PEPPERMINT SEA. This week has been a journey. I arrived to New York already bombarded with list of duties and tasks to complete. Luckily, I was able to catch a break through all it. Thursday afternoon, I meet up with my good friends, Kaitlyn Edwards and Tracy Pellington. We all decided to walk to the Highline (in the Meatpacking District) to photograph and just get acquainted. As we were walking, I had gotten heavily inspired by the atmosphere of the Highline. Specifically, the area where these red-orange branches, deep tone grey rocks, and beautiful apartment building were (as you see above). Solemnly, I found my outfit to resemble some of the trends that happen in the 1940s or 1960s with the pin-striped shirts, polished brown shoes, and tweed blazers. However, I enjoy incorporating different esthetics into my wardrobe and creating a new way of life for it.
Besides that, Tracy, Kaitlyn, and I decided to end our outting at Espresso, a local cafe near 14th Street, where we ordered a few hot chocolates and almond croissants. If you are ever in New York you should definitely head over to Meatpacking District and grab an Espresso. You will not be disappointed, trust me. Anyway, I hope you guys have a wonderful week. Ciao!
Photographer: Tracy Pellington
Ps. I will be adding a new element to the blog called "Proverbs Avenue" where I will be taking street photographs of people who emulate great style. In addition, to any worthy and valuable projects that I do over the course of the next few months. Lastly, I would like to start doing v-blogs and photo dairies. Hopefully, I will be able to follow through with them. Wish me luck!