Don’t be Shellfish | New York

When heading to NY for the Veuve Polo classics, the weather forecast was not looking promising at all. Rain and even more rain paired with some thunderstorms. Imagine my happiness when despite all forecasts (I checked at least four different weather websites – big fan here!) the weather turned out to be perfectly fine and even more than that: we had summer in NY! We stayed at the Grand Soho hotel in Soho and on our last day in NY we realized that  our hotel had a complimentary bike rental. And even though NY is the busiest city I know, it was so much fun cruising around my favorite areas, stopping at all my favorite places such as the Matchabar.


I`ve never really liked Matcha until a few days ago when I had too much coffee in already but really craved a fun iced drink and tried an Iced Almond Vanilla Matcha which was sooooo good! It tasted a bit like liquid marzipan, so so yummy. We stopped to take some pictures around the Seamore’s restaurant (mainly a seafood place) and I loved the cute writing they had in front of the restaurant: Don’t be Shellfish, share your oysters! Even though I have to say that I’m only Shellfish when it comes to Avo toast OR my new favorite green drink.

I was wearing a dress by the super talented Silvia Tcherassi, my all day everyday favorite sneakers by Roger Vivier and my loyal summer season companion: the Rejina Pyo bag. I was wearing it during an event where I met Kate Bosworth and she asked me about this bag – So it must be a good one, right? From now on I try to upload as many outfits as possible and I try to post daily – Let’s see how this turns out.;) xx Leonie


DRESS: Silvia Tcherassi (here)
BAG: Rejina Pyo (here)
SNEAKER: Roger Vivier (here)
SUNNIES: Karen Walker (here)
HAIR CLIP: Gucci (here)

*This is not a sponsored post, but I tagged brands as I want to share all outfit information with you. <3

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