Sheffield , a small town in the north west of my state, is known as the town of murals. The town once a centre for industry and agriculture has reinvented itself as an arts community. The murals feature pictorial characters and stories that depict the town’s history.
There is also an Annual Mural Fest that attracts artists from all over the world. These are just a couple of murals from this years competition. The relaxed man above very much reminds me of my husband on his annual camping trip.
This very clever Mural with its reflections is titled “Past and Present”.
There was an Autumn chill in the air that called for the donning of a jacket , my black Moyuru swing jacket fitted the bill and teamed perfectly with my old faithful Nicola Waite crop pants. Leopard print called my name in the form of this gifted hat and black leather and leopard gloves and Preen sunnies.
Joining Patti for Visible Monday
Catherine at Not Dressed as Lamb
and Jess for Turning Heads Tuesday
A town of murals – what a wonderful place to visit and enjoy. loving all the leopard, of course, and thanks for linking up! xo-Pattihttp://notdeadyetstyle.com
Thanks so much Patti , it is a fascinating town and there are always more murals every time I visit.
Oh how I love these mural towns. Welcome home, by the way. Your pics of Japan were awesome. You really caught the essence of that fabulous country.
Thank you Marea , I am glad you enjoyed my peek at Japan. I totally agree the mural towns are always fascinating.
What an interesting town! I love those cute sunglasses! 🙂
Thanks so much Laurie, I found these sunnies recently and knew they had to be mine.
Jill, I enjoyed the murals of Sheffield, and if I'm not mistaken, you've shown some other murals from this town before on the blog – I'm a big fan. Love the reflection mural, what a great idea!You look very harmonious with the season, love the thoughtful details of your outfit and those fantastic glasses! Lots of love!
I am very impressed with your memory Natalia, I have indeed shown the Sheffield murals previously about two years ago.I was impressed with the reflection mural too, just so clever. Glad you liked the details of my rather plain outfit.
The murals are impressive! I particularly loved the 'past and present' one.And you look so stylish with your signature leopard print accessories!
Thanks so much Tiina, you know me and leopard are old friends.The past and present mural was my favourite .
It's always a treat to see what you've created with the outfit of the day and this doesn't disappoint. Black and leopard print could be passe but not with your magic touch Jill. I love the crop pants and the swing jacket adds that certain je ne sais quoi. I'm delighted that I've recently found my own version of black crops too – I just need to find the right styling for them now.The murals are wonderful and must be fantastic to see in the flesh – lucky you!Anna xwww.annasislandstyle.com
Thank you so much Anna for that kind comment, I will be pleased to see how your style your black crops, I am sure with your great eye it will be a bit special.
It must be very nice admire the murals while walking through the city. It's a very interesting way to make the place unique …They also provide special backdrops if you take photos! Autumn is there, stay warm!
The murals do make special back drops and a change of pace.So far Autumn weather has been fairly mild but I know that will soon changed.
Those murals are so lovely and interesting! Love the Past and Present scene. Fab outfit and those accessories make the look, love the hatand gloves, especially the sunnies!thanks for linkingjess xxwww.elegantlydressedandstylish.com
Hi Jill, thank you for sharing these wonderful murals. Your outfit has lots of purr factor, complete with the magnificent "cats eye" glasses – just fabulous! Elizabeth. xx