What To Wear, See & Do This Weekend In NYC

Apr 13th 2012 2 Comments

WEAR: A Tangerine Dress.

Oh how I heart a dress in a gorg color. This Nanette Lepore Heartbreaker dress (love the name, btw) has just the right mix of spring color & casual-chic style. The length is perf to wear during the day with ballet flats for your girl’s brunch. In the eve, change into a pair of fabulush platform sandals for that weekend date night with your beau. Adore.

SEE: Burlesque-A-Pades After Dark

The glamorous Angie Pontani joins forces with maverick bandleader Brian Newman for a supper-club-style evening of hot burlesque and cool jazz in the East Village. The night sees Angie, her sister Helen and the entire World Famous Pontani Sisters clan take the stage, along with the Maine Attraction; they’ll be bumping ’n’ grinding to tunes supplied by Newman and his quintet, who are joined by vocalist Kiki Boom Boom. via timeoutny.com

Where: Drom, 85 Ave A, (between 5th and 6th Sts)

DO: Bust Magazine Craftacular and Food Fair

Every year, this girl-power indie mag selects unique vendors to sell jewelry, home goods, clothing and gifts for a one-day bazaar. Scoop up Twig Terrariums hanging glass sculptures ($50–$300, or $25 for a DIY kit), New York Couture cheeseburger-emblazoned tees ($120), the Elixery home-made lipsticks ($18), and Brooklyn Charm state-specific bracelets and necklaces ($16). Once you’re shopped out, jam to music from Sheila B and Silent Drape Runners. via timeoutny.com

Where: 82 Mercer St between Broome and Spring Sts. 

Have a fabulush weekend my dahlings!!!


2 Comments to “What To Wear, See & Do This Weekend In NYC”

  1. Love the tangerine dress!!! And your shoe ideas were fab. I just recently saw a tangerine ladder sleeve top that I loved and I realized how gorgeous tangerine is. I’m def going to try out your shoes idea. Thanks!

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