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2.01.2010

i have spent all day in bed. dreaming of spring.










historically, spring is a difficult time for me. the stripping of layer upon layer upon layer upon layer of clothing is abrupt here in manhattan. that being said, spring in the city is unlike anything you can imagine. the city is reborn, changed, and everyone comes out to play.

as of now, my number-one-must-have-accessory for the impending (i know, i know it's still like two months away, but a girl can dream) spring season: metallic gold sperry topsiders from jcrew. hoo-ahhh, yes please!




and then...
and finally...

15 comments:

Michely Medeiros. said...

i am sooo there with you...spring is just around the corner :]

HillTopStar said...

I'll take spring too, please.

Marian said...

Oh yeah those sperrys are a must-have. I'm in love.

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Grilled Cheese said...

You just made me really anxious for the end of Winter.

Too bad my stupid town has more snow coming tomorrow... and this weekend.

What I wouldn't give for patio seating in 70 degree weather.

Sara said...

For some reason, the second and third pictures speak to me in particular.

Just warms my heart. It'll be here soon!

KK said...

I was just thinking today as I flipped through the JCrew catalog that a pretty pair of sperry's would be nice.

Morgan said...

loving this collection of photos!

olivia rae said...

oooh love all of these dreamy photos. really hope you feel better soon meg! xoxo

Marisa said...

Ooo the first photo... I want to be there dressed like that!!!

Nicole Jeannette said...

Oh what Beautiful pictures :)

Love your blog :)

Hanako66 said...

i think that i need to come to ny this spring...yes, that sounds like a wonderful idea indeed

Sam and Livi said...

i miss spring/summer in the city

Sam and Livi said...

p.s. i lust for topsiders

Nathalie Nierengarten said...

Thanks for blogging! Spring is not far away–here in Germany, I enjoy the last snowflakes :)