Confessions of a #FashionBlogger | The Weekend pt. 2 (Brunch Attire & MORE)

This weekend.... Well Saturday we full of fun activities.
If you follow me on snapchat (drakesrighthand) or instasnap (Drakes_right_hand) you probably saw the events that took place. 

First..BRUNCH: Solace Bar & Grill, Broadway
Of course this was my "Brunch Attire" and since Saturday was the perfect weather (not too cold, not too hot), I decided to wear this little number.
Outfit details:
Floral button down shirt- H&M (SOLD OUT)
Faux leather skirt- ASOS (SOLD OUT)
Pale pink oxfords- Primark 

Next, on the hunt for #TheNewALLEN  Murals, Allen St.
If  you remember my last couple of post(s) I've been on the hunt for street graffiti around NYC and I found some great one's (#StreetStylinwithTammy). 
This time I was on the hunt for one in particular, which unfortunately was replace. 
But no worries.. My friend was able to find the butterfly wings mural down on Allen Street and of course she was in LOVE. 
So we took a few photos there... well I took some photos of her, Lol.
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(You take my photo, I take your photo
PLEASE contact me.

Next, A walk down on Stanton St.
See, this is what I love about the summer time. 
You get to walk around and explore things that you had no idea was there. 
While on our walk- chit/chatting, looking FIERCE we came across so may cool spots, rooftop hotels, bars and even more murals. 
I must admit.. Stanton St. may just be my FAV block. 
It has SO much to offer and there are at least FIVE restaurants that I want to try. 
Stanton St. is also where I took the picture above. 
Hey, It's NO mural/NYC street art but it is ALL BLACK just how I like it and it made for a FIERCE photo.

Frozen Drinks at Sweet and Vicious NYC , Spring St. 
We needed to cool off from all of that walking so decided to cool off here and get some water Frozen margarita's. 
I had mango, Sojo had Guava.

Dinner, The Masalawala, Essex St. 
Tammy's "Fun Fact"... I LOVE Indian Food. 
With all of the walking we did and drinking we were hungry AGAIN so we stopped into this comfy restaurant to get some Indian food.
I love how this restaurant we so intimate yet very family style. 
The owner was so nice and he made us feel welcomed.
At one time when the food came out he told us to stop snapping and eat, lol but it (the food) was GREAT.
I had Chicken Tikka masala with the coconut rice and Sojo had the chicken tikka roll. 
We also has a side of garlic naan bread and vegetable samosa, which we shared. 
The food was AMAZING.. I would recommend. 5 STARS!!!

More drinks, outlet to charge our phones, more drinks & cool vibes, No Fun, Ludlow St. 
We should've went home right after dinner right?? WRONG. 
It's Summer 17' and New York NEVER sleeps so we shouldn't either, lol
Needless to say... This was our LAST stop before we went home. 

And on Sunday we... REST!

What did you do over the weekend?

**P.S- I am sorry for the lack of pictures. 
I notice that whenever I go out I take a lot of videos and less photos.
Blame Boomerang, snapchat & Instasnap, lol 

L O C A T I O N | All over the LES (Lower East Side)

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