Chelsea Market and The Highline


This day was one of the most beautiful days of our trip. The sky was blue, the air was cool, and I was ready for some adventures! We took the metro down to Chelsea Market. I wasn’t able to get down to this area during my last trip due to Hurricane Sandy, so I was pretty excited to visit.


one of my favorite pics from the trip

We started in the Anthropologie which was stunning, I have never met an Anthropologie I did not instantly WISH I lived in. The rest of the market was super cool. We kind of did a quick walk through, but I would love to return and really explore all the individual shops inside the market! The market has desserts, wine, and a bookstore…just a few of my favorite things!


If I ever lived in New York, I think I would want to live in this area. I loved the cobblestone streets, the markets, and the outdoor seating. While wandering through the streets we stopped into several stores. Oh my goodness! Stores here are PRICEY! I felt so poor looking at shirts that cost over $1,000! There were definitely some dream dresses found in a few stores. My favorite was Alice and Olivia…they had some serious swoon-worthy dresses. Any one want to fund my next shopping trip??


The Highline

The best part about wandering is that you stumble upon some pretty great things! I had heard only wonderful things about The Highline, but I wasn’t exactly sure where it was in relation to Chelsea…luckily we stumbled right on to it. WOW! If you go to New York The Highline is a MUST. The Highline is a 1.45 mile stretch of greenery smack in the middle of a busy city. It was built on an old railroad and treats its visitors to some beautiful views. It was such a nice way to spend a perfect New York City day!



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