You don't need to be an artistic expert to enjoy everything offered by Shanghai's eclectic art districts. As I mentioned in my earlier post about Red Town, I love exploring the isolated escapes hidden within the city's crowds. The M50 Art District is no exception, as it offers a variety of art galleries that allow for an entire afternoon of exploration. I especially love the extensive graffiti wall that leads directly to the district's entrance -- I'm not sure if this is intentional, but it is the perfect prelude to the hidden area.
Since Shanghai's weather has been warming up significantly, I went for comfort when dressing for my afternoon at M50. This off-shoulder top is ideal for the city's bipolar weather that seems to shift seasons throughout the day. While the exposed shoulders keep me cool during the day, the long sleeves ensure that I can handle the chilly evenings. Plus, I just have a weakness for the off-shoulder silhouette. I paired the top with these faux suede shorts for my take on a bohemian-inspired look. A girl can try, right?