Actress Yam Concepcion is out and about in New York looking classy in her freshly snipped bob cut. And what better way to show off a new 'do than by donning stylish outfits to match?

Check out three of our favorite looks from Yam's NYC trip below:


1. Busting out an island bag in the big city and looking every bit street chic, Yam wore her woven tote with a black sweater and a polka dot skirt, which she paired with white ankle boots that flaunt her legs. We also love how she topped off her look with a red beret and on-trend black sunglasses.

2. Easy, breezy, and a pop tropical, Yam demonstrates how to dress down a blazer for a casual day at Central Park. She wore a pair of ripped jeans with a tank top, which she layered with an oversized baby blue blazer. She finished her look with bright orange pointy-toed flats, acting as a welcome and fun contrast to her otherwise monochrome ensemble.

3. Yam's laidback look as she strolled around the Big Apple consists of a loose white button-down tucked into pair of floor-grazing wide-leg denims. Proving that simple is sleek, her no-fuss ‘fit allows for her designer Chanel purse to take center stage.


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