My summer trip to New York started off very well. I was happy that I had the energy to walk 6+ miles in one day exploring the city again. As for my outfit of the day posts, I'm going to keep my posts simple: my OOTD and a short summary of what I did. I am currently exploring different restaurants and cafes as well, but I'm planning to write about the restaurants I tried in a separate post.
For this hot summer day, I knew I was going to need something very flowy as I was going to be doing  a lot of walking and shopping around. This was also the first time I took my RM bag out into the open, haha.
I'll link the exact items that I could find online below!
*As I was gathering links to my outfit and accessories below, I just found out that my RM bag is now on sale for 40% off at Nordstrom :\

Top: Brandy Melville | Bralette: Brandy Melville | Shorts: Abercrombie
Sandals: Dolce Vita | Bag: Rebecca Minkoff | Sunglasses: Urban Outfitters

The day started off with some shopping in SoHo, and I was more than excited to see that Aritzia, a store which I've been wanting to buy things from, was having a sale. I bought a dress and a few cute tops. I love the buildings around SoHo, they're just so beautiful to look at. I love the architecture in this city. After shopping around, my boyfriend and I grabbed some brunch at a place I was very excited to go to, but I was very let down. I had high expectations for this cafe in SoHo, but it was not as great as it was said to be. After some more time strolling through the streets of SoHo, we decided to get some ice cream to cool off. Morgenstern's Finest Ice Cream had its line out the door. It was pretty impressive. They had very different flavors that you wouldn't find anywhere else, their scoops were perfectly rounded, and the waffle cone was delightful. We got the flavors green tea pistachio and salted pretzel. The scoops were quite large; after all, it was a monster cone, so we got one to share. Afterwards, we went to the top of the Freedom Tower at sunset to look at the views below. I think this attraction just opened in the spring, so it's still pretty new. Walking past the 9/11 memorial was also peaceful. From the 102nd floor, you could see the twin tower memorial from below as well as the Jersey Shore and The Empire State Building.


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