Date Night Outfit: Sidewalk Cafe

Written by on Monday, April 5th, 2010 with 8 comments


With NYC having been blessed this past Easter weekend with ah-may-zing weather,  I saw quite a few women dressed up in a sweet assortment of rompers. Rompers are a perfect outfit for this time of year because it can easily be dressed up or down, according to your fabulous wknd plans.

And since Spring is officially here, many restys & lounges have opened up their outdoor seating conveniently located on…the sidewalk! So what better way to show off those gams to your date (and the public) than in this fabulush D.N.O…

Date Night Outfit – Sidewalk Cafe
Navy Romper, Statement Necklace, Open-Toe Suede Booties, Cross Body/Shoulder Bag

Fashionista Outy: BCBGMAXAZRIA Micro Sateen Romper, Kenneth Jay Lane Chunky Chain, Opening Ceremony Open Toe Platform Wedge Suede BootiesBotkier Brooklyn Snake Cross Body Hobo

Frugalista Outy: Only Hearts So Fine Keyhole Romper, Knotted Multi-Chain Necklace, Juicy Couture Gillian Open Toe Suede Booties, TopShop Leather Chain Cross Body Bag

Time Out NY has an excellent list of NYC restaurants with outdoor seating HERE.

Dahlings – have you been to a sidewalk cafe recently and…what did you wear?


p.s. – Don’t forget to add your fabulush self to my Google Friend Connect Widget and RSS feed for MG! XOXO

8 Comments on “Date Night Outfit: Sidewalk Cafe”

  1. Hasn’t the weather been the best? It will be 80 Wed!

    Love sidewalk cafes and actually managed to hit up two this weekend, no rompers though, jeans one day and a fun spring dress the next.

    Love NYC in the spring!

  2. Super cute! I did wear a similar style dress last weekend to dinner and bars with short sleeves and a little belt around the waist. Going that short makes me a little nervous but with flat ballet shoes it was perfect! Size is key though so make sure you choose right! (No one wants know if your underwear matches!)

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