Ebony And IvoryPosted: July 16, 2018 Filed under: Clothes, Style Imitating Art | Tags: black, black printed blouse, brown, brown flat sandals, style imitating art, white, white wide-leg pants 2 Comments
Here’s my interpretation of this week’s SIA, inspired by a 18th-century Native American powder horn with Wampum shoulder belt. My linen pants reflect the ivory color of the horn, while my shirt mimics the color and design of the belt. I also include my strappy brown sandals for the intricate lines of the engraving on the horn. The outfit came together very quickly – I actually thought of it the moment I saw Jen’s email – which is always a sign that it works, both as a standalone outfit and as an interpretation of SIA, so I’m a happy camper.
Don’t forget to check Jen’s blog on Wednesday to see other outfits inspired by this piece!
Love your interpretation, Salazar.
I think your outfit works brilliantly in terms of colours and the arrangement and balance of colour, plus it is simply a nice, comfy-looking outfit.