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Outfit – Stars and Pinks Stockings – Melbourne Museum

July 11, 2017

Oh hey, look, it’s an actual outfit post! It’s been a bit, I know. Sadly, my camera is broken and I can get it to work if it’s zoomed out, but it won’t focus. I also can’t afford a new camera, so it may be a while before I have good quality outfit pictures. Sorry! Anyway, on Monday, I headed into the city to meet my long time online buddy Lucy.

Plus Size Outfit - Day at the Museum

I met up with Lucy, her husband, daughter and later, her brother at Naked for Satan. I adore Naked for Satan (I went there for my 30th birthday!) and I got to sit on the outside balcony for the first time! Turns out, if you go for lunch Monday to Friday the Tapas on the terrace are all $9!!

What I ate:
Gilda Pintxos – White Anchovy, Olives, Pickled Peppers
1/2 Dozen Oysters – Freshly Shucked, Shallot Vinaigrette

After that, we made our way to the Melbourne Museum. I’d never been before, so I was excited to look around. Above is a taxidermied Sam the koala, who you may know from those famous bushfire pictures.

Plus Size Outfit - Sonsee Stockings

Jumper – BeMe || Skirt – New Look  (similar) || Pink Tights – Sonsee || Fishnets – ASOS
Jacket – Crossroads || Boots – Betts

My favourite parts, of course, were the dinosaurs and the animals. I don’t think that would come as a surprise to any of you. It was also very fun to see the museum with a 14month old, just to see their fascination and wide-eyed wonder.

What is your favourite part of museums?

  • Louise P

    I love your outfit, and the food looks so delicious! I remember Sam the Koala, but I didn’t realise she’d died, so that’s kinda sad. I’ve never actually seen a koala in real life- none of the zoos in the UK have any- but I’d love to one day. The museum looks really interesting. I always enjoy the dinosaurs and taxidermied animals, too, (I’m all over anything to do with animals), and I’ve always found Ancient Egyptian exhibits and anything creepy like shrunken heads fascinating, too, but I can’t even remember the last time I went to a museum. xx