Museum trip outfit: cropped slogan sweatshirt

A sunny Sunday is a great opportunity for getting out and about, and yesterday I paid a visit to Manchester’s Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI). I think comfy and casual weekend outfits are best for exploring museums, so it was the perfect chance to give my new Rock on Ruby Exercise sweatshirt its first outing. “Exercise? I thought you said extra fries!” Was any quote ever more appropriate?!

Cropped exercise sweater

casual spring outfit

lilac jeans

Exercise sweatshirt by Rock on Ruby

Lilac jeans (pink acid) from Simply Be

Silver ALL STAR trainers from Converse

exercise slogan sweater

MOSI Manchester

For the first time since I was at school I explored the whole of MOSI, which was a lot bigger than I remembered it! There are lots of exhibits across 5 buildings, focussing on areas that have been important in Manchester’s history such as textiles and the Industrial Revolution, the Computer Age and the Air and Space Hall. It’s such an iconic Manchester museum and with so many different areas of science and history covered, I can recommend spending quite a few hours there to take it all in.

MOSI Power Hall

MOSI Manchester Underground

My favourite part of my visit has to be the 3D Printing exhibit, which is a recent addition to the museum and is on until April. It showcases the cutting edge 3D printing technology and the ways it will affect our lives in the future. There were hundreds of 3D printed objects and aside from all the practical objects there were some stunning works of art too, like this gorgeous piece:

3D Printing Manchester

Hope everyone enjoyed their weekend!

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