Feeling like Fall in Central Park. You may not know, but this Central Park Lake is the second-largest body of water in Central Park that spans over 22-acres. I've been wanting to go to Loer Boathouse in Central Park ever since I moved here but I somehow never got the chance to do so. Today, was a bit cloudy and a chance of rain but we went for it anyway. It ended up turning out great since there was no long and it wasn't hot out. Also, no one in the way of your amazing Fall foliage photos.
Lately, I've been wearing/buying pants more than skirts and dress. I think that's because I always need an excuse for pockets. I don't always like to bring bags and when I do, I like them to be compact. Also, I'm running around the city so often that I need to where something comfy that I don't have to worry out (ugh those subway vents). You know what I'm talking if you live in a city. Plus, pants are more versatile than dresses. I really get my moneys worth when wearing pants. These trousers are so great since they are high-waisted with a paper bag waist. Can you believe this blouse is actually a bodysuit? Me either. A great way to tuck everything in without worrying up riding up. I love this bodysuit since its actually comfortable. Bodysuits tend to not be the most comfortable for me. Kitten heels have always been a must in my wardrobe, since wearing 4 inch heels isn't always ideal. You get the height without the pain.
If you ever get the chance to visit Central Park, add row boating to your to-do list. It was so much fun and peaceful. Although it started drizzling at the very end, my boyfriend and I really enjoyed ourselves. Before arriving make sure you bring plenty of cash since they don't credit cards (more info here). I would even arrive once they open so you beat waiting on lines.
Have you ever been to Central Park? If so, comment below what you like to do?