I never thought of New York City as a romantic place.
Don't get me wrong- I love it there and I know it's where a lot of romantic comedies happen.
But to me urban doesn't seem to equate to romance.
But then I saw these photos by Irene Suchoki and I was smitten with the idea of jetting to there for a romantic getaway with Mr. Branflake.
So, thanks to Irene I am now looking at NYC in a totally different light.
A light that's a little diffused and much softer than I remembered.
And maybe has a bit of a vintage 1940's flair to it.
And when I get there I'm thinking I'll be wearing this.
(Can you count how many bows there are? Excessive is my middle name!)
|earrings, dress, hat, necklace, coat, bag, shoes, perfume|
Is NYC romantic to you?
What are your favorite New York City romantic comedies?
(Mr. Branflake loves to quote You've Got Mail... "Don't cry, Shop girl, don't cry..." whenever I frown).