Dressed to the Nines at the Easter Promenade

28 Mar

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A NYC tradition that has lasted well over 100 years occurs every Easter just passed noon. This is when NYers  wear their most creative Easter bonnet or dress up as though they were time travelers from the Gilded Age of the Vanderbilts and Rockefellers walking up 5th Ave. wearing there best attire. Some folks celebrated Easter services at St. Patrick’s Cathedral or some of the other churches on 5th Ave. between 56th and 48th Sts. and then took to the streets to marvel at the creativity NYers have. It’s not really a parade but more of a promenade for the 1%ers and those that really want to look like them even if it’s just for a day.  It was a fun time and must see after Easter brunch.

 

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