|Paris Street; Rainy Day by Gustave Caillebotte|
This wonderful work is back in the Art Institute of Chicago; it was being restored and was not available to view for a while. It's such an amazing work - the asymmetry, the subtle powdery colors, the juxtaposed angles...
Even though this is a chilly winter scene, I'm going to look at some warm-weather clothes...
I love this coral color, so that's going to be the primary accent color in this wardrobe.
And the taupish grey that suffuses this painting is a perfect base for some simple summery tops.
These should get you through at least a long weekend in style!
I could easily be persuaded to do multiple versions of wardrobes with this painting!
2011 - A brilliant celebration of when Leinster first won the Heineken Cup, definitely Things Europeans would know about...
2012 - I guest posted over at A Femme d'un Certain Age, with The Mother of the Betrothed goes HOT.
2013 - These are so much fun: The Blue and White Whatever's Clean Summer Wardrobe, with Accessories.