Another outfit post from a super freezing day in New York City. I have a million layers on here and literally all my outfit posts from NY I'm wearing hats.
I ordered this t-shirt before my trip from a printing company called 'Custer Design' which is a printing company based in Newcastle. I was really pleased as it was only about £8 but really good quality for the price.  The coat I picked up from H&M another bargain at £20 in the sale. I checked the weather forecast before our trip so knew I needed to stock up on warm clothes and items which could be layered. My boots were only £30 from Zara which seemed like a steal for real leather. I literally wore these boots the whole trip as they were the only shoes I'd packed which meant I could wear socks and that would keep my feet dry in the snow.
So this day of sightseeing we visited The Metropolitan Museum, The Guggenheim Museum and Chelsea Market along with a million coffee stops and food pit stops along the way.
The Met, wow what a museum it is huge! We spent a few hours there but you could literally spent the full day there if not longer! The admission fee is $27 each but it is a suggested donation which means you can pay whatever you think is fair. It has everything from the Ancient Egyptians to modern art pieces by artists such as Jackson Pollock.
The Guggenheim again another amazing museum with the building itself being a must see if you visit NYC.
These outfit pics we took in the Chelsea area before visting Chelsea Market.
Chelsea Market is definitely a must, we loved it! Its an indoor food market with loads of cool places to eat and shops to browse too. There's a really good boutique bookstore  (Posman Books) and also a artist/flea market with local crafts.
We ate at a place called Creamline which prides itself on American classics simply made well. Wow, we ate some really good food here! Grilled cheese sandwiches and tomato soup and then deep friend Oreos. The deep fried Oreos were literally insane! I would go back to NYC if only for these they were that good. We also ate from a place called Filago which is a Sicilian pizza slice bar. We sat at the counter and ate some amazing pizza and people watched. Honestly in Chelsea market I am pretty confident you could eat from any of the places and get great food.
I will post some pics from Chelsea market and the museums soon, stay tuned.

Lisa x

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