If you click on the dates, below the images, you will be taken back to the entire original post…
This first one is one of my all-time favorites; from the over 1,500 posts that I’ve done, it would be in the top 10 for sure!
This striking photograph gave us a story which continued into the NEXT wardrobe, below.
After the navy and white above, the story continued with this beautiful photograph, and romantic story:
I felt like this photograph, and the wardrobe that I created, and the story of our heroine, were among the most cohesive and subtle that I’ve ever done. Writing a blog isn’t art, but that doesn’t meant I can’t aspire to do a great job!
I love the requests that I get from readers, and this was no exception. A beautiful bird, with beautiful colors:
Another reader request, with the prettiest pastels on the first day, and bright colors on the 2nd…
Taste of France says
These work really well together.
I cannot get enough of black/tan/cream.
Also cannot get enough of your stories.
Pam @ over50feeling40 says
Just had to stop by and tell you how much I love what you do, Janice!! Have a great week!
That Shelduck wardrobe is one of my all-time favorites!! And looking at the Northern Flicker, the black and white dots jumped out at me – it would be great with the taupe and maybe a little accent of orange. – nancyo
Thankyou for fresh inspiration. As you say, classic style is timeless!
Ivy Bromius says
Those first four wardrobes show how flexible and beautiful a constrained palette can be.
Ragged Ivy says
The natural environment is terrific inspiration, as you show so vividly. The Northern Flicker is my favourite post of all (I have stuck the photograph inside my wardrobe door to remind me of my goals). And which flowers ever bothered about clashing colours – they always know what works! These are great ideas for mood boards too.
Have fun with Bellinis and gelati, dear Janice (more lovely colours …)
Robyn in Tasmania
This is so awesome and I'm only halfway trough!