Today I ventured with my sister to a restaurant called Zona Rosa on Lorimer st. in Williamsburg. It is both respectful of the authentic, traditional cuisine of Mexico; everything is made "in-house", including tortillas and salsas, but presented in a fun, open, and relaxed atmosphere.
So we hoped in a Uber and were on our way..
So enough about the restaurant; lets move on to the clothes!!! With my recent move I have been able to find a lot of "hidden" gems in my own closet.
I decided to wear these Ohne Titel Knitted Over the knee boots I bought from there final sample sale in NY last year. Shoes were a steal and on the 2nd to last day I got these for $20 bucks!!! I don't believe these were ever produced, which is even better in my eyes. The knit makes it only fall and winter appropriate to me. I love that it is a kitten heel, perfect for walking the NY streets, since I don't own a car. Lastly I love the leather piping in the inner leg of the boots. I will definitely be wearing these more often.
The J.W. Anderson Airplane bag you have seen before, but to jog your memory I bought from their first US sample sale last year.
I threw these items on with a H&M tank top, Rebecca Minkoff pencil denim skirt ( found for $10!), and my go to, cult fave Acne Studios biker jacket. I really need to get this jack in another color. On sale, of course.
Afterwards, my sister insisted we go on the roof to take her pic. I think I did a good job catching the view. I also finally saw the Yeezy Season 3 boots she kept telling me about. I love the burnt orange and tan combination. They also look very comfortable. Personally not my style, but as you can see below she rocks it so well.
My full outfit details and a link to a few similar items online:
Acne Studios Mock Leather Moto jacket
Ohne Titel Over the knee boots
Rebecca Minkoff Sifo Denim Pencil Skirt
J.W.Anderson Airplane Two-Toned Leather Shoulder Bag
H&M Long Sleeve Jersey top
Bottega Veneta Belt in Nero INTRECCIATO NAPPA
Stay tuned for more Brooklyn adventures...