...artwork. Yep, that's my unadulterated opinion.
But for Style Imitating Art's inspiration it's great!
|Pink Bow by Jeff Koons|
So let's put that behind us, shall we? And style on...
|Moi On Top of Pink Bow|
I'm wearing a kimono I just made from a lovely Asian tablecloth given to me by the ever-astonishing Ms. Melanie of Bag and a Beret.
|I used both the right & wrong sides of the tablecloth, both were gorgeous!|
Underneath the kimono, is my tunic top that I made pre-Project Minima, but lately refashioned to fit. Doesn't it coordinate perfectly? And there's a stuffed cat pin I made during one of my jewelry bouts.
|some old gold silk ribbon I had on hand - just enough for ties|
I was given a stash of alluring fabrics from my hairdresser of 30 years, Boba. The coral orange satin-y parachute harem cargo pants are made from old boudoir curtains. And of course, what could go better than THE golden boots with such an ensemble?
|It's a phoenix curling around from front to back|
|These pants have 8 pockets!|
For close ups of the clothes and patterns they came from, just click on the items in bold text.
Meanwhile I think I'm visible enough for Patti's Not Dead Yet Style and the crowd at Monday Mingle. Come and see what others have styled up from the Koons painting at Style Imitating Art tomorrow, Tuesday. whoo-hoo, can't wait.