If you follow my Instagram account, you know that I’m currently in New York.
On my first day I met up with Denton Taylor who has been taking fabulous streetstyle photographs of 40+women for 40+Style the last couple of years.
He showed me around the neighbourhood of the West Village and surroundings where my apartment is located. Below you can see the Chelsea market.
His wife Teresa was there too and we wore surprisingly similar colors.
Both Denton and Teresa are the most wonderful and interesting people and they have been so welcoming to me in New York. They adore this city and it’s wonderful to be guided along by them and learn about this impressive city.
Teresa gave me a glimpse of her shoe collection which is truly impressive and full of eccentric, colorful, chic and beautiful shoes. I must show you some time.
As you may know I will have a meetup with some readers of 40+Style on 22 August. I have yet to sort out the final details and exact meetup locations, but I have already mailed the readers that have registered. If you have registered and did not receive an email from me last week, please check your spam folders or contact me here.
We will meet up in the Soho area at 10 am for coffee and tea and will then proceed with shopping and lunch in that area.
The bloggers meetup is going ahead as well and takes place in the weekend of 4-6 September. Details and registration are on this page. Expect to meet in the West Village or Soho area. I will email all who registered with more details next week.
Skirt: Porto (via Getdressed2)
Top: In Good Company
Shoes: CK Calvin Klein (old)
New York so far is exciting and a bit overwhelming. So much to see and explore! I’m so happy I have a full month to do that. To keep up to date with my day-to-day activities be sure to follow me on Instagram.
Of course if you have any tips on New York and what you feel I should see and do I will be very happy to hear them!
Photography by Denton Taylor
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