Girl In Beige And Brown

Here’s my outfit for this week’s SIA, inspired by Robert Henri’s portrait “Girl in Rose and Gray“. Like I said in my post last week, I don’t really see rose and gray in the painting; rather, I see beige and brown (I guess it’s a case of The dress), so I went with those colors. These culottes are perfect to mimic the drapes of the woman’s dress, and I added a waistcoat and my lace-up mules to reflect the layering and crisscrossing of the fabrics. I’m really happy with how the outfit turns out. Sure, it was a bit hot for a waistcoat, but for SIA, I’m willing to go a little unseasonable.

Don’t forget to check Daenel’s blog on Wednesday to see other outfits inspired by this painting!

3 Comments on “Girl In Beige And Brown”

  1. shelbeeontheedge1 says:

    I love your interpretation of the painting, Salazar! The culottes really do reflect the flow of the dress and the waistcoat was a brilliant addition even if you were too hot! I also seen beige and brown but I still went for some rose in my outfit only because I didn’t have the things I needed in beige and brown!


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