You won't believe how much I spent on this baseball cap
Before heading out to the annual San Gennaro Feast in Manhattan's Little Italy, I snapped some photos because I absolutely loved how well this inexpensive baseball cap looked and felt.
I bought it earlier this week for a scheduled Facebook Live with a magazine that had to be postponed because of Hurricane Irma. And guess how much I spent? $8. Yes- you read that right. Only $8!
FYI, this post is not sponsored but I had a JCPenney gift card and I stopped by the Herald Square location to pick up a few autumn-related items to feature on the Facebook Live segment. I hope we can reschedule, but either way I'm planning on hosting a chat on my channel this coming week.
Baseball cap for your outfit
Anyone else still carry around a pair of flats when walking in heels or booties? As a (native) New Yorker I usually walk everywhere and cannot bear being in heels for too long. What about you? Let me know; I want to hear all about it. (Thanks for leaving your comments on my Instagram feed!)
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Try to catch the San Gennaro Feast before it's over. Your last day to stop by for Italian food and pastries, free entertainment and carnival games is September 24.