7.11.2014

Nautical Fashion for SD Museum

In honor of artist Sorolla's art exhibit at the San Diego Museum of Art, a Culture & Cocktails event was held last night where guests were told to come in their best nautical inspired outfits. You know I love me a good theme, so as soon as I got the invite I knew that these pants with anchors and sailboats were perfect for the occasion! Women wore stripes, anchor prints, and men donned their best sailor-eque suits. It was definitely a fun and fashionable night, with art of course!
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If you are in San Diego, make sure to check out the Sorolla and America exhibit (now through August 26. 2014) at the historic San Diego Museum of Art.
☮ & ,
Pau

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  1. Your such a doll Pau!

    xo
    Melissa
    www.sweetstylesbymelissa.blogspot.com

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  2. Oh my gosh, you look so gorgeous! I love that colour on you.
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