A bright day, bright accessories?
This was a casual Sunday walk, with the aim of running a few errands while getting some much-needed (moderate) exercise (hence the sweaty face). And the outfit wasn’t particularly put-together or planned. Unless by ‘planning’ you mean considering the weather (sunny but windy, not particularly cold but certainly not very warm either, except in direct sunlight, of course).
So, the outfit is a mismatch of this and that: a slightly warmer jacket and a scarf made from light wool to protect me from the wind, a pair of sunglasses with polarised lenses to protect me from the extremely bright sunshine, and a top and trousers that… Well, they were clean. As in, I didn’t have to fish them out of the dirty laundry basket. Which is the criteria for running-errands-outfits, as we all know.
And the photos? Well, this location is just perfect: the architecture of Amos Rex Art Museum is quite interesting. A funny fact: I’ve actually never been to the museum itself. Or not yet, anyway. I’ve been meaning to go there so many times, but it seems that whenever there’s an exhibition I’d like to see, there’s also a long line outside…
Oh well, one day, when the museum opens again. Let’s add that to the rapidly expanding list of things I really want to do when the world gets back to normal. Or ‘the new normal‘, or whatever the post-Covid version of normal life is.
jacket: Ril’s / top: Part Two (old) / trousers: PBO (old) /
sunglasses: Woobs (old) / bag: Marimekko (old) / scarf: Alexander McQueen
Do you have a list of things you ant to do when the pandemic is finally over?
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