SIA: Watermelons And Field MicePosted: December 5, 2018 Filed under: Clothes, Style Imitating Art | Tags: style imitating art 7 Comments
Welcome to another week of SIA! As a reminder, our inspiration is “Watermelons and Field Mice” by 16th century Korean artist Shin Saimdang:
First up we have Jodie, in a mustard cardigan that she knitted herself (!!!) and amazing floral boots:
Our co-host Jen is next, and she has submitted two outfits, both featuring a black, white, and maroon color scheme:
Next is Kimberly, who picked out the mustard and green of the painting as the basis for her outfit. Also check out her snakeskin blouse:
Then we have our co-host Daenel, who went a different route – she picked out the pale pink of the watermelon flesh, and added a pair of olive green pumps with embroidered heels:
Green is also the starting point for Leslie, who chose her sweater to mimic the watercolor rind:
And finally, here’s me:
And that wraps up another fun SIA challenge. Thank you for participating, and remember to check back next Monday for another inspiration!
Thanks for the roundup, Salazar. I always enjoy seeing everyone’s interpretation!
This challenge always amazes me — we all see something different and I love it. Everyone knocked it out of the box yet again.
Another great round-up by everyone here! Everyone seemed to focus on a particular element from the painting and that’s what makes it great.
Jodie’s boots are STUNNING!
Always such fun!!! Great piece for inspiration. In spite of the rodents!
[…] want to share my interpretation of the latest SIA, Style Imitating Art piece curated by Salazar at 14 Shades of Grey. The painting by Shin Saimdang is entitled “Watermelons and Field Mice”. Two of my […]
These are great outfits. I really liked the painting but ran out of time to put an outfit together. It’s a pity as I have a lovely handmade 3 blind mice ring made out of silver filigree that I really wanted to find and wear but as usual, time eluded me!