I always enjoy exploring museums and art galleries, be it when I am travelling or at home. This is at the entrance to my local , the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery. Time constraints today left little time to explore further inside . I will return soon to reacquaint myself with the permanent exhibits and explore the new ones.
This art piece constructed from parts of old machinery is a reference to our second museum located at Inveresk in an old rail yard.
According to the sign this red spiral also connects the two museums- I most admit I couldn’t quite get the connection but it made for a colourful shot against my black outfit.
I read an article recently suggesting that you should dress for the life you actually lead – not the life you dream of. I thought about this and decided to ignore this advice as I felt if it applied to me I would spend all my time in my rather daggy gardening gear.
I have always enjoyed clothing with an arty, architectural vibe – does that mean I dream of an arty life in a large , bustling city, maybe, be that isn’t likely to happen any time soon . In the mean time I will dress the way I like in my own small city and visit the those large cities whenever possible.
Black always a favourite – pants Moyuru, they have seen many seasons, Rundholz jacket , a naughty new season purchase but I know I will wear this for many, many years to come, Trippen sandals.
Accessories for today – bangles , thrift shop finds, sunnies Fendi and this rather amazing necklace from Jianlondon that I found on sale at a local store. It is as light as a feather to wear.
Wherever the path leads and a back view of the Rundholz jacket, showing the spots.
Joining Patti for Visible Monday, Jess for Turning Heads Tuesday, Mica for Weekday Wear Link Up and Nancy for Fancy Friday.