Juliana Chow New York

I am finally home! The past three weeks in The Big Apple has been incredibly exciting. I hope you followed along the journey on social media! For as long as I can remember I’ve wanted to go to New York City, and when I finally got the chance, I took it.

I have learned and experienced so much, that it’s really no surprise that I was so exhausted every time we came back to the hotel. The new impressions all around definitely consumed a lot of your energy through the day. I discovered so many cool areas and small cafés, which will all be shared in a New York City guide coming up within the next couple of days.

I wish I would have had more time to write about November’s blog theme, which is why I will continue on with the confidence posts here and there, besides the usual posts. It will all end in a big surprise (so watch out for it!).

Here is one of my favorite looks from the trip shot in the streets of Manhattan. I’ve been loving these trousers ever since I bought them, and I was super lucky to find a shirt that matched the exact color on one of the many shopping sprees we were on. I paired the look with some leather over the knee boots. The outfit is comfortable and sporty, without trying too hard, aka casual chic, if I may.

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  • Oh my god.. You’re so pretty! I love your blog, it really looks so pretty!

    • Thank you so much. I’m so glad you like it ?

  • Hi Juliana! The lighting in these pictures is amazing! I can’t wait to check out your city guide to see what sorts of things you experienced on your trip. Cheers!

    • Thank you! Yes, stay tuned for that 😉

  • Just discovered your blog! Nice post and photos 🙂

  • You’re so beautiful! And ughhh blog goals!

    • Aww, you’re so sweet ?Thank you, thank you

  • I love NYC, especially this time of year! Did you have time to see all of the shops and tree decorated for Christmas??

    • I’m totally obsessed with NYC too after this trip! ?Yes, we spent Thanksgiving and I got to be there on Black Friday (which luckily wasn’t as chaotic as I’d imagined!). I saw the crazy Christmas decorations on the Saks Fifth Avenue building, and the tree at Rockefeller, though we missed the tree lightning that’s happening tonight! ?Other than that, I think we saw it all, and I loved it.

  • Great post and the photos are simply amazing! I’ve written a post about New York, if you want read it! http://buff.ly/1XxyWZc

    • Thanks! Cool, I’ll check it out 🙂

  • Akif

    Welcome home and great look you have. Wish you good luck for future posts! stay blessed

  • The Gifted Gabber

    Wow!! That sunlight = amazing!!
    You are gorgeous and the outfit is great! So excited for you that you realized your dream of visiting NYC. I live in the states and have yet to go! It’s on my list! — Amy @ https://thegiftedgabber.com

    • Aww, thank you!! Yes, it’s a relief to get that off my bucket list! I met so many people in NY that asked me what it was like in Europe because they’ve never been outside the states (which really is no wonder, because the country is HUGE). Still for me, it seems so odd that they were so interested in what it’s like in Europe because I’ve personally always been so interested in the US. Guess that’s how it is when you live in two different continents, haha! ?

  • I’d love to go to New York some day but as I live in the middle of Europe it’ll be hard for me to get there… Nice post!

    • I live in Europe too, and before I went to NY I had never been outside of Europe! Sure, the flight was a bit long, but besides that I found that it’s really not that difficult to get around the world 🙂 Nowadays, plane tickets are so cheap from what they used to, especially if you go off-season. Once you go, the world will seem much smaller, and more approachable!

  • Fatima

    Wow! You look fab! I love the pictures. Great to know that you are from NYC. Its already in my travel list.

    Fatima – http://www.blogsbyfa.com

    • Thank you! Yes, NYC was a great experience, and is a fantastic travel destination. I’m sure you’ll love it!

  • Your blog looks so professional as do the pictures <3

    • Aww thanks, Caroline! ?? It means a lot!

  • Beautiful pictures! You look stunning as well, Julia! What do you use to edit your pictures? I really love the consistent theme in the colors of the pictures!! 🙂
    Keep it up!


    • Thank you! ☺️ I’m not an expert at using filters and editing colors in Photoshop (I use mostly use that for graphic design), so I actually export the photos onto my iPhone, and edit them in VSCOcam. It sounds complicated, but I find editing the photos on my phone makes the process so much easier (+ a faster way to post them on Instagram too)!

  • NYC looked amazing, and you look great! Love that look for taking in the city!

  • Yamini

    You look stunning! Your outfit, background and lighting is absolutely perfect.

    • Aww thanks so much, you’re too kind! ? We were so lucky to catch the sunlight from the perfect angle. It took some time with a lot of people walking by staring at us, haha. It was worth it, though, and I’m glad you like the photos.

  • I remember my first time in NY as it was yesterday! Such a cool and inspiring city 🙂 Loving your pictures too!

    • Thank you! I’m glad you like them. Yes, NY is incredible, and there is still so much that I didn’t get to see. I’ll definitely be back soon! ?

  • Excellent article!

  • As usual your photos are gorgeous! Where are the pants from? Theyre awesome, I’m always hunting for the perfect pair of black trousers but I have yet to find them, those look like they may be it!

    • Thank you, Karina! ?The pants are from ZARA, but I don’t think they are available anymore. Though do check out ZARA anyway, because they always carry fitted pants similar to these ones, that in comes in many different styles. Hope that helps!

  • Lovely outfit! I hope you enjoy your trip!

    Sempiternal Adventures

  • great outfit.

  • You are so pretty! And NYC it’s amazing! <3


  • These photos are amazing! And NYC will be always a magical place <3


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