There's a strange breed of New Yorkers - well there are many - but lately I've been noticing those so utterly committed to their style that they refuse to confront the 90 degree, eyeliner-melting weather. A few questions for them: How does one squeeze into skinny jeans when it's so hot you sweat standing still? Why do you layer a blazer above a men's button down with a fringed scarf when it's so hot kids are running around naked? Are you actually comfortable in knee-high Frye's with that barely there mini-dress when it's too hot to wear leather ballet flats? Maybe it's because I didn't grow up with humidity and after six years on the East Coast I still find it to be the most miserable thing ever; maybe it's because I've determined to find a way to be stylish and comfortable even in extreme heat, which means denim cut offs, t-shirts, loads of jewelry or just a romper on the really miserable days; maybe it's because I'm actually positive I couldn't wriggle into my jeans in my not air-conditioned room. But seriously, are you able to wear the same outfit year round or do you succumb to the miserable heat that swallows this city from June to August? If so, how?!