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Warming Up In NYC!

Submitted by on April 17, 2013 – 5:39 pm2 Comments

The hibernating Winter days are almost over allowing Spring weather to finally bestow its blessings upon us in New York City! Many people were confused about how to dress considering that the weather jumped from low 30s to the 80s the next day. Most of us have our Summer clothing still in storage. So it was a fun and interesting afternoon out in Washington Square Park and Union Square to see how people were dressed.

Meet Josh, our Super Intern. He converted his jeans into a pair of shorts by cropping them, and folding the hem. Unsure of what 80 degrees Fahrenheit might feel like, he wore a thick fleece button-down with the sleeves rolled up in case the temperature dropped later in the evening.

A popular fashion transition into spring was to roll up the pant legs for the capri look.

(We’re looking at the girl with the Beetle Juice pants here.)

Specialty bags were a great way to get noticed.

The jazz band came out to entertain Washington Square Park.

As soon as they got off the center stage, this dance group took over.

While they were dancing, this guy got arrested for abusing his “free hugs” cardboard sign and asking for “adult hugs” and throwing a can at someone for refusing.

And while all these things were happening, this woman took a break from the world.

If you haven’t been to New York, spring is the time to visit! Not only is the weather at it’s best, but the people are much happier now that they can get their dose of vitamin D.  Come visit!

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