SIA: Children At The BeachPosted: July 3, 2019 Filed under: Clothes, Style Imitating Art | Tags: style imitating art 4 Comments
Welcome to another week of SIA! This week our inspiration is the summery, beachy watercolor painting by Post-Impressionist Maurice Prendergast, “Children at the Beach.” Let’s get to it!
First up we have our co-host Daenel, who put together a simple look with a lovely pale yellow top and jeans:
Next, we have a new SIA participant – Dotty! Check out her beach-ready outfit:
Long-time SIA participant Mike is back with a blue polo shirt, in his awesome new backyard:
Our other co-host, Kim, took inspiration from all of the blue tones in the painting:
Kezzie is adorable as always in her blue skirt, and, in keeping with the whole nautical theme, koi necklace!
And finally, here’s me:
Thank you for participating, and remember to check back next week for Daenel’s inspiration of choice!
Hello, my friend! I realized when I was lying in bed last night that I forgot to forward my photo to you, thanks for pulling it from my blog! Welcome Dotty! I love your beach-y vibe. Mike’s smile lights up his photo and Kezzie is just darling with her cloud-like skirt and fun necklace.
What a super selection! It’s great to see Dotty here amongst the participants with a super beach outfit in lovely delicate watercolours! I adore your top Salazar- it is perfect for the sky and sea and has that real watery quality. Daenel’s beeautififul muted hues suit the painting wonderfully- they look watercolour in quality too! So nice to see Mike too and in such a gorgeous-coloured shirt and Kim’s colours are spot on!! A great round up!
A really wonderful round-up! Everyone did great with this! It’s really great to see everyone again, and wonderful to meet Dotty! Welcome!
Big thanks to both Kim and Kezzie on their wonderful comments! And a big thanks to Salazar for letting me be a participant in the latest SIA challenge. Thank you!
Look at all these different hues of blue we’ve all used! Everyone took on an interpretation that fit their own style and I enjoy seeing the results. This was a fun painting to gain inspiration from, and I owe it to you, Salazar, for giving me the means to finally wear that dress! I will love to participate in another SIA, and thank you to everyone for helping me feel included 🙂