This is it – one of the biggest parties of the year where no amount of bling is considered over the top. Square sequins move like fringe on this 1920’s inspired dress, paired with a modern jacket and high shine accessories. All that’s missing now is a little confetti, champagne and a midnight kiss.
With room for only 150 skaters at a time, this intimate rink is the site of one of our favorite holiday traditions. Warm up with a hot chocolate, lace up your skates and grab your significant other (and maybe the railing) for a festive and totally New York experience.
Take festive”photos with Santa” around town and apply fun holiday themes to them before sharing to Facebook & Twitter. Don’t forget to tag them with #EXPownit so we can share in the fun.
Winter wonderland? Check. Now it’s up to you to dress the part. A festive red trench and super-soft striped beanie will do the trick. Add a pair of rhinestud gloves and metallic scarf for the perfect finishing touches.
Winter in New York is no joke. Time to bundle. A sharp peacoat, knit beanie and marled stripe scarf are understated faves that will keep you warm. (Don’t forget the flip-top gloves so you can snap candids on your phone.)
No need to argue over what restaurant to go to tonight, because you can dine everywhere! Hit up one spot for appetizers, another spot for entrees, a third for dessert – and of course, a few cocktails along the way.
• 1 oz. gin or Cognac
• 1/2 oz. Cointreau orange liqueur
• 1/2 oz. lemon juice
Pour the lemon juice, gin, and Cointreau into a cocktail shaker with ice cubes. Shake well. Strain into a chilled Champagne flute. Carefully fill with Champagne.
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