Okay, so here are my final pictures from our trip. I wanted to do a separate post for St. Patty’s Day, so I wouldn’t overload you with pictures. I have to thank all of you for such wonderful comments on my photos from my last post. You are such wonderful readers, and I couldn’t ask for a more amazing group to share my photos, life, and fashion with. Yay sharing! Now, onto the pictures (yet another picture heavy post)!
See that beautiful girl waving? That girl is Nicole, my brothers’ lovely girlfriend. She was in the parade with a dancing group.
Here are the firemen!
Here’s Kyle (The handsome one in the middle, smiling big), my not so little brother.
This is my favorite picture of him, he’s waving. The guy next to him is laughing because when I saw him, I shouted out, “There he is! There he is!! Look at Kyle!!” I was so excited.
After the parade, we headed over to O’Casey’s Irish Pub
. They have the best potato leek soup I’ve had while in America. The last time I had such amazing soup, I was at The Creamery
in Ireland. I practically lived off of potato leek soup & brown bread while in Ireland. Not because I didn’t like anything or didn’t want to try anything else, but because I couldn’t get enough of the flavor of the soup. My dad still thinks its funny, but my lunch/dinner each day for a few days consisted of: potato leek soup, brown bread & water, followed by fresh Baileys Cheesecake made from scratch. Oh, was I in heaven. Enough of my ramblings, moving on:
Kyle, Nicole, Scott & I at our table.
The family (from left to right: Kyle, Nicole, My Mom (Kerry), My Dad (Don), Scott, & Myself)
Kyle’s gorgeous picture of the Chrysler Building
They are just too cute, I couldn’t resist
Please excuse the iphone picture.
This was the only picture I got of my fun St. Patty’s Day outfit! I was really excited to wear such vibrant tights.
St. Patty’s Day Outfit Details:
Dress – Forever 21
Jacket – ASOS
Bag – My Mom’s
Kelly Green Tights – We Love Colors
Grey Boots – Kenneth Cole Reaction
Cute Kelly Green Bow Necklace – Etsy, The reFined Rebel
These are the final shots, as I said earlier, of my NYC trip. I hope you enjoyed virtually joining me on my trip, I have really enjoyed sharing these with you. The ballet opens tomorrow (so excited), and I cannot wait. I’m hoping to show you some of my work that I do, once I received the photos from my father. I’m definitely proud of my lights for this show, and it would mean the world to me to have your opinions on my design. Until later!