10.10.10

Life | London, It’s a Dune

I admit I have made fun of the boringness of the camel colour, but today I realised it’s everywhere! (and naturally one of my favourite hues to wear because it also goes with everything)...

Also, it might have been a bit naïve of me to think I could have lunch at the Turbine House without pre-booking. But the art goes even without food, and I wish I could be as sure about this as the artist ...


More information about the exhibition at The Wapping Project

skirt: chanel (vintage), t-shirt: churinga australia (cut up and sewn together again), shoes: scholls, rucksack: maledetti toscani


38 comments:

THE ALTERNATIVE WIFE said...

I have to admit, I do like camel. It can be boring but paired with red, it's lovely! I love that photo of you frolicking in the field and that I know what's you'll wear next summer is priceless :)

Hope you've had a wonderful weekend, sweetie! xoxo

INTRO TO MY LIFE said...

Beautiful photos it sounds like you had a great time and you look amazing those colors work so well

Kellie W. said...

I keep going back and forth on how I feel about camel. Sometimes I think it's dull, and sometimes I think it looks really nice. Your outfit definitely falls into the nice category! And that exhibition looks so cool!

Marz said...

oh my gosh, where is that place?! It looks so cool!

Dancing Branflake said...

Great site shots! You look so fabulous and comfortable in every single photo. I love that about you!

jamie-lee said...

I love camel tones, I think they're perfect for fall and I think even translate well in summer depending on how they're worn.
great pics too xx

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Pratishtha Durga said...

This place looks amazing! And so do you. I have mixed feelings about camel, but often find myself drawn to it.

Vintage Vixen said...

Would you look at that glorious autumnal sunshine? It's made me happy just looking at those photos. That place looks interesting. I don't get wierd scrawled messages either but hey, it makes us think therefore it must be art, or something like that.
I hate camel/belige/neutral/pastels/cream on me but envy those of you that carry it off. It's a classy colour. xxx

The Nyanzi Report said...

where's this place in london? i wanna go.
you look great in that camel.

Sleekit said...

Great pics, looks like an awesomeness place.

Sleekit x

Sniff said...

And to think I gave away a perfectly fine, hardly ever used, camel coloured knit sweater from D&G to the Salvation Army last fall! Guess whoever found that in their store must have felt like a winner! :)

Btw, love, love, love the photo of you among the straws. Beautiful!

KcomeKarolina said...

omg! great post! this place is FAB!!!

i just bumped into your blog! i love it!

xoxo from rome
K.
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Haute World said...

I'm still not the hugest fan of camel shades, but I do love what Phoebe Philo has done for Celine this season. Love that top on you!

commodestyle said...

Lovely photos;look fabulous and so pretty naturally!!!

ching said...

i like how neutral the color is. and you're right it goes well with anything.

Dusk said...

Ohhh I'm not a camel-fan... shoes maybe but not on me. However I do appreciate the look on others... and you certainly rock it!

shari @ little blue deer said...

So chic! I love camel, camel is the color for fall! And for me, it's always the color. Particularly flattering with your red hair, Sabine! Hope you are well!

Karena said...

I love to combine camel with a luxurious Charcoal gray piece!!

xoxo
Karena
Art by Karena

MyStyle said...

Hi there-I love this last picture of you, thats a fab outfit and the day looks a lot of fun too! x

janettaylor said...

I love camel so much!

PinkBow said...

well i think you look good... and it is the colour of the season!!

Maddy said...

This place looks awesome and I love the second pic of you!! You look like you're having fun and cutting loose :)

drollgirl said...

i know what you'll wear next summer?!?!? ok, that made me laugh!

and you look super in camel. i like it! i like it a lot!!!

Isabel said...

black tends to be my go to, it goes with everything colour

Fashionistable said...

Yes camel is sucking me in too. You have to amazing contrasting locations here. Great marry up of the 2. Xxxx

Sandra said...

Camel is just a fancy way of saying beige, isn't it? When I was in Lille for the flea market I bought a vintage Burberry trench coat, it fits perfectly and it is beige (camel?), and now it is just hanging there... It is such a lady like color, you know? It does not work for me. Must. Stop. Buying. It. :-)

Clare said...

This post is amazingtown!!!!!!! And Camel is awesome and I am literally obsessed with all of your photos!

SOFIA said...

классно!))

Kazuko said...

the picture are only lovely. seriously. i wanna be there right now (am such a Brit fan anyway). The Turbine House - have to keep that in mind for my next visit. when did you take the pictures? is it still that warm in london? xo

Lemonzest said...

hey i like the place where you take a photo at..
you look so happy, love your smile..

misslikey said...

place is too cool to exist. Love your skirt darling
xoxo

SabinePsynopsis said...

Sandra - I've been dreaming of an old camel trench for ages. Do you want to sell me your vintage Burberry coat?

Kazuko - It was actually this Sunday. It was a wonderfully warm day. Spring and autumn is when England is at its best.

MJ said...

Amazing pictures. And I do love camel, it makes me feel all grown up!

Heather said...

camel is perfect esp with a pop of bright nail polish :)

Cindy Whitehead said...

I am in a rut where I am buying everything that's tan, light brown & caramel colored - yet its now 90 degrees here... hmm. Love that artist what a great piece!

Fashion, Art and other fancies said...

Camel and autumn goes hand in hand.
They make excellent companions and the colour suits you so well. So striking againgst your skin and red hair.

Am unsure if camel is good on darker skin. The scenery is so pretty. England is at her best;-)

stacey kelly said...

gorgeous photos and that restaurant looks amazinggg.


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Sarah said...

Camel really is everywhere isn't it? It's such a nice, warm biscuity colour.