Holiday impressions

Texture, stucture and pattern fascinate me 

 

Back from our family holiday in South England. I’m still ruminating on what I’ve seen and experienced over the last two weeks.

I visited the Balenciaga exhibition at the Victoria & Albert museum (more on that later), had a look at quite a few touristy things, ate a lot of Full English Breakfasts, visited botanical gardens, great houses, drank an impressive amount of tea (with and without scones) and noticed things.

Living out of a suitcase is more or less test-driving a capsule wardrobe.

Women in the UK wear more skirts and dresses (in general) than women in Germany.

Fast fashion means picking up a new blouse or three is as easy as picking up a pack of precut vegetables ready to be made into a soup, on the way home from work in a large metropole.

British food is loads better than it’s reputation on the Continent.

How were your holidays?

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