We’re still on Saturday, July 8. As you can see in my previous article we already strolled through Lower East Side, Chinatown, and Little Italy this day.
We made a quick stop at a hip café to edit a bunch of iPhone photos and to change outfits. At this time I wore Stan Smith from Adidas Originals again, super comfortable green shorts, and an oversized linen T-Shirt, both from COS. Shades are from YUN Berlin.
You know guys it was super hot the whole week in the big apple and therefore I had to combine my outfits cleverly. We were on the go from the early morning until sunset so I had to find stylish pieces which give me comfort. I really adore COS for that. They handle it to create special styles and pieces but still remain minimalist. The shorts are purposely reaching the knees and a linen shirt is the best solution for hot days anyhow. The sunnies from my friends from YUN Berlin assumed the perfect rounding. Special note here: You can easily remove or switch the clips.
So we left Little Italy and a few blocks away we already reached SoHo (the name derives from “Southern of Houston Street“).
It definitely belongs to the most popular districts in Manhattan, for me as well. In recent history SoHo came to the public’s attention for being the location of many artists’ lofts and art galleries, but is now better known for its variety of shops ranging from trendy upscale boutiques to national and international chain store outlets. What I really love in metropolises like Berlin or New York is that you can explore a few different cities in one day. SoHo is remarkable for its famous cast-iron architecture. Cast iron was initially used as a decorative front over a pre-existing building. They could be erected quickly; some were built in only four months.