Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Building a Capsule Wardrobe by Starting with Art: Water Dreaming, by Tjapaltjarri

Words are difficult... but something to do with nature, and clarity, and an organic feeling...

Water Dreaming – Mick Namarara Tjapaltjarri, white shirt – Acne, pants – Haider Ackermann, scarf – futabaya, monk-strap boots – Jil Sander, scarf – Oolmoo, sweater – Organic by John Patrick, skirt – J. Crew, boots s- See by Chloe

Water Dreaming – Mick Namarara Tjapaltjarri, striped pullover – T by Alexander Wang, skirt – Christophe Lemaire,  ankle boots – Rag & Bone, turtleneck – Dsquared2, cords – Isabel Marant Etoile, suede sneakers – Isabel Marant

Water Dreaming – Mick Namarara Tjapaltjarri, sweatshirt dress – Carven, leather bracelet – Miller & Jeeves, black pumps – Elizabeth and James, sweater – Organic by John Patrick, tweed skirt – Joseph, pumps – Calvin Klein

Water Dreaming – Mick Namarara Tjapaltjarri, tunic – Wallis Fashion, pants – Schumacher, loafers – Yves Saint Laurent, earrings – YooLa, cardigan – A Detacher, jeans – Current Elliott, oxfords – Sperry Topsider

12 comments:

  1. So many pieces here that I like...the colors are great. And I love the neutral focus.

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  2. I love everything- especially the footwear. And I love the combination of black with warm browns. Lovely collection, as usual.

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  3. Me too. Love em all. These colors work for me.

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  4. What everyone else says! Ever since I found your blog I look at my scarves as the beginning of putting an outfit together rather than the final touch. Now I can begin to look at art the same way.

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  5. Oh yes, I love them all; artfully inspired!

    xoxo
    Karena
    Art by Karena

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  6. These are not my colors, but you make me wish they were. I love the raspberry sweater and tweed skirt. The bottom right outfit is also lovely - smart, figure flattering and versatile.

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  7. What a scrumptious scarf
    Thank you for the inspiration your down under friends appreciate it very much

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  8. The colours of my country!
    Oh Janice, this is a stunning collection with wonderfully imaginative associations. Such unexpected combinations. Inspired! Thank you.

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  9. Thank you so much Janice! I knew you would do something incredible with this and now your combinations have inspired me. I'm loving the long skirt combination and that cardigan. Thanks again!
    Jen

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  10. I love that you used an Australian painting. I love it; all the beautiful earthiness of that palette.

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