NYC Street Art
If you want an Instagram-able photo, just head to any of NY’s street art and you’re bound to get the distinctive look that you’re hoping for. I personally love street art and apparently am instilling an appreciation of it to Juliet who stops to admire and talk about the art she sees along our pathways. The Lower East Side’s Allen and Delancey area is one of these perfect stops for photo opps. We headed there today and found nearly a dozen cool graffiti walls to choose from within a 1 block radius!
Being that her half birthday just passed, I thought this was the perfect wall to shoot in front of. (Now she’s 3.5 years old!) Definitely not a baby anymore.
Her outfit consists of new back-to-school finds from The Children’s Place (skirt, socks and ankle boots) along with the puppy purse and nerd glasses already in her arsenal of accessories. This is the look she’ll give you if you try and call her ‘baby.’
As if this wall wasn’t awesome enough, it is surrounded by several other colorful backdrops like this cool, claw one.
This girl loves candy. And I’m not gonna lie, sometimes I bribe her to pose a little longer with me if she’s not naturally feelin’ it.
Below, she is wearing a Ba Ba Bling tee for which she is a brand ambassador for. We love this graffiti style New York printed tee because it’s edgy, cool and perfect for our NYC kid.
It’s paired with polka dot stretchy pants from The Children’s Place. which as you can tell, I’m a fan of for their fall collection this year!
On Orchard and Delancey was this can’t miss, bright sunny yellow wall which drew us in. It’s such a fun pop of color isn’t it?
I wish more of NY was painted in vibrant colors like these!
Stay tuned for more NYFW coverage where Juliet and I covered all the kids’ fashion shows together. And follow our daily adventures through our Instagram stories and feed!