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Flea-ing to Brooklyn

Saucy Glossie

Flea-ing to Brooklyn

Lindsey Calla

Hat: TJ Maxx, Top: Aqua, Sweater: Design History, Skirt: Zara, Shoes: Urban Outfitters

Today I scratched something off of my New York bucket list.. I crossed the Brooklyn Bridge by foot! But if I didn't tell you that I did it today would you look at these pictures and think I was an Italian immigrant peasant girl who just arrived in New York/America for the first time?  Minus the people in modern western clothing behind me, I think it could be possible.  I went for comfort today and just piled things on.  Apparently, without even knowing, I channeled the look of Annie Moore, the first immigrant to ever cross through Ellis Island. I found this pic while googling facts and there is a weird resemblance to my long skirt, lace up shoes, wide brim hat, and frame bag.

I have no idea where my obsession with hats came from all of the sudden.. But now I feel like I want to collect millions of them and wear them all!  Everyday! Whenever I think of hats I think of that scene in You've Got Mail where Meg Ryan says she sees a butterfly that found its way to Bloomingdale's to buy a hat that was probably a mistake, which almost all hats are.. Well, I strongly disagree.

And I would have extended my hat collection today when I met this little guy below. Turns out we were not the right fit (my head was way too small) and sadly, I had to walk away from it... brokenhearted.  I almost bought it anyway just because I loved it that much.  I might just have to put it on Missed Connections and hope that one day I find something like it in my size.

Pic from Brooklyn Flea

I also saw these amazing mirrors and tin decorative thingys

Definitely a must-do if you come to New York!