You won't believe how much I spent on this baseball cap

jcpenney hat
jcpenney hat

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!

be chic mag blog
be chic mag blog

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. 

fashion baseball cap
fashion baseball cap
lower east side blogger
lower east side blogger

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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be chic mag street style

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san Gennaro feast
san Gennaro feast

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.