Tuesday, 10 May 2011

Taking a stroll

Dress - Vintage, jumble sale
Cardigan - Levi's, on sale about 5 years ago
Belt - Jumble sale
Shoes - Urban Outfitters
Bag - Vintage jumble sale

Listening to ~ Alex Turner ~ Glass in the park

This was my outfit on Saturday and the photos were taken while I on my way off to The London Museum. I have never been to The London Museum before, I didn't even know it existed! However I am always happy to visit pretty much any museum and when a friend suggested visiting the London street photography exhibition I knew I would be going. After all blogging and street photography do go well together. The museum is great, full of fascinating exhibits about the history of London. There is even a recreation of a parade of Victorian shops. The exhibition itself was really interesting and quite moving. It have a real insight into London's past and they ways in which the city has both changed and stayed the same. I could geek on about it for ages...

I also discovered, quite by chance, that the museum is located right by the Postman's Park, familiar to anyone who has seen the film Closer, or read Audrey Niffenegger's Her fearful symmetry. An incredibley atmospheric place. I won't try to describe it to you but if you are ever in the area it is worth taking a stroll through this little park.


  1. Love the pop color of the yellow belt :)

    stop by!

  2. What an adorable belt, the unexpected pop of color is perfect. Navy and yellow has always been one of my favorite color combinations!

  3. I've never been to the London Museum either, must go there sometime soon.
    You look great, I really like this outfit, so country chic and feminine.

  4. I love the yellow belt and the shoes! I've been to the Museum of London a couple of times, and really enjoyed the street photography exhibition. I also like their permanent display for the the 19th century, but I love that stuff anyway. ; )

  5. PRETTY. blue and yellow together are perfection in my opinion (like a blue sky on a sunny day!). we need more museums in vermont for all these recent rainy days!