Last Sunday, my friend Å and I visited the Edvard Munch Museum in Tøyen. Little did we know that the museum was busy setting up the upcoming Van Gogh+Munch exhibit that opens on May 9th, so there were only a few paintings on show and entrance was free of charge.
Despite the small pickings we still had a great time, as the guided tour was on and only Å and I joined up. It was like having a private tour of Munch, where we could ask questions to our hearts’ desire! I was so impressed that I promptly became a member of the museum, so now I can visit all future exhibitions free of charge. Also, I learnt lots about Munch’s life and artistry which I will tell you all about in Sunday’s post, so remember to check back in!
I sported a nautical look for our museum visit, with wool trousers and a breton top. While spring is warming up, I like to either wear a wool skirt or wool trousers with a couple of lighter layers on top, to ensure that I stay warm. Over the years I’ve learnt that starting to wear the summer wardrobe too early will only make you catch a cold.
Oh no, I sound just like my mother, don’t I?!? But I’m still 29 on the inside…
H&M green parka (similar), breton top (similar) and navy trousers // Zadig & Voltaire printed scarf (similar) // Gabor black shoes // Marc by Marc Jacobs green handbag // Isabel Marant short gold necklace (this bangle is on my wishlist) // Unknown brand long gold necklace // Snø of Sweden golden earrings (similar) // Next2 white/golden watch