treasures from korea


Old Navy denim jacket; Boden Autumn Breton long sleeve top in vanilla & navy stripes (old, but similar here); Zara Camouflage skinny pants in navy (old, but similar in grey); J.Crew ‘MacAlister’ wedge boots in nut; H&M neon statement necklace (old); Forever 21 gauze scarf in grey (old); Chanel jumbo classic flap bag.


My husband and I checked out the Treasures from Korea: Arts and Culture of the Joseon Dynasty 1392-1910 exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art this past weekend. We really enjoyed the lively, comprehensive and informative exhibits, the museum did a great job in making it interactive and engaging for its guests. I highly recommend that you check it out for yourself, it ends on May 26th.

You should make a day of it and dine at Granite Hill restaurant, which is inside the museum. It’s a Stephen Starr restaurant that serves French bistro cuisine, but it was transformed into a Korean pop-up restaurant for the weekend in honor of the Treasures of Korea exhibition. The menu fused traditional Korean foods with modern influences. Our lunch was amazing–the food/cocktails, service and ambience were wonderful. What a gem of a restaurant and it made our Saturday out very special. A romantic meal and an afternoon at the museum makes for the perfect date with your significant other.

Hope you enjoyed your weekend! xo

2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Elle Berman
    Apr 07, 2014 @ 23:19:12

    I love the photo of that tapestry and it sounds like such an exciting day. I love your outfit. The striped T and jacket is just gorgeous. Thank you so much for sharing. Kisses Elle


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