November 1, 2017
There are a lot of factors that play into the perfect OOTD shot, but we can all agree that location is pretty crucial. Whether you’re a seasoned New Yorker, or just visiting for the first time, be sure to check out our recommendations for the most insta-worthy spots in NYC; guaranteed to get you likes.
The High Line
The repurposing of this closed down railway into an urban park began in 2006, and shortly after became a hot New York destination. The 1.45-mile long elevated green trail on the west side of Manhattan has countless spots for cute pics. Be sure to wear comfy walking shoes!
Down Under The Manhattan Bridge Overpass, aka DUMBO is a major hotspot for fashion photography. The red brick buildings make a great frame, the bridge in the background adds serious dimension to your shot. Be sure to take a look at the Manhattan skyline too while you’re there.
The Flat Iron Building
The unusual shape of this classic piece of NYC architecture is truly eye catching. Just north of the building there is a median where you can stand to capture the perfect angle of the building. Or you can walk along the crosswalk for cute candid shots.
It’s no secret that pink is one of the hottest colors on Instagram these days. Stop by Pietro Nolita for a tasty Italian meal and make sure to get lots of pictures. The restaurant is a pink lover’s paradise, with both the outer facade and the interior being millennial pink from top to bottom.
The New York Subway
There’s nothing more “New York” than riding the subway. So while you’re on your way to your next destination, go ahead and take some pics on the train!
Check out these spots and get snapping!
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Liz got her start in the corporate public relations department at Coach, the major American fashion brand, where she oversaw regional press and events. In time, Liz segued into the fast-paced agency world, moving to a boutique firm specializing in fashion accessories. In early 2009, with her passion, talent and eye for irresistibly chic and stylish designs, Liz set out on her own. She founded her fashion PR firm, Mariposa Communications, to provide unparalleled services to a selection of designers, whether established or on the rise. Liz currently lives in Brooklyn with her husband, 2 daughters and their dog Mackie.