This week my husband and I ventured to the Westside of Los Angeles to take a gander at some of the new exhibits at LACMA. I thought such an occasion should call for an artistically inspired skirt, such as this midi skirt from H&M featuring broad, bold brushstrokes. I like any article of clothing with paint splatters, brushstrokes or some sort of art influence, so this skirt definitely caught my eye. In fact, I liked it so much that when they didn't have it in my size I had my tailor make it just right for me. I guess for many reasons you can say I have some of the "artistic temperament" in me.
This winter I also visited the LACMA and its Diane von Furstenberg exhibit in my Museum Leftovers and Journey of the Dress posts. Below you will find a few more fun tidbits from my summer adventure at the LACMA. There are all sorts of fun geometrical structures on which to "play". The newest addition to the LACMA is the "Levitated Mass" sculpture which is essentially a boulder suspended over a trench/walkway. It's certainly fun to walk under, but I wouldn't want to be there when the next big earthquake hits!
Shirt: H&M "Brushstroke" Midi Skirt
Shoes: kate spade "Chris"
Necklace: Forever 21
Bag: Chanel Jumbo Flap
Glasses: Prada Baroque