What I Wore | Grand Central Market

January 25, 2016

WEARING J. Crew shirt | Madewell denim jacket | Urban Outfitters scarf, skirt, and socks | C. Wonder boots | Kate Spade purse
Sometimes you just gotta dress like a Parisian train conductor, amiright?

On Friday, some sorority sisters and I Ubered downtown to Grand Central Market for dinner, which if you haven't heard of it, it's basically a huge warehouse that's filled with different food stalls and vendors. If you've ever seen someone make a witty Instagram caption having to do with a breakfast place called Eggslut, they were at GCM! I myself went for some artisanal fish and chips from Bombo, followed by some delicious ice cream from McConnell's Ice Cream.

Pro tip: many of the stalls close relatively early, so I would recommend hitting up Grand Central Market for lunch or weekend brunch rather than dinner. Also, they have a deli, fromagerie, and produce stands, so you can get a snack and also stock up on groceries!

After GCM, I went out with friends to some house parties around campus, and my French girl meets midwestern railroad worker look was a huge hit. Some lady at GCM stopped me to tell me she liked my outfit, and you know the ultimate compliment for a fashion girl is when a stranger takes notice of your look. Everyone should own a bandana, a striped shirt, and thigh-high socks so that you too can recreate this winning outfit.

Seriously obsessed with bandanas, everyone should have a few to add pizazz to your outfits
Salted caramel and cookie dough ice cream at Grand Central Market!!!

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  1. You totally have the Parisian vibe and I love it! Sounds like such a fun way to spend the day.

    Amy Ann
    Straight A Style

    1. Thanks, Amy! I'm always aspiring for the Parisian look, so glad it paid off!

  2. Aw, getting complimented is always a plus! You definitely look very cute.

    Melanie | The Mel Division

    1. It definitely makes the effort spent getting dressed up worth it! Thanks, Melanie!


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