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Jumpsuit: Forever 21 | Crossbody bag: Rebecca Minkoff | Sunglasses: Le Specs – Matte Stone | Sandals: Steve Madden Irenee | Hat: Nordstrom

This get up was worn the first full day of our US Open trip. We were wiped out after traveling Thursday so we slept in late Friday and headed out looking for a place that still served brunch at 1…haha. We stumbled upon Bubby’s in our search for the ‘best pancakes’ in NYC. Although it didn’t have the best pancakes, it still hit the spot and we were so lucky because it was practically right under the High Line. So after brunch we walked the beautiful High Line and got to see some of the most scenic views of the city. During our walk we stumbled upon cool artwork, delicious food vendors, and the prettiest gardens. We also ventured over to Chelsea Piers and basically walked the whole pier. It was beautiful. We saw the most amazing boats and yachts, and also attempted to just walk onto one. Almost.

After that Trey let me pick where we would head next, since we explored all of Chelsea Piers for him. So I chose Cha Cha Matcha because I love everything matcha green tea. It is the cutest place where all the cutest girls hang. Literally, only girls were drinking, eating, and hanging out there. It is a single guy’s dream/nightmare (if you’re not into pink and green tea girl stuff). I ordered a coconut matcha latte and a matcha donut croissant. Literally the best donut croissant I’ve ever had. I snap-chatted the whole thing but regret not saving a picture.

We then headed back to the hotel for a quick break, then headed to Penn Station to take the LIRR to US Open grounds! It was a glorious sight as we approached the gates. The grounds were huge with so many stadiums and matches to choose from. Trey was like a kid in a candy store. We would jump into any stadium hoping to catch a match going on, then jump right out to go to the next one. There were also so many tennis apparel stores and food vendors to choose from. I was more excited about shopping and eating then tennis. But that quickly changed because we got to watch some exciting matches. I lost my voice by the third day from cheering and yelling so much.

That night we got to watch Nadal and Kuznetsov play. It was so much fun. And for the next 3 days we would be at Billie Jean King National Tennis Center from 10 am to midnight.

 

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