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Fashion Blogger Photo Shoot in My Hood, Just One of the Perks of Living in NYC


I love working in Soho and I must say one of the perks of living in New York, is that yes, you are pretty much in the middle of it all. I like to call Soho my hood even though I do not live there, I do work there and I spend a lot of time there. And you never know who you will see roaming the streets. A few months ago I saw one of my favorite street style photographers Adam Katz Sinding prepping for a shoot. And another time I saw Nigel Barker walking down the street. And of course I do see the occasional fashion blogger, who may not be a house hold name but is generally well known in the fashion blogosphere. No I did not witness this actual shoot but I could have. This is Lauren Gould of the blog The Marcy Stop. If you are not familiar with her blog, be sure to check her out. She definitely has fashion blogging all sewn up and is quite the fashionista. She has great fashion sense and works with wonderful photographers. Although, this photo was not taken by a professional photographer, it certainly looks like it was. It was actually shot by a stylist and blogger by the name of Erica Lavelanet who has a blog called The Fashion Philosophy. Erica’s blog is fun, full of fashion and of course being a professional stylist you will find plenty of awesome looks. So if you are feeling like you are in a bit of a rut and need a little inspiration to look your fashion best be sure to check out both of these blogging beauties.


  1. must be exciting working in SoHo

  2. cool, I will check out their blogs.


  3. It is one of the perks in living in NYC you never know who you will bump into or see.
    Thanks for sharing these lovely bloggers who has style and grace.

  4. Oh I love Soho. So jealous that you work there. It’s one my favorite spots in NYC.

  5. It’s always interesting to discern if people shooting on the streets of NYC are bloggers or models. And it’s nice to see that these two ladies don’t Photoshop themselves into anorexia. I can’t deal with alot of fashion blogs because of that these days.

  6. Sounds like fun working in Soho. Imagine seeing great people randomly on a daily basis or so. What a beautiful surprise. Must be less boring than other jobs I know. 🙂

  7. I want to be in Soho!! Sounds like you get to experience so many cool things! 😀


  8. Awesome image – and check you out, working in the heart of the city – I think you are living the dream of many 😉

  9. I love Erica’s blog! And now I will definitely checkout Lauren’s – I love finding new blogs to follow for inspiration :). I adore SoHo as well and I’m actually moving to NYC later this year. I’m nervous but excited! One thing I’m worried about though is finding a quality photographer who can take my blog photos – my Dad does it now and unfortunately he’s not moving with me. Any tips?

  10. I’m always so envious of people who live in cities like NY. I’m planning on going to Taipei for 6 months next year, so that will be a change of scenery for me. 🙂

  11. New York City offers any fashion blogger an infinite amount of possibilities…history, texture, landscape murals, I could go on and on!

    Accidental Icon

  12. really nice post!! cool outfit 😉
    Check it out my new post: http://honeyandcotton.org/elegant-and-wedding-dresses/

  13. I miss Soho! I used to go to school downtown and discovered my love of shopping in Soho, haha. This photo is gorgeous as well and captures such a great downtown vibe!

    little luxury list formerly Chic ‘n Cheap Living

  14. Will definitely check out their blogs!

  15. Great rec’s! I’m always look for new bloggers to follow.
    NYC would be such a killer place to shoot! Would love to visit sometime and see the city- such a vibrant place!

    Le Stylo Rouge

  16. Thanks for the tip! Loving the outfit. Just a bit jealous of your neighbourhood 🙂

  17. Wow such a cool place to work in! Thanks for sharing those girls blogs. Great post!
    Obsessed Fashion Blog

  18. Although I live in NY, I love seeing bloggers take photos around the city. Its almost like a sneak peak into how others view the city. 🙂


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