Style Imitating Art Inspiration: The End of Romance by Erte

Join Us for Style Imitating Art {living outside the stacks}

ABOUT STYLE IMITATING ART

Style Imitating Art challenges us to draw style inspiration from pieces of art. My main tip for participating is not to just look at the colors but look at the textures, think about complimentary colors, etc. In other words, you don’t have to be literal your interpretation. It’s all about looking at the items in your closet in new and creative ways — mixing colors and patterns and just having fun.

INSPIRATION ART WORK

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Style: Art Deco | Genre: Painting | Fair Use Image

You can read more about Erte here.

Just in time for Valentine’s Day… I know I just shared my favorite style decade, in this Fab Forties post, but my favorite art style is definitely Art Deco. So I’m all kinds of excited about this image.

I see shades of red, pink, smoky teal, olive, and, of course, ivory. I have a pink Swiss Dot top that I think will bring out the snow flakes in the image.

What do you think you’ll wear? I can’t wait to see!

THE CURATOR {And new co-host}

This week’s image is hosted by our new co-host, Kim from Fierce Fashion Blog. Kim is a fifty something style blogger with an eye for color and texture. Please join us in welcoming her.

JOIN US

Send a picture of your Style Imitating Art inspired outfit to Kim at fiercefashionblog@gmail.com by Tuesday, 12 February. She’ll share the submissions on her blog on Wednesday, 13 February.

You don’t have to be a blogger, a photographer, or an instagrammer to join! You just have to enjoy clothes.

Now go play in your closet,

Daenel T {Living Outside the Stacks}

 

 

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Where I Co-host

  • Ageless Style – Ten women, over the age of forty, prove that style is ageless
  • Fab Forties – Six bloggers, over the age of forty, show they’re still fabulously fashionable
  • Style Imitating Art – Style inspired by pieces of art

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