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    What to Wear in NYC

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    It’s true what they say: there’s no place quite like New York City. Arts enthusiasts can enjoy a Broadway show and get lost in the galleries at world-class institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) and The Guggenheim. For fashion lovers, NYC is practically the epicenter for all things street style, where visitors can admire a seemingly endless parade of sartorial inspiration. Shopping options are abundant, from the iconic Fifth Avenue to designer vintage at What Goes Around Comes Around in SoHo to picturesque boutiques like Kiwi in Brooklyn. Often, the best strategy for sightseeing and shopping in a city as stimulating as NYC is to pick a neighborhood and let the mood lead the way.

    “New York fashion, just like the city itself, is a wild mixtape of styles, like you decided to hit shuffle on your wardrobe,” says Kristina Lopez Adduci, founder and CEO of the luxury smoking accessories brand House of Puff. After living in the city for more than 20 years, Lopez Adduci has learned that a key part of nailing NYC style is mixing high and low pieces.

    Take the quintessential stylish New Yorker, “Sex and the City”‘s Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker), whose daily rotation of ‘fits often included unexpected pairings of luxury labels and vintage finds.

    “It’s throwing on a Chanel bag with Crocs, rocking a vintage tee you snagged from Beacon’s Closet, slipping into your Levi’s jeans, and then sliding into those Bottega boots you’d trade your firstborn for,” Lopez Adduci says.

    New Yorkers, she explains, also have the tailored-top-meets-wide-leg-trouser combo “down to an art form,” and when considering footwear, practicality usually comes out on top. “We’re smart about our shoe game, especially when it comes to conquering those subway stairs.”

    Check out the agenda ahead for what to wear and what to do in New York City.

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