Concrete Jungle

July 23, 2015



"Indiana Jones would have a hard time surviving in New York City. I'm sure physically, he would. But New York City is all mental."




Denim Dress - Need Supply // Sneakers - Vans Sk8 Hi // Karen London Heartbreaker Bolo Necklace - Alekka // Oxford Panama Hat - David and Young // Rings - Vanessa Mooney


Indiana Jones would have a hard time surviving in New York City. I'm sure physically, he would. But New York City is all mental. The monkey and the little boy comes in all shapes and form, like a bottom of a bottle, a stranger in an aerial yoga class, a one night stand. New York isn't quite straight forward as we'd think or would like. But I can tell you one thing - it's a hell of a time. And once you walk out of this city alive, it's one of the greatest feelings. You may never want to leave this concrete jungle.

I know I'm not. 


Photos by Erika of Hague NYC


July 23, 2015
"Indiana Jones would have a hard time surviving in New York City. I'm sure physically, he would. But New York City is all mental." Denim Dress - Need Supply // Sneakers - Vans Sk8 Hi // Karen London Heartbreaker Bolo Necklace - Alekka // Oxford Panama Hat - David and Young // Rings - Vanessa Mooney Indiana Jones would have a hard time surviving in New York City. I'm sure physically, he would. But New York City is all mental. Th…


"Indiana Jones would have a hard time surviving in New York City. I'm sure physically, he would. But New York City is all mental."




Denim Dress - Need Supply // Sneakers - Vans Sk8 Hi // Karen London Heartbreaker Bolo Necklace - Alekka // Oxford Panama Hat - David and Young // Rings - Vanessa Mooney


Indiana Jones would have a hard time surviving in New York City. I'm sure physically, he would. But New York City is all mental. The monkey and the little boy comes in all shapes and form, like a bottom of a bottle, a stranger in an aerial yoga class, a one night stand. New York isn't quite straight forward as we'd think or would like. But I can tell you one thing - it's a hell of a time. And once you walk out of this city alive, it's one of the greatest feelings. You may never want to leave this concrete jungle.

I know I'm not. 


Photos by Erika of Hague NYC