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Lost in translation.

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The other day Noelle and I were wandering around Chinatown sipping our boba teas when we stumbled upon this perfect little street. We had to take photos there! We had just finished up a meeting with Yestadt Millinery where I got a new straw hat that I can’t wait to show you guys.

I wore some of my favorite basics: a Free People top, AG ripped jeans and new boots thrifted from Crossroads. It made for a perfect rainy day look. Of course a big hat to protect my hair from the rain!

I hope you’re all enjoying the end of your week!

Love,

R.

xx

In this look… Free People top, thrifted boots from Crossroads, jeans c/o AG jeans, moon necklace c/o Ax and Apple and Yestadt Millinery hat.

Photographs by Noelle

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6 Comments

  1. Olivia Fleming
    6 years ago

    Such a gorgeous outfit! Boho and grunge and always adorable! Love these magical photos– what a lovely little place to find in the big city!
    xoxo

    http://theindiegirl.com

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  2. Diane Hoang
    6 years ago

    This is such a lovely location! I love how the brown of your hat is also at the seams of your boots!

    xx, Diane || http://www.modernisticphoenix.blogspot.com

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  3. Gabriela
    6 years ago

    Love your pants!

    http://www.kolorowadusza.com

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  4. Agoprime
    6 years ago

    I LOVE YOUR SHIRT, VERY AMAZING OUTFIT!!
    http://www.agoprime.it

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  5. Jodi
    6 years ago

    Great thriftstore find. Your boots look brand new. Love them.

    http://www.thrumypeepers.com

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  6. SAMANTHA
    6 years ago

    It’s a very famous street you stumbled upon! It’s named “Bloody Angle” from all of the gang fights that went on there 🙂 Also Nom Wah Tea Parlor right behind you is hands down the best Dim Sum and creator of the first Egg Roll (or so they claim)
    http://www.scoutingny.com/chinatowns-bloody-angle-a-trip-down-doyers-street/

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