SewInGirl does CLOTHES COLLAGES

Phase Two of Project Minima presents Clothes Collages for your viewing pleasure, as created by yours truly, SewInGirl:

Update:  you can find clothes collages appearing amongst regular posts after July 2012

ONE OF THOSE NIGHTS WITH VAN GOGH:
Starry Night Over the Rhone by Vincent Van Gogh
If you look really carefully...
you may make out someone standing on the shoreline...

Now here's a close-up for the full impact:
26)  dress and shawl bought from street stall in Cairo, Egypt 30 years ago, very old scarf on hip, Mom's old bracelet and refashioned old shoes.

see more Van Gogh "Starry Night" inspired outfits at Style Imitates Art after Monday 7-2-12

and with a nod to Spy Girl's stylin',
 I'm throwing it in the mix with ya'll at Not Dead Yet Style Visible Mondays on 7-2-12






TANGERINE DREAM:
top from Gold Trimmin' post of 1-3-12
capris from Tangerine with A Spot of Leopard post of 6-29-12
25)  made-from-scratch from fabric scraps top, refashioned capris and old Dr. Scholl's
background photo taken on trip to Hawaii many moons ago.




GARDEN GIRLS:
dress and slip from I Love Calla Lilies, Rally Ah Do post of 8-21-11
shoes from Spring Shoe Review post of 4-19-12
24)  made-from-scratch fabric scraps dress, rehabbed slip & shoes
with background photo of yet another folding screen painting by Thomas Wilmer Dewing at Carnegie Museum of Art (and look how tall I've become to fit in!)

and joining others at Not Dead Yet Style Visible Mondays on 6-25-12




PICASSO'S THE ACTOR & MOI:
First, The Actor by Picasso
and then....Avec Moi!
23)  made from scratch top, vest and pants, and later pants rehabbed to fit, old necklace and shoes
 top from Gold Trimmin' post of 1-3-12
vest made from scratch pre-Project Minima
pants from Work it, Work it Good post of 10-13-11

See more actor aspirations at Style Imitates Art after Monday 6-18-12
and ridiculously included myself at Not Dead Yet Style Visible Mondays on 6-18-12






WHEN PASTEL WORLDS COLLIDE (oh my):
 jacket from De-Construction Zone post of 7-8-11;  
tunic top from Add-To Re-Do post of 1-6-12 & An Ensemble, Outfit, Costume post of 12-17-11
22)  rehabbed & refashioned jacket and tunic top to fit, old cropped pants, old T-strap shoes & old brooch
The background is a pix I took in the lobby of an out-of-the-way museum in Canton, OH that wouldn't allow photography of artwork in the galleries.

 - for Megan Mae's Fashion Challenge: This or That Trends, June 11-15  
Friday is Pastel or Neon.   Not to be ungrateful...but, thank goodness that's over.  I found it too much work, too often.  Less sewing, more getting dressed and taking pix!  And it seems I mixed all the suggestions up together anyway...




I'M A LITTLE FUZZY IN PINK PANTS:
pants from De-Construction Zone post of 7-8-11
dress from Full Transparency Here post of 8-30-11 and A Two For Today post of 9-27-11  
vest from I've Looked at Life...  post of 3-5-12
21)  rehabbed pants and dress to fit, reversible vest made from scratch and then rehabbed to fit, very old necklace and old mules

detail of those old mules!
and detail of that necklace - looks like fried, cracked marbles (remember then?!)
this is dedicated to Megan Mae's Fashion Challenge: This or That Trends, June 11-15
Thursday is Color or Printed Bottoms.  I think I covered it this time.  Maybe this could be combined with the floral or tribal that I missed for Wednesday...just saying.





HAVING MY NEON:
shirt from A Little Dab of Neon post of 6-13-12
camisole from Some Summer in the City post of 5-29-12
skirt from Dazed and Confused, But in a Good Way post of 6-19-11
20)  made from scratch skirt, refashioned camisole and linen shirt, decorated sandals & close up of my neon nail polish
background photo is one I took of my old Barbie Doll house found in Mom's basement last time I was there...I know, I know it looks like I'm doing "Stop In The Name of Love" in my Barbie Dream House - but really I was just photographing my diy manicure.

See everyone's neon extravaganza at:
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a look down at my decorated Dr. Scholl's
Tuesday is Platforms or Flats (does it count that I have on Dr. Scholl's...?)
for Megan Mae's Fashion Challenge: This or That Trends, June 11-15





CLASSICAL FIGURES SCREEN:
skirt from LET'S SKIRT AROUND IT, SHALL WE? post of 6-5-12
top from TRICKED OUT PONY post of 9-20-11

19)  rehabbed skirt and top, with made from scratch vest, old anklets and platform slip ons

background photo of folding screen painting by Thomas Wilmer Dewing taken at the Detroit Institute of Arts
joining others at Not Dead Yet Style Visible Mondays on 6-11-12
and just joined up for Megan Mae's Fashion Challenge: This or That Trends, June 11-15
and Monday is Solid Brights or Bold Prints (I hope I got a bit of both...)




LINEN LOOKS:  LIGHTER & DARKER
skirt from THE LOOK OF LINEN post of 6-3-12,
vest from CUT THE SHIFT post of 1-27-12
18)  refashioned vest, shirt and skirt with old platform sandals from when platforms were last in style
ditto with different lighting effects
joining others at Not Dead Yet Style Visible Mondays on 6-3-12
and Modly Chic's FBFF Wearing White on 6-1-12




And now for some Style Imitates Art with a disclaimerI would never wear anything like this in real life, but for the sake of art...these are not "my colors," nor does anything I have on fit right, nevertheless, today the painting and I are made for each other.*
Still Life with Asparagus by Adriaen Coorte
and My Salute to Asparagus*
see more asparagus interpretations at Style Imitates Art on Monday, 6-4-12




ALOHA BOHEMIAN HIPPIE CHIC(K):
ensemble from SOME SUMMER IN THE CITY post of 5-29-12
17)  crop top made from scratch, sarong skirt from fabric stash, rehabbed camisole and pantaloons, old $ Store reading glasses and old Dr. Scholl's + old silk flower from Mom in hair





ME & MY MADELINE DRESS:
dress from MY MADELINE DRESS! post of 1-23-12,
capris from WHO WEARS SHORT SHORTS post of 3-13-12
16) dress made from scratch, later refashioned to fit and refashioned black sheer capris, old black nylon knee highs scrunched down, with old black sandals & dollar store reading glasses.
ditto in more relaxed, blurry pose
and a look down
refashioned beaded bracelet, old pink glow in the dark Timex from ebay, & my high school charm bracelet 
see on Not Dead Yet Style Visible Mondays on 5-28-12




FRIDA KAHLO STYLE:

Self-Portrait ala Frida Kahlo by pao
Self Portrait by Frida Kahlo

see more interpretations on Style Imitates Art Monday 5-21-12


top from END OF YEAR CHALLENGE? post of 12-20-11,
skirt from DID I LOSE MY HEAD? post of 7-28-11,
pantaloons from PICTURE PERFECT post of 12-15-11
15)  blouse and skirt refashioned, pantaloons made from Mom's kitchen curtains, found necklace, old reading glasses with beaded holder and old clogs.
and at Not Dead Yet Style Visible Mondays on 5-21-12




KIMONO WRAPSTER:
dress from A TWO-FOR TODAY post of 9-27-11 and
 FULL TRANSPARENCY HERE post of 8-30-11,
shoes from MORE SHOE RE-DOs post of 4-20-12
14)  made from scratch kimono top, refashioned dress & shoes, old pants, sox & reading glasses

ditto, in my reclaimed studio!

and a look down
as seen on Not Dead Yet Style Visible Mondays on 5-14-12




ELECTRIC KOOL-AID MIX #3:
from ROCKING FLORALS 3 WAYS post of 5-11-12
dress recon from MY NEW HAPPY DRESS! post of 4-6-12
stockings from SOCK IT TO ME post of 4-2-12
bloomers from RE-MODELING DRAWERS post of 11-12-11
shoe rehab from MORE SHOE RE-DOs post of 4-20-12
13a)  rehabbed red print dress, made from scratch vest, bloomers and sox, rehabbed shoes, old reading glasses
13b) ditto + rehabbed jacked and free tote (with membership)
and a look down
submitted to Independent Fashion Bloggers Project #47: May Florals
as seen on Ethical Fashion Bloggers, for May Prints



A SHOT OF NAVY:
 sheath refashion from BECAUSE 2 SHEERS CAN MAKE IT RIGHT post of 8-18-11
12)  jacket, scarf & sheath made from scratch, old: tights, blue suede boots, blue reading glasses, & scarf clip

and a leg shot
as seen on Not Dead Yet Style Visible Mondays on 5-7-12 and Monday Mingle





A COLD & RAINY DAY with DAVID HOCKNEY:
11a) painting by David Hockney, with me superimposed on it (!) wearing my outfit from A Cold & Rainy Day
getting closer...
...and closer!
and see other's interpretations on Style Imitates Art on Monday 5-7-12




ON A COLD & RAINY DAY:
coat remodel from TAKE AN ORDINARY COAT post of 2-3-12
11b)  what's under that refashioned coat...?
reversible vest from VESTED INTEREST post of 2-23-12,
top from GET OVER IT post of 12-23-11,
skirt from NAME THAT COLOR post of 9-25-11,
reading glasses from TWEAK TWEAK! post of 11-25-11.
 11c)  made-from-scratch reversible vest, refashioned top, skirt, & reading glasses, with old sox and boots
bloomers from RE-MODELING DRAWERS post of 11-12-11
woo-hoo!  made-from-scratch bloomers!
and a look down
as seen on Not Dead Yet Style Visible Mondays on 4-30-12 and Monday Mingle




ELECTRIC KOOL-AID RE-MIX #2:
dress recon from MY NEW HAPPY DRESS! post of 4-6-12
10) my rehabbed red print dress worn with an old, made-from-scratch, jersey pant and matching top, old red flats, and old cat-eye red sunglasses   
and a look down
+ closer view of those "hey, I'm cool" shades, yeah
submitted to Independent Fashion Bloggers Project #44: Made in the Shades, &
IFB: Links a la Mode of 4-26-12





Ms. MANDALA:
jacket from KEEP CALM AND SEW ON  post of 4-12-12,
pants from A LITTLE TRIM WILL DO IT post of 4-18-12
9)  my new made-from-scratch-from-my-fabric-stash Mandala jacket, old dark blue brocade pants rehabbed by lengthening hem and ric-rac trimmin', and old red flats

and a look down
as seen on Not Dead Yet Style Visible Mondays on 4-23-12,




ELECTRIC KOOL-AID #1:
dress recon from MY NEW HAPPY DRESS! post of 4-6-12,
boots from  NOT YOUR EVERDAY LADIES BOOTS post of 11-8-11
8)  my rehabbed red print dress with an old magenta bracelet, same red reading glasses as previously worn, old pink anklets & rehabbed lipstick pink kitten heel boots
 
and a look down at those happy feet!
as seen on Not Dead Yet Visible Monday 4-16-12





CALL ME DOTTY!:
dress from MAJOR RECON post of 3-29-12
7a)  my rehabbed dotted dress with an old red bangle, red dollar store reading glasses, black nylon knee-highs scrunched down & old black mary jane style tennies

7b) ditto with my black sheer capris added
and a look down
and my dotted dress on location, or it's a wonderful day in the Chicago neighborhood
as seen on Ethical Fashion Bloggers for Locally Made April;
 Not Dead Yet Style Visible Mondays on 4-9-12;
submitted to Independent Fashion Bloggers Project #43: Sporty-Chic





BLACK & WHITE:
sheer capris from WHO WEARS SHORT SHORTS post of 3-13-12,
tunic top from Add-To Re-Do post of 1-6-12
6) sheer capri pants, tunic, sox & brooch refashioned by moi + very old shoes
ditto straight up
peek-a-boo at original yoga shorts refashioned into sheer capris
and a look down





ALL FLORAL ALL THE TIME:
blouse from WHO LIKES PINK?! post of 3-9-12,
reversible vest from I'VE LOOKED AT LIFE... post of 3-5-12,
skirt from Skirting Vogue, Vaguely post of 9-22-11
5) refashioned found pink calico top, refashioned previously made-from-scratch reversible pink vest, refashioned made-from-scratch floral skirt with ribbon belt from scrap trim and mom-made fabric rosebuds, very old ( 20 years) anklets, shoes and brooch.
  as seen on:
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 Not Dead Yet Style Visible Mondays on 4-2-12;
Ethical Fashion Bloggers for Thrifty March Outfits &
submitted to Independent Fashion Bloggers Project #39: Pair Your Pastels and Project #41: Print on Printed Matter





RUSSIAN DOLL:
vest from Embossed Suede with Satin Brocade post of 10-2-11,
tunic top from An Ensemble, Outfit, Costume... post of 12-17-11,
necklace from Poetic Revival post of 10-6-11,
skirt from Did I Lose My Head? post of 7-28-11,
bloomers from Picture Perfect post of 12-15-11,
boots from Tweak! Tweak! post of 10-24-11
4) vest, top, necklace, skirt, bloomers, & boots refashioned by moi




MEET MS. FLINTSTONE:
tunic top from Know When to Walk Away post of 12-10-11,
skirt from Wine/ Burgundy Transformation post of 12-8-11,

3) tunic and skirt refashion, with old turtle neck, tights & lace-up boots 




A HUNTING SHE WILL GO:
top from Poetic Revival post of 10-6-11,
pants from Pump Up the Plaid, People! post of 11-12-11
2) refashioned poet top & flannel shirt into pants with old suede shoes 
As seen on Spy Girl's Call for Plaid




OFF WITH HER HEAD:
skirt from Viva Madonna post of 8-10-11,
camisole from Bits and Pieces post of 8-8-11
1) pillow cases into skirt, refashioned camisole, old sweater & Dr. Scholl's 



80 comments:

  1. Hi,
    I love how you take risks. Your style is super edgy! (love the kitty in the last picture). Good Luck with your blog and keep up with the cool style :)
    http://www.theguayabaproject.com/

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  2. Glad you enjoyed the clothes collages, Gloria. Your comments really made my day!

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  3. OH! OH! OH! I love what you're doing! You are my favorite new internet friend of the week!

    I caught your floral max-up on Visible Monday. Genius.

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  4. I love the all-florals, all the time! And I've been reading your blog, very cool. Thanks so much for linking up to Visible Monday, Pao.

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  5. Anne, thanks so much! I'm going right over to see your wild and wonderful outfit now!

    Thanks for hosting Visible Monday, Patti. I've been looking at and reading Not Dead Yet Style for awhile, but today's the first time I've joined in. I wasn't expecting the pleasant surprise of great feedback too!

    Can't get any better than that! Many thanks to Share My Garden.

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  6. Me again. This visit I noticed the sheer stocking socks with the sheer capris in photo #2.

    Goddesshood.

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    1. Thanks for the feedback Anne, I've only just started photographing my clothes collages. Invoking the Goddess might help keep me on track with it!

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  7. OK, I shall call you Dotty - love the black dress with dots, plus red glasses!

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    1. Thanks Patti for continuing to host Visible Monday and taking the time to comment too! I really appreciate your thoughtfulness.

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  8. Well, here I am again, loving those hot pink kitten heel boots, and glorious dress!

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    1. I don't know Patti, do you think they're just a tad too much?!...

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  9. I love your style! Also the fact that you make small things larger. I've only made large clothing smaller. I love the contrasting print inserts. Just beautiful.
    Kathy

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    1. I just visited your site, Kathy - 10 Minutes Each Day in an Unreasonable Manner - what a great intention to live by! And you do so with all manner of projects.

      I know I started out with a similar proposition, for Project Minima: 15 minutes a day devoted to creative intervention (only with clothing for me at this point).

      Thanks for your comments, they make me smile.

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  10. Your Mandela jacket is so chic and beautiful, Pao! I really love your style.

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  11. I like the electric kool-aid remix but I love those pink boots. Girl, you are out there!

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    1. Yep, they are some great lady boots. And speaking of out there...You Go Burlesque Girl!

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  12. those prints are incredible, i love every single one!

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    1. Upon visiting your blog, the attraction is clear: we just can't get enough of those bold-print-&-color outfits Megan! Thanks for saying it.

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  13. Vibrant and bold--love it! Thanks so much for sharing on Monday Mingle!

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    1. and thanks for hosting it, Nicole.

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    1. yea, Kristin, Ms. Mandala is just groovin'...
      Glad you dig it.

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    1. Thanks Jill...Wait, What? Me. take risks? Oh, you mean with clothes...yea, what's to lose?! That's the thrill that comes with getting older, frankly you don't give a ----, don't ya know!

      No really, I appreciate your comment Jill. I love the idea of being risky...risque...

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  16. I love the reversible vest - and made-from-scratch bloomers - wow, you are resourceful my friend! Thanks for sharing it all with Visible Monday.

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    1. Yep, Resourceful is my middle name - and thanks for making it visible on Mondays, Patti!

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  17. The tights are making me swoon - in the best way : > With the boots, they are *perfect*.

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    1. a little op-art will do that to ya -
      and notice we both did blue suede shoes today, although yours are truly electric!

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  18. Mmmm - loving the two prints on top - very unexpected and groovy.

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    1. Thanks Patti, unexpected for me too, kind of a monk-like look to it...?...

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  19. Wow!!! What a delight. You are so talented and creative! I don't know which 'look' is my favorite. I do love the sheers and the kimono/jackets/tunics. Pretty much everything, so I'm going back through to enjoy the details.

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    1. Thanks for looking Judith, I am honored by your visit!

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  20. I thought about Frida even before I saw her name. Pantaloons from curtains - how great. I've seen many curtains I though would make lovely dresses and skirts.

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    1. yeah, it's a natural response...

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    2. ...to drapes, I mean!!

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  21. Your style, your layering, your color mixing is WOW! LOVE YOUR LOOKS! a new follower! (found you via Patty!)
    xXx
    Reva

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    1. Thanks for visiting Reva. I was just at Rags 2 Roses from Patti's site when I saw that gorgeous floral print, but hadn't commented - silly me. Now I went back and did so!

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  22. I love the pantaloons made from old curtains!

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    1. I mean really, they practically made themselves!

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  23. Where have you been? Or more accurately, where have I been to have missed you? You are an artist. I love these outfits and your photo eye. My favourites are your skirt from Skirting Vogue and your sheer capris! WOW!!

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    1. That was my question exactly, Ms. Melanie - the mistress of grooviness! Well, now that we've broke on through, we can enjoy the view(s)... I'll be seeing you at Bag and a Beret and the Visibles!

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  24. Loving the sheer blackness of it all (black sheerness?) and the pink glow-in-the-dark Timex -- what a great find!

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    1. yea, it glows pink! teehee. gotta lighten it up somehow...

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  25. The sheer pantaloons are really fun and different.

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    1. ...and much cooler than leggings!

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  26. Wow~! There is so much work behind all of this. Thank you for taking the time to share. Your style is most unique. :-)

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    1. And thank you for lookin' and taking the time to comment. It's much appreciated.

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  27. Ahhh - love a linen skirt - wonderful re-fashioning! I love the pic on the original post too, the painting by Meredith Frampton, lovely.

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    1. Yes, I saw the painting and knew it was it - the feeling one has when wearing linen!

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  28. Oh, you've got the wheels in my brain turning...what would my interpretation of the asparagus be. How do you keep the linen so unwrinkled?

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    1. omg, the asparagus outfit - I look like a fugitive girl scout leader from the old country...please do post a photo of your interpretation - I'm afraid I'm the only one who went for it!

      I think the key to having linen look so unwrinkled is having your picture be so fuzzy.

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  29. I'm speechless. Your talent, sense of humor, style, sense of color, writing and photography are spectacular. This collage should be in a magazine!

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    1. Oh my! I am the one left speechless - and honored - by all the compliments given, dear Queen of Style.

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  30. I am with the Style Crone - the sense of color in today's pic is fabulous, pao!

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    1. Thanks Patti, I'm having fun finding backdrop photos for my fashions. I took pix of artwork I like the last time I visited the DIA and that one clicked. We'll see how and where it goes...

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  31. Again, the artist shines and shines and shines! It's not the clothes, it's the whole package - colour, context, ATTITUDE! Absolute beauty here.

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    1. Well, I'm certainly shining - I mean smiling - now, thanks Melanie! It seems the more I explore, the more I turn up...

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  32. I love all the bright prints and patterns. My favorite look is the sheer shorts with the strappy shoes (BLACK & WHITE) and I also love the magenta ankle boots in Electric Koolaid! So freaking cool!

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    1. Oh thanks for stopping by Megan Mae, I just finished posting my flats for Tuesday at 745pm! and it's kinda lame really - I think I was more possessed by the neon - or maybe it was by Barbie. It was probably the whole combination. Anyway, thanks for trend this or that challenge. we'll see...

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  33. Ha, I love your Supremes pose! Another blogger and I have discussed a Supremes post sometime. Would you be interested?

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    1. oooo Terri, I grew up in Motown, oooo, baby, baby, where did our love go...oooo...

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  34. Love the neons and flats! I'm pretty into neon this summer too. I can understand being into it. Thanks again for joining the challenge. I hope you got some inspiration from it!

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    1. ooh, you stopped by...and I didn't even get to Wednesday's florals. I was trying but I didn't finish the top I was sewing. And then I'd still have to photograph it, et.al. So you see, rather than being inspired, I'm turning it into an extracurricular job. And that's not the point, is it?

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  35. Ah, you are not "ridiculously" included with Picasso's painting - I think he'd enjoy having you there -- fellow artists, and all that! You look wonderful, all part of the whole.

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    1. Well, it certainly beats my asparagus look, hands down!

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  36. I love all your latest posts! This one, the lobby, the neon... Your creativity is really inspiring and I need this shake-up.

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    1. OMG Melanie, if YOU need a shake-up...
      (tremble tremble)...my world has gone topsy-turvey for sure!

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  37. Made from scratch, fabric scraps? Ah, what talent. And your background is so lovely too. Thanks for joining the Monday group, Pao.

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    1. Don't I just blend right in with those ladies of the garden...? You just make my Mondays, Patti. Thanking you.

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  38. Where did you get the beautiful screen backgrounds? They're beautiful, but they don't compare to your artistry.

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    1. Well I just photoshopped my Calla Lily self amongst Thomas Wilmer Dewings' "Morning Glories" - which isn't remotely legit since I didn't even take the picture of his painted screen to begin with... Can I call it appropriation?

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  39. Fabulous! I had to study the image twice before I was sure it was the inimitable Pao in the starry night. Loving that dress, scarf, and your mum's bracelet.

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    1. Yes, it is a bit of a disguise. I wore that on a cruise down the Nile 25 years ago. hmmm, I have to see if I have a pic...

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  40. Oh help. I have to keep refreshing to get the dang comment box and then scroll down yet again and well... Maybe you could divide these into WEEKLY posts???

    Sorry. I was having a moment. I am calm again.
    Except, Starry Night is so wonderfully AGITATING!
    The dress - ARE THOSE GIANT SEQUINS????!!!!!????

    You are a genius.

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    1. oooo, so sorry. And here I was dedicating that outfit to you because of the hip scarf thing (did ya notice?)

      Yeah, I need to figure out some blog dynamics and don't know how to deal with it yet..."clothes collages" are on their own page and you only get 10 pages, and I've used 8 - there must be a better way...

      Meanwhile, yes they are gigantic gold sequins!

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  41. There you are on the shoreline! You are always an unbelievable surprise and so happy to have found you.

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    1. Well, actually I just came home from an overnight at the hospital, apparently I've got pneumonia...
      So just reading your comment today has made me feel good and smiley! Thanks, Judith I feel likewise about the SC.

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