On my latest post I told you I visited Madrid recently. Actually I went with my Architecture friends two weeks ago, for four days on the city full of tourism, museums, architectural seeings, pictures... We had a great time there, and the weather was amazing! We visited the Reina Sofia Arts museum, Atocha Train Station, we did some shopping (and I came back to visit some of my favourite vintage stores there) and so on. I can't even believe that I've visited that city twice in less than a year.
This outfit pictures weren't actually taken there, although I wish they had. This were took on a morning out in the city, when weather started changing and it became windy. Believe me, it was horrible to try walking on high heels and a straight dress trying to avoid your hat fly because of the win.
Anyway. As always, I've tried to match a dressy outfit, simple and clear with my French Connection side lines dress (have I ever told you how much I'm in love with sales?). I love how neutral and stylish it is, and how the side lines makes the body look super stylized. The assymetric cut on the neck makes it less serious and more feminine. Paired with a pair of black pumps and a gabardine, voilà!
(Panoramic view of Madrid, from the ''Círculo de Bellas Artes'' building)
(Singular stairs at the Madrid Caixa Forum, made of steel sheets. Very interesting!)
(Corridor at the Reina Sofia Fine Arts museum, where we went to see the temporal exhibitions and collection of paintings)
(Interior at the Atocha Train Station. Details of the clock, crystal windows and roof)
I was wearing:
French Connection pencil skirt dress
CH Sweedy bag in black
H&M black pumps
(Details of the temporal exhibition at Reina Sofia museum)
(The ABC museum of Graphic Design)
(Madrid's financial centre at Paseo de la Castellana)