January 29, 2015
When this painting was suggested, I wasn’t sure it would even be possible to build a wardrobe, because I thought the painting was drab and monochromatic. Shows what I know, eh?
Capsule wardrobes inspired by art and nature
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Beautiful, low-key, sophisticated…. doesn't get much better than this in my book!
This is really lovely, and versatile – the soft blue could be replaced with a soft olive, for example; the black/taupe is a great base for a wardrobe.
I'm sooo into this!
Exquisite, subtle use of color. Beautiful! Thanks for the inspiration.
Ooooooeeeee, now this is my kind of dull and boring! Wow. Gorgeous. This is so easy to pack and could go virtually anywhere.
Thank you, thank you! I adore what you have done with this, one of my favourite paintings.
Subtle and beautiful!
A lovely calm deceptive painting turned into its equivalent wardrobe. I see a twinkle and subtle humor too in the reverend's eyes and perhaps in the wearers eyes too.
Janice, perhaps you are Canadian, eh?
Deb from Vancouver
I love this! One of the best collections you've ever shown. Thank you for the inspiration!
This is one of my favourites by far! Beautiful inspiration – thank you!
Susan Rhoades says
You have an eye for color – always classic and totally classy – thanks for inspiring the rest of us
Elizabeth Ellen Carter says
Well done Janice! This is lovely!
Connie Pettit says
I’m seeing this post in June, 2020, for the first time. This is a perfect collection with subtle, sophisticated colors (the duck egg blue!). Each outfit is lovely and timeless. The jewelry makes each look stand out. I would so love to wear this collection. Thank you!