The city is stunning this time of year. Central Park is full of gorgeous Fall color, with the leaves in all their golden glory. There is a chill in the air, but it's far from cold, just enough for you start layering creatively and maybe breaking out some tights and boots!
Since I love monochromatic dressing, and millenial pink is the color of the season, this outfit combo was a no brainer! The pale pink hue is pretty much universally flattering and works just as well for Fall as it did for Summer. This cozy coat was a steal from Macy's, and will probably get cheaper in a few weeks before selling out. Paired with a vintage Karen Millen tulle skirt and a soft fluffy cashmere sweater, you are good to go in style!
Now that you've got your look on point, here are some of my favorite things to do on a beautiful Fall day in the city!
Wander through Central Park
As you can see from the photos, Central Park is stunning this time of year. And since there is still plenty of sun and the temps are not too bad, enjoy some time outdoors taking in the scenery.
Check out the seasonal updates in your fave restaurants
The rooftop garden at Eataly has now been converted to Baita, a cozy lodge inspired by the Italian Alps. The McKittrick Hotel will be opening The Lodge any day now, a cozy new update to the summery Gallow Green. Check out some of your favorite spots to see what seasonal updates they have
Catch up on museum hopping
Summer in the city makes you want to be out all day everyday. When things cool down a bit, check out your favorite museums and galleries for new exhibits. Experiencing art is the perfect way to spend a day if you don't want to be outside all day.
What are some of your favorite ways to spend a Fall day in the city?