June 5, 2017

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, NY

A mile worth of museums?!

Usually every time I watch a movie based around Central Park in New York City, a very familiar building usually is featured in the background. Now I'm happy to finally get to see it in person and also learned that I've been near it so many times, I'm surprised I didn't get to see it before.

When I think of Central Park, I think of many fun park activities, but I also think of museums. One thing a lot of people don't know about central park, is the fact that is surrounded by museums. So many, 5th Avenue located along the East side of Central Park is named Museum Mile. I was really surprised to find this little fact upon visiting the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and one of my all time favorite, the Metropolitan Museum of Art. 

For this outfit look, I decided to spice things up. While looking for new clothing items to wear, I came across this burgundy jumper from H&M. At first I didn't know how to wear it, or where to wear it, but I still decided to take the challenge. Since, is summer time and I love to feel fresh during this season, so I paired this jumper with a pair of white pants from Express. To finish this look, I wore a pair of white sneakers and my to-go summer white fedora hat. Why so much white you might ask? I decided to go with white because for some reason, I have noticed that burgundy looks more fancy and more chic when is mixed with white. Plus, I was also got inspired by the simplicity of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, from its color to its round edges. 

If you live in New York and haven't visit this historical location, I suggest to get to it this summer. And if you're traveling to New York anytime soon, I also suggest to visit this location and all the other museums as well, after all, there's a mile worth of them to see. 

Photos by Dimitri Ramos Exclusively for Javiortiz.com


 Burgundy Jumper  

Express White Pants

Converse White Sneakers 

Forever White Fedora Hat 

Zenni Optical Eyeglasses 

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