One park goer selected to match their neon, leopard print (very Lisa Frank!) furry bucket hat to a cotton-candy pink fake fur coat. Statement sun shades with a chain-like embellishment and rainbow sneakers completed off the maximalist look. Winning the award for Most East Village was one particular person with a protracted jade inexperienced wig, orange and black striped socks, and a blue masks with a crimson pom pom on the nostril. Oh, and butterfly clips and butterfly appliqués dotted the wig as effectively.
Two outfits stood out for his or her knowledgeable layering. One girl in crimson wore a slip skirt, a patterned, tailor-made vest, crimson cowboy boots. Web-like stockings and a tangle of rings and necklaces kicked the look into excessive gear. Another particular person by the skate park wore a black and white look that was something however primary. A candy, tiered eyelet skirt and a cream blazer with a pleated bodice and a cinched waist screams “ladies who lunch.” But with chunky sneakers and a harness-like belt? Now that’s New York avenue type.