Here I am again with another high-waisted skirt. They’re flattering – really elongate the body. The outfit was all in neutral tones, an unintentional match for the clouded, windy day.
I paired the skirt with a cropped long-sleeved fitted shirt that had a black and white graphic flower-y print, and my “space” boots – they’re a shiny pewter, made of a sort of foiled leather that makes them look metallic.
The bag is also a metallic light silver – it’s the Klassik shoulder bag from Karl Lagerfeld, although I don’t use the shoulder strap.
I also wore a double-breasted coat that had an over-the-shoulders cape that, although very cute, kept banging me in the head with every turn of the wind.
And it was windy.
Did I mention it was windy?
We went to the Photo Ark exhibition that’s currently in Lisbon (up until May 5th). It’s an exhibit of photographs taken by Joel Sartore, a National Geographic’s official photographer. The purpose of this project is to inspire people to care for these creatures and prevent their extinction.
It might be that I’m projecting, but I do think that the pictures chosen showed more “human” expressions of the species photographed.
I felt the exhibit was short. I could be looking at animals for an extra half hour. Regardless, I recommend it. It is an endearing display.
Photos by Sir Boyfriend.