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A Glimpse at New York City Style

by Ryan Shell

One thing is almost guaranteed to happen when the weather starts to warm in New York City: people start wearing color. It happens like clockwork.

You’re always going to see people wearing black in the city, but as you’ll see below, color is starting to pop up all over the place.

Enjoy this glimpse of fashion in New York City. 

Spotted her while waiting on the 1 train at Houston.

Spotted her while waiting on the 1 train at Houston.

New York City cyclists have great style.

New York City cyclists have great style.

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Loved her floral dress.

Loved her floral dress.

A class look.

A class look.

An effortless look. Take note of how simplistic her shirt is when paired with the distressed denim and blazer. Not everything needs to be loud.

An effortless look. Take note of how simplistic her shirt is when paired with the distressed denim and blazer. Not everything needs to be loud.

A little New York City skater style.

A little New York City skater style.

Loved everything about this look. The colors are spot on.

Loved everything about this look. The colors are spot on.

This is what a model looks like undercover.

This is what a model looks like undercover.



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