SIA: Primavera

It’s time for another SIA challenge, and the inspiration is the sculpture “Primavera” by Cuban artist Rafael San Juan:

We have a good mix of outfits, so let’s get started! First up is Nancy, who is back with a combination of “soft” and “strong” between her pleated skirt and knitted sweater. The sweater’s shoulders are even ripped, sort of like the statue:

Up next is Mike, who took inspiration from the title of the statue rather than the statue itself. As long as it works, I say:

Our co-host Jen goes above and beyond as usual, starting with the color (brown/bronze/green) and finishing with the hard lines vs. soft curves in her accessories, outfit, outerwear,ย andย background:

Our co-host Erin also chose a brown-black-blue color pallette, and her poncho is to reflect the lines and the deconstructed aspect of the statue:

Finally, here’s me. It’s interesting that we all went with green/blue in our outfits – is it because of the background in my photo?

And that wraps up another fun SIA challenge. It’s Erin’s turn to host next week, and don’t forget to check on Monday to see what she picks!

4 Comments on “SIA: Primavera”

  1. Thank you very much for the feature! This is such a lovely serie!

  2. Mike says:

    I think we’re all just ready for spring, Salazar! Green and blue are spring-like colors and we’re trying to convince it to get here already!

    We’re all looking great as always!

  3. We’re all so creative! ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜€

  4. […] took these pictures for the last Style Imitating Art challenge and while Salazar showcased one on her blog, I didn’t get a chance (or, honestly, the motivation) to give them their own post until […]

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