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NYC Souvenirs

Christmas, ShoppingAmy Wiley1 Comment

I've mentioned that my husband and I went to New York City for my 40th.  I was armed with a purse full of birthday money, so I was able to bring home some really fun things.  These are all items, I realized, I use and enjoy just about every day!  I thought I would share them with you because you just might want to add them to your Christmas list.

First up, these leopard travel flats from Tory Burch:

I'm not exaggerating when I say I wear these just about every day.  I wear them with florals, with stripes, with solids, with jeans and with dresses.  I knew after wearing these leopard sandals all summer they would be in heavy rotation.  I love me some leopard and it goes with everything.  Plus, these are comfortable.

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Now the next one pretty much gives me old lady status.  Especially if you could know my level of excitement about... a paper towel holder.

Of course it's not just any paper towel holder.  I have touches of Mackenzie-Childs throughout my kitchen.  This is something I use EVERY day.

Next up, the new Tiffany fragrance had just launched and was proudly on display at the famous 5th Avenue store.  I had been eager to try it and once I did I was sold!

I love being a "perfumy lady" and I've enjoyed wearing this one.

We visited the famous Chelsea Market and I bought this print from Melsy's Ilustrations.  I started following the artist on social media and she has the most fun things.  Some are even available at Homegoods for the Christmas season.  I know I'll love putting this out each fall.  I'm eyeing the Christmas prints as well.

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Lastly, even though we have way too many coffee mugs, we couldn't resist this guy from Starbucks.  It's a nice big size and I love the little taxi on the back.

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I love this one too!

My NYC souvenirs would be fun under your Christmas tree... or you could just ask Santa for a trip to The Big Apple!

 

 

 

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