Mini Vacation

When my closest friend moved from NY to Boston last Summer I promised I would visit, and I did just a year later. With everything going on in both of our lives it was hard to find a weekend or the right time but we made the right time as I hopped a train from NY this past week and made my way North to see her. With only two days we didn't have enough time to take on the whole city but we did make it to a few quaint spots in town.

What I Wore: Tie Neck Paisley Dress c/o Romwe , Shoes Huarache Espadrille, Bracelets: Blake Mini Cuff & Dayja Mini Cuff Kendra Phillip Jewelery c/o,  Sunglasses: Cordoba Polette Eyewear c/o

Here is a roundup of my mini trip and places to visit in Boston:

Boston Harbor: Unfortunately I did not have enough time here but, there are endless amount of activities that you can do in the area from boat rides to whale watching and everything in between. Grab a bite at the market and sit song the water for a relaxing afternoon.

J.P. Licks : Who does not love ice cream? J.P. Licks has been around for 30 years and is a staple in Boston .

Newberry Street : Labeled as Boston's most enchanting street these 8 blocks are filled with shops (everything from All Saints to Chanel) and place to eat including great outdoor spots.

My stop: Lunch at Cafeteria Boston
Must Try: Cafeteria Taco Salad & The cucumber Lemon Rickey Mocktail (muddled lime & mint with cucumbers and lemons topped with soda water)

Boston Public Garden : A beautiful curated park with a Victorian touch. The gardens are filled with vibrant flowers and unusual plants. Have more than a day there? Take a Swan Boat Ride and enjoy a trip around the pond.