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What's black and white and plaid all over?


Sooo sometimes I wear two pairs of tights when it's cold haha...Hopefully this year I won't let Wisconsin winter pull down my style spirit!  Wrapping up in a little fur always makes a girl feel warmer, right?

And now, dear readers, I'm gonna throw out this plea again:

If you have a piece of art that you like, please tell me the name of it and its artist (you can email me or leave it in the comments below).

I want to do a series of outfits inspired by pieces of art (not where I try to look like whoever is in the painting, but where I wear an outfit in the same color pallette that attempts to evoke the same feeling).
If I choose your idea, you'll definitely get the credit for it and a link to your blog/site in my post.

There's no time constraint to this thing, fact, I'll probably be re-posting this little spiel for the next few blogposts so I get as many ideas as possible, because I've always loved art, but I'm not very knowledgeable about it, so I'm looking forward to getting your input and getting exposed to new artists.

Scarf: thrifted || Sweater: Kohl's || Belt: Express || Skirt: Charlotte Russe || Tights: old || Shoes: old || Bag: Forever 21


  1. Fabulous outfit!!!!!

  2. i know this totally isn't the focal point, but your hair looks so cute when it's up! it totally works with this look too (5th picture down is my fave, it's so fun and sophisticated)

  3. Ok hot stuff, you can probably guess that I FRICKIN' LOVE YOUR OUTFIT. Black. White. Plaid? You had me at first utterance. Love the frisky flirty hemline, you def have the legs for it, and the classic silhouette. And I love the plaid clutch, lawdy-lord! do I!

    You look ready to hit the night fantastic and I want to meet ya and sip some cider together!

    Work of art: I love the primary colors of Marc Chagall and Franz Marc. This link is to one of my faves:

  4. Ooh I love your bag! (I should start doing the two tights thing...)
    And Alphonse Mucha does really pretty pieces, so you should check out his paintings

  5. amazing outfit the dress is so beautiful and the loafers...fabulous!

  6. whoaah, I'm so in love with your style.
    would you dress like monalisa? I request :D

  7. You look great!


  8. How about a landscape scene from my part of the country?

    Thomas Cole, Landscape Scene from the Last of the Mohicans by James Fenimore Cooper, 1827


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