denim pencil skirt-that showed up on my doorstep yesterday! It was actually warm enough to wear this outfit without a jacket or tights. Hurrah for springy weather! xoxo...

Bag: Kristin Leather Large Hobo, courtesy of Coach Sunglasses: Vintage, 20Twenty in Ballard, WA Blouse: Thrifted, Goodwill Black Mountain Skirt: Co...


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Christine Cameron

Trench: H&M Blazer: H&M Shirt: Courtesy of Natori Jeans: Mossimo for Target Heels: F21 Necklace: H&M Earrings: Urban Outfitters Scarf: Soho str...


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Christine Cameron

black skinnies from H&M...

Jacket: H&M Vest: F21 Shirt: Thrifted from Beacon's Closet Necklace: H&M Pants: Karl Lagerfeld for H&M Boots: Store in SoHo...


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What people have said about New York, New York
You definitely want to avoid the tourist look. You know, the souvenir hats, I heart NY shirts, not a good look in NY. New York is one of the most fashionable places in the world. Fashionable, designer clothes are what catch attention. You do want to still be comfy strolling around, but be creative with it. Think of where you want to go and what the weather is supposed to be like. For example, winter time, you want to wear a long coat. It gets real cold but there are a ton of fashionable coats to cover your tourist look underneath. Comfortable shoes are a must! Big Apple is called that for a reason, it's big! You have so many places you want to go and see so good foot wear is important.
There isn't exactly a specific style to dress in the Big Apple. Be funky, sleek, or just cute with your look. Be creative. You want to stand out, but in a good way.
You don't have to wear black to be sleek and stylish. Mostly businessmen and women tend to wear a lot of black, because it just works for them. You don't want to look like you are going to an important meeting. There are tons of stores in NY. Pick your store or even a few and put your own thing together.
5th ave is one the best places to go to shop. Designer clothes are highly looked upon. To name a few places that have amazingly cute clothes Juicy Couture, Gucci, Burberry, Coach, and so many more. Although black isn't always the way to go, darker colors are the most sophisticated. Light colors aren't recommended for the fancy look. You want to avoid the flip flops in the city. You may be a tourist, but you don't want to look like one. As many as there are everyday, you are sure to be stepped on, so toss the flip flops and shop for comfy shoes.