|Top: H&M (similar here) ¦ Bootcut Jeans: H&M (similar here) ¦ Sandals: Hèrmes (also adore this) ¦ |
Bag: Love Moschino (old) also check out here with fringe
When it comes to art, there are various definitions.
Some crave for bizzareness, some need to have in abstract, some simply want minimalist.
I basically appreciate any kind of art, perhaps my favorite would be the street style art. The reason behind it because I could feel the freedom energy in street style art.
Recently we went to Artpark to see the exhibition for sculptures and statues. For your information, I love to see exhibition, also to go to museum. It always brings another point of view and new perspectives. Feels like after the museum or exhibition visit I become 'richer' in some ways.
The participants for this exhibition are mostly the Swiss artists. Artpark is located in small town Samstagern, we drove less than 30 minutes from where we live.
We saw different kinds of art works, we also saw the works of German Benz. He is the Swiss sculptor, he created the sculptures from different kinds of materials such as wood or stone. I am not the expert of art, especially sculpture, but I did enjoy to see the works.
If you would like to know more about him, check him out here.
This exhibition was such a relaxing excursion for us and there were many cute 'Instagrammable' corners.
Moving on to fashion, do you know what is different on my outfit?
You got it, it's the bootcut jeans!
I know it is still hard to let some of my skinny jeans to rest for the moment, but it is nice to have bootcut as another alternative in my wardrobe. To complete the look, I chose this asymmetric white top also from H&M. I adore how light and versatile this top, I could practically combine it with jeans, skirt or shorts. This combination gives me a little bit of 70's vibe. Last but not least, my old Love Moschino bag and Hèrmes sandals to complete the look.
How about you?
Do you also have bootcut jeans in your wardrobe this summer? Do you love 70's style?