A few weeks ago we visited a pop-up expo consisting of pavilions designed by five different European cities. The expo was a part of the Scotland-wide Festival of Architecture that is celebrated throughout 2016 with various different events, exhibitions, tours and walks. Whilst there I realised that my outfit reflected the earthy colours of the wood, so I asked Matthew to take a few photos.
The skirt I’m wearing used to belong to my grandmother, so it’s quite special to me. I will hang on to it for many many years to come as it is timeless, goes with everything and the quality is so much better than what you get these days.
I’m also wearing my new favourite singlet top (from Zara) that I had to buy in three different colours because I liked it so much…I’ve washed them several times and not a trace of lint!
Last but not least I’ve also got my new Wolf & Moon necklace that I really like. It’s handcrafted jewellery by British designer Hannah Davis who is based in Hackney, London. I particularly like how she uses different materials and geometrical shapes in her designs – goes well with the architecture theme as well! Here are a few photos from the day:
Skirt – Second hand
Jacket – Levi’s
Top – Zara
Shoes – H&M
Necklace – Wolf & Moon
Sunglasses – River Island