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Smart&Sexy Summer in NYC

Smart&Sexy Summer in NYC

Summer isn't over yet! As Native New Yorkers, we took it upon ourselves to give you guys the inside scoop on how to make the most of your last few weeks of summer here in NYC. So whether you're visiting this great city or live here and just want a reason to get out of your apartment, you’ve come to the right place! 

1. Rooftop pools

 There's more to this concrete jungle than what meets the eye. Insiders know that if you don't want to spend three hours driving out to the Hamptons, you can easily escape to one of these hotel hot spots for an afternoon by the pool followed by cocktails in your cabana. It's easy to tell why Rooftop season is our favorite season. 

 

 

 

With suits like these, people will be turning heads for more than just the views of the skyline. 

Featured suits: Shop Sequins : Shop Strappy : Shop Zip-Up One Piece


2. Bottomless brunch

Brunch is always a good idea, especially in NYC where the drinks and restaurant options are both bottomless! Where else can you enjoy 2 hours of mimosas while indulging in a tower of waffles? What do New Yorkers call brunch without champagne? A sad breakfast. 

If you're a true New Yorker you already know that your outfit has to be just as instagrammable as your meal. Our solution for spicing up your brunch attire: The Signature Lace Deep V Bralette


3.  Summer Stage

The City Parks Foundation organizes free concerts throughout NYC every summer and feature a variety of genres ranging from hip-hop to Latin dance performances to jazz and indie-rock shows. With 18 NYC parks to choose from and an endless list of shows, there's truly something for everyone.

    

This season festival fashion is all the rage, so try out this strappy style that will take your outfit center stage: Joan Smalls Strappy-Back Lace Light Lined Bra  

 

4. Beach Bound

 Looking to escape the hustle & bustle of the city for some sun & sand? NYC has over 14 miles of public beaches that are easily accessible by train or ferry (we recommend taking advantage of the ferry). Even if you prefer not to swim, there are plenty of food vendors, bike rentals, and boardwalk bars to keep you entertained. 

Featured swimsuit: Joan Smalls Crochet Tie Bikini

 


What are your favorite NYC summer activities? Share with us in the comments below!