Thursday, March 4, 2010

T's and Button Downs At 34th Street's AE Outfitters

Today's guest staff post features Vita checking out American Eagle Outfitters on 34th Street. Thanks, Vita!


I haven’t been to American Eagle Outfitters since probably 1999, when I was in the ninth grade. I was happily surprised at the spring selection of denim shorts, tee shirts and floral dresses.

My body isn’t ready for the beach, though, so I passed by the short shorts and the dresses. Instead, I fell in love with a tee-shirt:


I love the glitter. Okay, so maybe I’m still a 15-year-old girl at heart, without the understanding that the glittery things will fall off in the first wash, but look at the detail! So pretty. ($29.50)


I saw the soft denim button-down on the mannequin so I had to try it.
















I liked the button-down in coral and orange plaid, too ($39.50), but the denim felt like the perfect snuggly boyfriend style.
















Also, pulling it over a bathing suit with these flip flops ($29.50) and the hat ($19.50)… day-dreaming about a day about the beach already! 45 degrees Fahrenheit, it’s warm enough, right?



American Eagle Outfitters, 40 W. 34th St. btwn 5th & 6th

4 comments :

39th and Broadway said...

Love AE even though I'm too old to shop there. I too am a teen at heart. Plus they are one of the few stores that has sweat/lounge/yoga pants that fit me and don't have the sky-high mom rise.

WendyB said...

The t-shirt is cute!

fashion herald said...

39th - they also have great winter coats!
Wendy -right? i may have to go get it.

cicci said...

loved the t-shirt too!! Well living in Italy is not easy to find AE stuff here, but always loved the AE style, though I'm also a 40-aged but 20-feeling woman!!!!
Hey I've just discovered thi sblog and I think wow!! really interesting posts. Any advice for a shopping list or map in new york ? I will be there from apr 17th to 24th with my husband and my 1-year old son , so we would like to do some spring-summer shopping in the big apple. ANy advice or website I can use to map and schedule our shopping tour ? we like Abercrombie stuff a lot, then GAP, Banana Republic and some Nike shoes but I would really love to shop for some original stuff too, something that you find just in NY , is is possible ?