What I Wore: Vitra Haus

IMG_8428 As I mentioned the other day, one of the sites I was most excited for was Herzog and de Meuron's Vitra Haus in Whilm Am Rhein, Germany. It proved to be even better than I imagined. This building is a mix between a museum and a store, which sells furniture designed by the next-door Swiss company, Vitra. Besides having beautiful architecture, all of the furnishings were gorgeous and modern, and were styled differently in each "house." This is why the design of the Vitra Haus is so genius. Each of the archetypal house volumes creates spaces that feel like a home, so that when you shop for the furniture, you can imagine it in your own home.

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When traveling, I try not to be too fussy with outfits, and just pack a lot of functional pieces so that I can site-see with ease. My staples for this tour were definitely my black raincoat, black infinity scarf, and studded combats because they go with everything. To keep my looks from not getting too basic I like to throw in a print, like this polka dot denim, instead of a plain pair of jeans.

What do you wear when you travel? Thanks for reading! x. Paige

Iron Maiden tee // Urban Outfitters, similar patterned jeans // BDG by Urban Outfitters, Chicago, similar rain coat // Fashion Hunters Flea Market, Copenhagen combat boots // Steve Madden infinity scarf // H&M Copenhagen backpack // leather shop in Copenhagen