As only happens in New York, at that moment a group of young models walked by.

Kim Kardashian, 31, and Kanye West, 34, seem to be savoring their time together in the Big Apple with a whirlwind of dates.

Their Manhattan romp continued Thursday night when Kardashian, stunning in sky-high black heels and a creme-colored blouse, dined with the rapper and three friends, including makeup artist Joyce Bonelli, at Cafeteria.

As we approached the Beekman, my walk down memory lane was overtaken by a feeling of sheer embarrassment.

Respectable-looking couples were pulling up to the hotel, the women dressed in beautiful summer dresses, with not a single bathing suit in sight.

Even the two-block walk to the Beekman Hotel, where I had strategically scheduled my date, evoked an eerie déjà vu.

There the they were—the stares, the winks, the head-to-toe evaluations—all that unnecessary sexual attention I had shaken off at the same time that my confidence had learned to exist independently.

We both agreed that I had nailed down Kim’s look, yet I didn’t really feel like her.

Rather than exuding femininity or sensuality or any other Kim-esque qualities, I felt more like the mid-20s version of myself, ready to head out to (the original) Bungalow 8 and tap into whatever debauchery the night had in store.

(Which is not to say that we aren't still totally jealous.) So what better way to celebrate their two years of wedded bliss than with a look back on some of the most absurd aspects of the day Kim Kardashian became Mrs. The Kardashian clan flew to Paris for pre-wedding parties, including a rehearsal dinner at Versailles (pictured above). For the famous Kardashian's walk down the aisle, she donned a couture Givenchy gown (custom made, of course) that featured long lace sleeves, a mermaid silhouette, illusion cutouts at the waist, and a cathedral-length veil. That Damn Flower Wall Ahh, the flower wall that started it all…