SIA Inspiration: Norman Rockwell 2.0

Welcome to another week of SIA, and the first challenge curated by our new co-host, Shelbee of Shelbee On The Edge, and here’s her pick:

For her first challenge, Shelbee chose the “Sunday Morning” illustration by Norman Rockwell. This has a very special meaning to her – her family had a framed copy of this illustration hanging in their kitchen, and according to her mother, it was a true representation of their Sunday morning ritual – the man even resembles her father! January 22 was the 27th anniversary of her father’s passing, so she wanted to share this piece in honor of him. I think that’s awesome, and there are a lot of colors, textures, and shapes here to interpret. So remember to send your outfits to her (shelbeeontheedge@gmail.com) by next Tuesday, February 7th. Have fun!


2 Comments on “SIA Inspiration: Norman Rockwell 2.0”

  1. shelbeeontheedge1 says:

    Salazar, I love the way you introduced this piece! Thanks so much for sharing its personal meaning to me! I got a little teary-eyed reading it. I can’t wait to see all the style interpretations. By the way, I just announced a new series on my blog today called Songful Style. Suzy of The Grey Brunette and I will be choosing a song each month to inspire an outfit. I think it’s going to be another super fun series! The first song is “These Boots Are Made for Walkin’” by Nancy Sinatra.

    Shelbee


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