Park Slope Farmer’s Market


Outfit Details

Burberry Jacket (old, similar here, less expensive version here), Loft Top (also loving this) Gap Jeans, Hunter Boots

My favorite weekends are those where we have no plans and can relax at home.  Last weekend we did just that – we relaxed most of the time and explored the other part. On Saturday night, we watched a show on famous pizza shops in New York City and one of them happened to be in Park Slope! We decided that on Sunday we would take a nice stroll to Luigi’s Pizza and taste their famous slice. It was a beautiful day and we were very excited. We walked over one mile through a part of our neighborhood we’ve never been, passing by restaurants and cafes we added to our list of to try one day. As we approached the small shop, hot and hungry, we noticed the door was locked and the shop was closed! Sad and defeated, we walked away, hoping we could find a similar easy lunch option. When we first moved to Park Slope we discovered the farmer’s market down the street from our apartment which is open Wednesdays and Sundays throughout the year! We stumbled upon the market again and decided to cook a healthy lunch instead!


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I wore this white, wool Burberry trench which I received on my 25th birthday. I forget about it every year and as soon as I remember I have it, I overdo the wearing at the end of the season.  I have worn it with every outfit recently!

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My Hunter boots are a staple in my wardrobe.  I wear them year round in any weather condition. I tend to wear them most often with jeans or leggings but looking forward to pairing them with skirts and dresses this spring!

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This Loft top has spring written all over it.  I am loving light colors this season such as this blue hue and blush pink. The bell sleeve and light stripes are two of my favorite details and will be a staple for my spring wardrobe. I’ve paired this top with ripped jeans and flats and have a vision of wearing a midi skirt with it on warmer days.


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