Well I’m not entirely sure how many photos you can handle of one bridge but after seeing this landmark in nearly every New York movie I’ve seen I wasn’t surprised I came home with hundreds of photos of the Brooklyn Bridge. Luke and I walked across to find a cute little wooden chair in the middle, where we settled in for an hour or so to watch the sunset over New York City. You can even spot the Statue Of Liberty from there too, which was beautiful sight over the water and one I would highly recommend for anyone visiting.
Unfortunately I spent too much time doing things other than taking outfit photos so we didn’t manage to get that many. Perhaps you could say I was a little distracted? Can’t say it was an incredibly inspired outfit though. When you’re in a city like this it’s seems impossible to sit still and find the time to put together an outfit you’ll be comfortable (and warm) in from 9am till 9pm when you’re out for a full day of exploring. All I wanted to do was race out the door and see as much as I could. So I basically threw on whatever was on top of my suitcase at the time.
I kept it simple and just wore red on red, with some chunky vintage necklaces I layered up and a gold cuff from H&M. I found these necklaces at the Brooklyn Flea Markets so it seemed very appropriate. I honestly think you can never have too many vintage statement necklaces. For me, they make everything better.
Photos by Luke Shadbolt