Monday, July 30, 2012

Style Me To The Moon

It's Style Imitates Art time again and here's the inspirational work of art:

The Painter: To the Moon by Marc Chagal.


Check out what I wore after the break...

...and click on Style Imitates Art to see what others have put together!











The Painter: To the Moon avec Moi!


I'm wearing my newly refashioned dress from last week, a made-from-scratch reversible vest and some capris that are still in process.  The flats were also refashioned.
 
(click on the emboldened item to get back to the post about its fashioning.)

The Painter & I:  Surfing To the Moon






















Only I think I like it better this way...
 


See the Visibles at Patti's Not Dead Yet Style and others at Monday Mingle

20 comments:

  1. I'd never seen this Chagall before -- beautiful. And you fit it so well. Love that dress-with-vest. Thanks for sharing with Visible Monday, Pao, I look forward to your inspiring pieces every week!

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    1. Yeah, it was my first time seeing this one too. Pretty cool, huh...and great title! Right back at ya, Patti and thanks for doing Visible Mondays too.

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  2. Chagall is a favorite of mine. Like you guys say too, I've never seen this one before. It's lovely.
    I love how you've styled yourself to fit right in to the painting!

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    1. It's seems rather a subdued Chagall, color-wise, but all the more lovely for it, I think. It was fun mixing it up with "him."

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  3. Beautiful painting and your choices fit right into the pics. Cute outfit you refashioned!

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    1. Thanks Jeanine, I'm working it.

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    1. Glad you like them Jill and thanks for hosting Monday Mingle too!

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    1. Happy to hear you like what you see, Megan.

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  6. You are Chagall, Chagall is you. What great pieces of photography and clothing you've made! I always love seeing what you've done every week. Refashioned flats? Good one!

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    1. Yes, I am the walrus...ahem. Well, refashioned flats as in I painted the beige soles neon orange. Needless to say, it is you, dear Melanie, that charm my socks off with your each and every marvelous post!

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  7. Great job with the color palette!
    --Vivienne

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    1. Yea, you can't tell where I start and Chagall ends! Your color matching was spot on too Vivienne. Can't wait to see what the others did...

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  8. I wish I could live in a painting like you do, at least as you appear to do. Your posts make me smile and instruct me at the same time. A visual challenge, sorting out the mundane stitchery from the glorious whole. You are a true original and a true(!!!!) inspiration. Just don't let it go to your head. I would miss it. Your head, that is. Great haircut.

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    1. It's easy Jean, just use photoshop. I'm a little light-headed now from such a flurry of compliments, must compensate...before it's too late.....

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  9. The painter's palette looks like your headwear in these photos, which was a true delight for me. I love how you've taken on the colors of the painting with your creative ensemble. True art!

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    1. Ah, you would see it as a hat I dare say, Judith. But I had to fit myself into the picture somehow!

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    1. Well you can't go wrong playing with Chagall, I dare say. Glad you appreciated my attempt, Kristin.

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