As it usually happens about twice a year or so, the carnival came to town, with all its lights and entertainment and as always, I managed to walk through it for some photos. This time my friend David was with me so I got to pose with the carousel for a couple of shots!
Although I’m not that interested in the rides and the such, walking past it and seeing all the people – the families with their kids, the awkward teenagers in small groups looking lost and self conscious, the occasional chavs – is an interesting portrait of small town England. I kind of feel like an outsider so I turn to doing sociological observations of these events. It’s fairly interesting.
This was one of the days that I feel like I got dressed with my eyes closed. I didn’t but I did get dressed in a hurry and just grabbed whatever was handy. It’s not so bad, or so I keep telling myself.
Details: Coat – Zara (from a swap with Lili), “Best” Beanie – Neiman Marcus x Target, T-shirt – Roy Lichtenstein, Tate Modern (from a clothes swap), Skirt – American Apparel, Tights – Oxfam, Bag – Traditional from Morocco, Clogs – Irregular Choice, Necklace – c/o Name The Necklace, Long Sleeve – H&M
As it is Monday, I’m sharing this at Patti’s Visible Monday! Did you have a nice Easter?