I know mentioned I had an exciting project to share this weekend, so here it is! Basically, I was poking around Garbage Dress during the week (best. blog. ever.) and discovered this piece of art Zana did called "The Spectrum of All of My Clothes", which I think is amazing and appeals to me on so many different levels.
So I got kind of inspired and decided to do my own copycat take on it, which just means photographing myself in monochromatic outfits. It was a really fun project (only took about 20 minutes) and I learned quite a bit about my wardrobe. For example, it was easy to put together the black, grey and white outfits but significantly harder for the purple and blue. I couldn't even manage to put together pink, yellow or green outfits. So without further ado...
Rocking the red! Featuring an H&M hair bow, vintage tee, H&M pants.
Clad in black (I really should have tried harder with this one.) Featuring a thrifted dress, ripped tights, thrifted oxfords.
Dressed in blue. This is so "Balmain" I can taste it. Featuring a thrifted shirt, jacket and DIY pants.
Swathed in grey (Apparently 40% of my wardrobe is different shades of grey.) Featuring a sweater from Tavi, Old Navy dress, American Apparel tri-blend leggings, thrifted shoes.
Wrapped in white. Featuring an Old Navy tunic, thrifted newpaper skirt, Joe Fresh tights and thrifted shoes.
Can't think of another verb other than "wearing" purple. Featuring a thrifted dress and Doc Martens.