Sunday, November 19, 2017

ULTIMATE TO DO LIST IN NYC

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THE BIG APPLE


NEW YORK....sigh


Hasn't there been one point in all of our lives that we have fallen madly in love with this city or what? I know i have and our love affair has been going on for 10 years now. The first time i went to New York i was 17 years old, seems like yesterday almost. I remember the feeling i had when i got on that plane, i couldn't wait to finally see this magical city for real. I have been to New York in my earlier days as an infant, but i can't remember it anymore. So it was like visiting for the first time, i went with my mom and dad and i remember being so amazed by all of the city lights when we landed. The first thing i did was run to the store and got Captain Crunch, somehow this cereal is the key to feeling like a real american. I had seen it in so many movies and tv shows, this was the ultimate experience (ha ha). Since my 17th, i have gone back almost every year except the last two years. I can feel it in my bones, they are tingeling of excitement to re-unite with my magical city, it has been far to long. I am visiting family first, going over for our Armstrong annual christmas party JEEJ. That is the key to feeling like a real American, getting to go to the holiday parties, seeing decorations everywhere, iceskating, holiday shoppings, snow, decorated houses i could go on for ages it is a BLAST. So to get in the mood, since i am leaving next week i have a little inspo for you and yours truly.









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Thursday, November 16, 2017

FOLLOW THE YELLOW BRICK ROAD










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Jacket Zara
Pants Adidas Original
Shoe Adidas Original 
Bag Gucci
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Tuesday, November 14, 2017

COLD DAYS














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Jacket Zara
Bag Gucci 
Shoes H&M
Top Inyourstyle
Flaired Pants Topshop
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Monday, November 13, 2017

DOOR TO DOOR










Jacket Zara
Pants Adidas
Shoes Adidas
Bag Gucci
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FOREIGN CITIES


Last weekend i went to Maastricht with a girlfriend, i just love wandering around other cities and discovering new places. It is always so foreign because each city is always different to your own home town. For example Maastricht is quite big, but it feels small, homey and cozy. A lot of little cafe's and bars, vintage stores and boutiques. These days the big stores seem to be taking over and the small ones seem to disappear. I just love the small little boutiques, they often carry different brands nobody has heard of. So if you are in the Netherlands and you have not visited Maastricht yet you have to go! In two weeks there will be a Christmas market there as well, which is wel worth a trip.












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