|Jacket: F2, Scarf: Madewell, T-shirt: J.Crew, Jeans: AG's, Anthro, Boots: Anthro|
So I kind of fell in love with this jacket when I saw Jenni in it, and she convinced me it was totally okay for me to get it too. Enabler! Hehe. In UK weather, this is essentially a cardigan/vest hybrid, but it's been warm these past few days... Maybe I've been having too much fun with it, maybe I just have red and olive on the brain now? I was kind of unwell the day I wore this outfit, but I'm convinced all that red gave me more energy!
The day I wore this outfit was last Saturday, and Victor agreed to tag along to a certain museum just to go to the bookshop with me. A long tube-ride later, we got out to discover that a) it was raining, and b) the museum staff were telling us to go queue in the rain because there were too many people in the museum already. Luckily the entrance we were trying to use was part of the tube underpass, so we didn't actually get wet - true to form, neither of us had brought an umbrella. But still. I was so mad! Even when we said we just wanted to visit the bookshop, they told us no. So we went to Chinatown and had Japanese curries instead, and damn if that museum is getting any of my money - I found one of the magazines I was after in another store out there.
I'm talking about Kinfolk, and holy Batmobile, I am in love with this magazine! I mean, the layout, the pictures, the way their little articles are written out, like little treasures. And it's so thick, I've got to use a bookmark when I read it - that's a first for magazine reading in this household! A lazy Saturday afternoon spent reading this beauty while drinking Kopparberg cider, with a CD of some guy playing a strange Chinese instrument in the background... total bliss! I'm kind of scheming to track down some back-issues over Amazon now, because I'm hooked and I want more beautiful ruminations on life and cooking and randomness.