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back east

dress: monki via asos, bag: cambridge satchel company, shoes: birkenstocks

Well hello there, people of the blogosphere. It's been yet another week since I've blogged last. I'll place the blame for that on my laptop, which suddenly broke while I was on a stopover in Austin last week.  Actually, right after I posted my last blogpost. 

Since then, I've dropped my laptop off at the Apple store and sadly have not gotten it back yet. Instead I've been using my dad's laptop for the time being, and holy crap, I hate windows 8. There aren't enough words to describe my dislike of this thing. Accidentally opening up the dashboard looking thing and the never ending list of pointless apps is inevitable, and half the time when I try to scroll I lose my desktop. Basically, it's the absolute worst. 

As I'm leaving for India later today, my posting schedule for the next month is up in the air. But before I leave here's a post from 'Merica. NYC to be specific. It's crazy to think that this was the first time I was there in 6 months-- as I always squeeze in a trip when I'm home. The day was spent walking around downtown, from Soho to Chinatown. As many times I've been to the city, there are so many areas that I've never ventured into. Or that I've never ventured into at an age I could remember it by.

While I haven't gotten around to editing all the photos... here are some that I took throughout the day. Oh, and thanks to my friend for taking the photo of me (as seen above) near the Brooklyn Bridge.

(This first one is of black sugar milk tea, which I tried on a whim-- and it's so tasty! If you ever see it, try it. Its taste is pretty unique)

20 comments

  1. you are the queen of fab ootds ,
    love love love the print on ur dress , enjoy your trip to india .

    N@NY

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  2. Welcome back! Totally sucks to hear your laptop is broken, hopefully the Apple gods can fix it.
    I totally feel you on venturing around the city, I've been here for 2 years and haven't seen everything of this wonderful place. And your photos are amazing as always! Also love the look. :)

    -Alicia
    Neon Fox

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  3. Chinatown NY looks so much different than LA's Chinatown, but nonetheless..it's beautiful! And I how you feel about Windows 8! I recently got a new laptop and been struggling to get a hang of it..so far, no luck. Hope you get your laptop fix soon :)

    www.stylemeendless.blogspot.com

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  4. looks like a wonderful day in the city! I love those colourful moments from your day. those sweet cakes look super yummy, the city looks really alive and your black and white dress is awesome! oh and enjoy India!

    Maiken,
    Maikeni blogi - part of me

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  5. love these shots. Makes me want to go back! =)
    Love milk tea. I don't have it often now but, I was very addicted in high school haha
    xo,
    nancy

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  6. Pretty photos *_*
    Haha, glad to see a quick update before your big trip! Ahhh, that's going to be so exciting.
    Love your print dress and the shots of that food...mmmm

    The Dragonfruit Diaries

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  7. This seems like a place I'd get happily lost in, amazing streets and details, perfect for some inspiration!
    Loved all the pictures and you're looking pretty in that outfit!

    BLOG | Talking Pickles

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  8. Aw, I'm so sorry about your laptop! My mom has a PC and uses Windows 8 too. It's horrible!
    Gosh, I love your photos! And by the way, your blog design is gorgeous as well. <3

    xx, Bittersweet Peppermint

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  9. Sorry to hear about your laptop. I recently had to get a new laptop and it has windows 8 on it... I am still trying to get used to it.

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  10. I am so sorry about your laptop ): I have become pretty used to windows 8 and I actually like it a bit. I miss NYC terribly even though I've been there only twice. Good luck in India! Sounds like such an exciting trip.
    mortem blonde

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  11. i feel the exact same way about windows 8! NYC always looks cool thru your lens. hope you have the best time in India and looking forward to some photos! x

    steph / absolutely-fuzzy.com

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  12. lovely photos and I love your dress! xo

    new post and blog design!!
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  13. Love this white dress. And your friend has taken a lovely picture! And you are coming to India!
    Jenny’s Bicycle-Indian Fashion Blog!!

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  14. your dress is really pretty and looks great with birkenstocks! have a lovely time in India xx

    Katrina Sophia Blog

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  15. Adore the cute and unique print on your dress, looks terrific. Great cityscape photos. Have a wonderful start to the weekend!

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  16. Love the Monki dress :)
    I'm looking to buy a new laptop later this fall, and I'm not very comfortable with Macs but the potential having to deal with Windows 8 is making me reconsider my choices. I do hope your laptop got fixed in time for your trip...have fun in India!

    sampzandsuch.blogspot.com

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  17. great post:)

    xx, angel.
    http://angelagatha.blogspot.com

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  18. I love those dress and omg i always want to go there, Chinatown! :))

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  19. First off, love that cool dress! Second, I need to try that tea place! I love finding new places to go to in the city! Have fun on your trip!
    ~Sara

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