Because there are bugs on my top and stripes (bars) on my skirt, get it? Now that the new semester has started, I’m moving away from the more casual outfits and focusing more on something work-appropriate (or, I should say, Zoom-appropriate, since I’m still working from home), so in the next week or so, I’m going to post all the rest of the summery outfits. This T-shirt and skirt combination is a no-brainer, but looking at these photos, I realize I should’ve worn my clog sandals with it. These flat sandals do my thick ankles no favor. I’ve never noticed it before because I always wear them with pants, but I guess flat sandals + midi skirt is not a good combo.
For this week’s SIA outfit, inspired by John Singer Sargent’s “Ellen Terry as Lady Macbeth”, I went with a different direction. I could’ve worn my green dress, but I wanted to give a nod to the beetlewing embroidery too, so, in the end, I went with something more modern and casual – my insect T-shirt. See, the Lady Macbeth costume is covered in beetle wings, and my shirt is covered in beetles too! I paired it with my black jeans to keep the dark color scheme of the painting, and to top it off, I wore my two beetle brooches on my shoes. The T-shirt and the brooches all added some more textures and colors, certainly more than just the dress alone, so I’m really happy with the outfit.
Don’t forget to send me your outfits if you haven’t already, and come back on Wednesday to see all the outfits inspired by this painting!
Here’s my outfit for this week’s SIA, inspired by one of Amber Share’s “Subpar Parks” posters, based on one-star reviews of the Sequoia National Park. I actually built the entire outfit around this T-shirt – it’s one of the rare new things I bought recently (from the boys’ section of Uniqlo – why can’t the women’s section have cute shirts like this?). The green color and the graphic print are perfect to mimic the poster, and I paired it with these pants and shoes to mimic the brown tree trunks.
If you haven’t sent me your outfit, you still have until tomorrow. And don’t forget to check back on Wednesday to see other outfits inspired by this poster!