The moment I saw this black and white top I knew it had to be mine, not only was it my favourite
colour combination but the unusual about face graphics reminded me of a piece of art work.
I always have been fascinated with the idea of wearable art and this is something I plan to persue and
hopefully collect more pieces along the way.
Our Civic Square was the setting for this weeks shots , this area is home for the library, state government offices, police station and our Town Hall. As it was Sunday it was a quiet spot much different to during the week.It is also home to these very fine bronzes of the Tasmanian Tiger (or Thylacine) , a now extinct animal.
The last one died in a zoo in Hobart (our capital city) in 1920. Even though it is called a tiger it really was
more of a wild dog.
Standing on the steps of our Town Hall, a mid-Victorian building dating from 1867. One of the things I like
about my home town is the number of well preserved early buildings.
Black and white against the grand pillars of the Town Hall, my top is from Sarah Pacini , pants
by Moyuru, some of my black and white bangle collection,earrings purchased a thrift shop in Melbourne,
black pixie hat bought online from Ruby Lane , sunglasses , Chanel , black patent wedges from
Sonia Rykiel that have seen many Summers.
I ran into my stylish friend Jan while we were taking photos and she kindly agreed to pose together.
We have only known each other for just over a year but when we meet it really is as if we have been
friends forever. The joy and importance of our female friendships can never be under estimated.
Appreciating the friendships with Patti at Visible Monday and Jess for Turning Heads Tuesday.