YES, it's happening, in just a few short weeks! I've been a few times already but it's been years and I'm old enough now to appreciate it that much more. Strangely enough (insert sarcastic yet playful tone), in my planning, I've found myself doing some online...browsing.
(I've only done a teeny bit of actual shopping).
There are things you can buy there, of course, but there are things you need to take with you and have from day one, and here are some of those things.
if you're anything like me, which you probably are if you're reading this, comfortable footwear doesn't mean a pair of Crocs. I think it is definitely possible to be comfortable and cute, but maybe at more of a cost than a pair of Crocs or Sketchers. No offense.
Here are my faves
I did buy the 3rd pair, just because I couldn't resist any longer. I'm so glad I did; they are perfect. I can't say yet if they're going to be comfortable for day long walking, but so far I'm in love with them.
These are all available at Nordstrom.
Another thing to bring is a backpack!
Ideally, you want one that zips closed, just because of the petty crime there, but as long as you're careful, I think you could take anything you like.
Again, available at Nordstrom (and/or Topshop and/or anywhere that carries D&B).
I always check Nordstrom first because it's where I work and I do appreciate my employee discount. I mean...
4. Dooney & Burke
Well, I better stop blogging and get back to "watching hockey" with my husband...I hope I can have the remote real soon.