I don't think there is ever a more tolerant place to dress a little more avant garde than usual than a museum. I wore this to the de Young last weekend to see the amazing Turner exhibit. It's a pretty simple outfit by all intents and purposes, but with the addition of the sculptural Marni top the simple and expected is elevated to something more special. What's interesting is the fact that I debated this top over and over when I first bought it (on massive sale at Barneys after stalking the sale racks for weeks, mind you), thinking that it would be too memorable and weird no matter how I tried to normalize it with jeans and flats. I even came this close to returning it [enter A-OK emoji here] and getting something else more basic, expected even, but I'm glad I didn't. I love how much of a standout designed piece it is. And I don't mean "design" in the snooty label sense of the word, but in the actual creative practice that goes behind "designing" something sculptural and draping like this top. Marni is one of those absolutely genius, sometimes odd, designers who truly deserve the use of the word.