SIA: Women With Dogs

Welcome to another week of SIA! Our inspiration is “Woman with a Dog” by Pierre Bonnard, and everybody brought out their best outfits and their cutest fur babies, so let’s get to it!

First is our co-host, Terri, with her pup, Bea:

Up next is Shelbee, who paired her gingham dress with a fur trimmed poncho as “sartorial homage” to the dog in the painting, because like me, she couldn’t get her pets to pose with her:

My other co-host, Daenel, went in a slightly different direction, with an embroidered, Swiss-dot blouse:

Carrie is a new participant, with a super wearable outfit and a super adorable pooch:

Kezzie says she couldn’t find the blouse or the dress she’d originally wanted to wear, but I think her outfit is still cute, as always:

And finally, here’s me:

Big thanks to everybody for participating. Don’t forget to check back next week for Daenel’s inspiration!


6 Comments on “SIA: Women With Dogs”

  1. […] outfit combination, but I liked it. To see more outfits inspired by this painting, please visit Salazar’s post for the complete roundup of submissions. Have you joined the Style Imitating Art challenges yet? […]

  2. shelbeeontheedge1 says:

    I love all of these fun interpretations! Everyone looks so fabulous! Thanks for hosting this fun series!

    Shelbee
    http://www.shelbeeontheedge.com

  3. I think you all nailed it, especially considering it wasn’t the easiest image to take inspiration from! I would have struggled big time lol!
    Hugs
    Suzy x

  4. I love all of the interpretations. Everyone did such a great job of bringing in the prints and textures.

  5. […] the Country” by Pierre Bonnard. We’ve featured Bonnard earlier this year, with “Woman with Dog“, but Terri wanted to feature him again because his later style (this was painted in 1913, […]

  6. […] The favorite challenges I hosted are the ones where I not only like my own outfits, but everybody did such a great job too, such as this one, inspired by Pierre Bonnard’s “Woman with a Dog“: […]


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