As you can imagine our honeymoon to New York was pretty much the best thing ever! John and I both agree it was so interesting to spend our honeymoon in such a big city surrounded by people, yet it felt like we were pretty much in our own little world the whole time. We’re definitely city people more than relax-on-the-beach kind of folks, and New York was really the perfect pick for us.
Last week I gave you a little glimpse into our time at Central Park, and now here are some pics we snapped with our iPhones throughout the week!
Our last Brooklyn brunch
A beautiful walk through Brooklyn looking for, what else? Brunch. | Our sweeeet loft room at the Ace hotel
We made a brief stop in Times Square and I was mostly just impressed by this sparkly McDonalds sign! | His & Hers Swatch watches
Every time we take a trip we make sure to find a photo booth and take pics as a souvenir. These were taken at the Ace Hotel | Our heart shaped hot tub in our wedding suite. Sooooo relaxing!
this bar in Brooklyn was totally awesome because: every time you bought a beer you also got a pizza. For free! | The view of Manhattan from Williamsburg
Look up! | seeing this Warhol in real life at the MoMA was outstanding!
Thanks so much for looking at our honeymoon photos!!
We don’t have our professional photos back yet, but here’s a glimpse via Facebook, Instagram and our iPhones at our awesome wedding festivities.
All hitched up!
The wedding party + cat masks
the best, most beautiful bridesmaids/friends a girl could ever ask for!
We made it through the ceremony | The luxury of being the bride!
Heart garland decoration | Bridesmaids chowing down on some cake pre-ceremony
Rehearsal dinner with my ladies! | We were so hungry here!
Here, Pretty Kitty with our husbands!
Dance floor time! | I feel like this looks a bit fake/posed but it’s totally genuine!
First dance to Yo La Tengo | Our desserts!
And just a peek at some of the fun Polaroids from our wedding photo booth!
Did you see Jessi’s post from Wednesday with her take on the Jolene Dress? Here’s the thing: Melissa, one of the owners over at Vitae Design Collective, knows us well and mentioned they had just received some pieces from Dear Creatures’ fall collection. Well we trotted over and all the pieces are so stunning it was hard to choose just one to style! We settled on this fun black and white print with a darling little bow detail.
For my style up, I decided to throw this skirt over it. I love black and white with bold colors and these shoes have been speaking to me lately even though I bought them like 3 years ago. I went minimal on the accessories (not even sure you can see my pearl earrings in these pics) because I have sold bold graphic prints already.
We live near this pretty cemetery and, creepy or not, sometimes we take our son there on walks. We did that the other day and I noticed this gorgeous mausoleum. So if you thought to yourself, “Is she in a graveyard?” the answer is a big ol’ yes! But seriously: isn’t it darling? I kept thinking a cute little hobbit was going to pop out and offer us some cookies.
Hope you’re having a great week! Mine has included a nonstop puking baby, becoming mayor of my dentist’s office on foursquare (ugh), and endless meetings at work. However, it’s Friday! So things are going up from here.
Another big thanks to Vitae for letting us borrow such a lovely dress for a few hours!
Outfit details: Dress :: c/o Vitae Design Collective | Skirt :: Hill Vintage | Flats :: Charlotte Russe | Belt :: gift from Jessi
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Love. This. Dress. Love it!
We at Here Pretty Kitty are very fortunate to have friends in high places. And for this first installment of Double Trouble our good friends at Vitae Design Collective in the Des Moines East Village so graciously let us borrow this fabulous Dear Creatures dress for an afternoon. We took it, we styled it, we loved it, and then we had to give it back… But it was fun while it lasted!
One thing I love about this dress is that it’s different than anything else I have in my closet. I don’t typically buy long-sleeved dresses, and if I do I often end up shortening the sleeves. What can I say, unless there’s a cardigan involved I’m just not a long-sleeve kind of girl.
This was an interesting number to style because, while we both fell in love with it, we realized that the dress is so great on its own it didn’t need much help. But, obviously, we found a way!
If it was cooler outside you better believe I’d be throwing some colored tights under this bad boy. But, since September’s only just begun (and its still 90 degrees every day….) I couldn’t bring myself to slip into tights just yet, no matter how cute it would be. Ankles booties though? Bring em on. And I wanted to wrap a cool summer scarf around my neck but couldn’t bring myself to cover up the darling neckline detail. Thus, the scarf in my hair. And finally I decided it was the perfect time to break out this amazing vintage purse a friend recently gave me. The bag is a real gem and again, unlike anything else in my closet.
I can’t say enough good things about this dress. It’s lightweight and so comfortable and could easily be worn to work or out for dinner and drinks with friends (mojitos and small plates anyone??? Yes please!) All in all an A+ from me!
Check back soon for Marlena’s take on this little lady!
Outfit details: dress : Dear Creatures c/o Vitae | scarf, belt :: thrifted | booties :: Charlotte Russe | earrings :: gift, Ragstock | sunnies :: forever21 | purse :: gift, thrifted
It’s Chicago trip week here on the blog! A few weeks ago we headed to Chicago for my birthday weekend and John’s birthday weekend (that’s Jessi’s fiance). We had a blast and decided to kick the week off with some favorite pics we took.
Elevator fun! | We brought our own straws to the bar!
Vegan lemon-raspberry cupcake at Chicago Diner | Crazy cat wall at Kokorokoko
We heart brunch! | AMAZING red velvet French toast
Driving boredom | More driving boredom!
Joey loved snuggling on my duffle | Jessi got a fox tail for her phone!
Kim, me, and Jessi at the She & Him concert | I also snapped a pic at Kokorokoko: love this cat senior pic