We love spending time at the Museum of Contemporary Art. As we are both members of the museum, we make it a point to go to all of the exhibit openings, and all of the Project Atrium events – in which the museum atrium is devoted entirely to a project by one artist. Last week, that artist was Mark Licari, and he did not disappoint.
When I attend museum events, I always try to wear something architectural – in this case, the double vintage necklaces. Other than that, I kept my outfit relatively simple – it was an after-work event on a weekday, after all.
I’m wearing an Alexander Wang blazer, T by Alexander Wang top, Alexander Wang skirt and Miu Miu heels. Both necklaces are vintage. My bag is vintage Bottega Veneta, and was a gift from my friend Logan years ago.
This ensemble would be perfectly suited for an outdoor music festival, which seem to be so frequent come summer. Some printed shorts and simple accessories make it comfortable, but still interesting.
1. Marcie Mini leather shoulder bag, Chloé, $640
2. Classic racer-back jersey tank, T by Alexander Wang, $75
3. Max satin-trimmed straw fedora, Eugenia Kim, $260
4.Tiger’s eye bead and cotton tassel necklace, Mathias Chaize, $200
5. Nail polish in Yellow Brick Road, Deborah Lippman, $16
6. Studded suede sandals, Giuseppe Zanotti, $650
7. Printed cotton crepe de chine shorts, Thakoon, $590
The weather has been vacillating from cool, to cold, to boiling hot – so I never really know what to wear when I wake up in the morning. Today was somewhat overcast, so I chose to go with layers.
I’m wearing my favorite necklace (a re-worked vintage piece from Penelope T and a birthday gift from my amazing friend Kristin) with a Jason Wu for Target top, Alexander Wang skirt, Alexander Wang blazer and vintage clutch.
The tights most likely came from Target and the python booties are Bottega Veneta (a gift from another very generous and thoughtful friend.)
Can’t escape the political ads in Florida, even on an abandoned building.
Shocked I fit in to this skirt today, seeing as how I ate my weight in homemade chicken marsala last night. (Giada’s recipe is the jam, ya’ll.) I am a recently-reformed pescatarian, so meat is sort of new for me. Until recently, I only ate fish, but I’m enjoying experimenting with new recipes. Chicken marsala isn’t exactly the healthiest thing in the world but, with the addition of whole-wheat fettucine and organic chicken, I was able to lessen the guilt-factor somewhat (I also didn’t add as much butter as the recipe calls for.) And the mascarpone and dijon mustard takes it up to a whole new level.