During Spring 2014 Fashion Week, it was interesting to see a trend that was inspired by painterly/pop art designs. Design houses like Prada, Dior, Celine and Calvin Klein embraced whimsical fabrics that were not short on bold brush strokes and daring graphics. Some of the designs seemed to walk out from our museums and onto the garments, while others were reminiscent of graffiti markings. Normally, I'm not one to jump on the trend bandwagon, however, since my great love for visual arts, I decided to give this one a try.
For today's look I'm wearing a painterly top of bold, brush strokes that create a hodge-podge of a floral motif. The cut of the top is an interesting mix of peplum combined with sleeveless t-shirt that make the garment both playful and serious in its form. Enjoy the look!
Today's look: Painterly Peplum Top: Zara, Midi Skirt: H&M (sold out. Similar at Nordstrom), Sandals: Nine West Tattoo (still available in metallic), Clutch is vintage
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Photograph by Freddy