The Blizzard That Wasn’t


As New Yorkers, we can be so dramatic. I completely admit to partaking in this. I remember a former coworker of mine remarking that New York was the only place she had seen people using umbrellas in the snow. While I think this is completely logical, it is inherent of our high-maintenance attitudes toward things. We are so willing to spend thousands to live in apartments the size of shoe boxes, but all and whole New Yorkers are uppity and impatient people.

Enter Storm Juno, the blizzard from Monday that was supposed to be of “historic proportions.” Call it a case of misestimation by the weather man, (I mean, Long Island got hit pretty hard after all) but this storm was way over-hyped. Mayor de Blasio made us all nervous, shutting everything down like it was a repeat of Sandy or something, and literally the snow that his was basically the same as what NYC experienced every other day last year. But hey, I’m not one to complain about the weather being better than expected, and thusly, I had to take the snow day as an opportunity for some fun photos.




From Head to Toe:

Coat: c/o Think Closet, Hat: Custom, Sunnies: Vintage, Scarf: JCREW, Bag: ASOS, Boots: Vince Camuto

Photos by Anabella V Photography

The Blizzard That Wasn’t

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The Blizzard That Wasn’t

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