SIA: Score card

It’s time for another Style Imitating Art (SIA) challenge! This week, it’s Erin’s turn to curate, and she’s still feeling the glow from the Chicago Cubs winning the World Series for the first time since 1908! Erin found an original score card/program for the Cubs 1908 and chose that for our next SIA challenge, plusย it highlights men’s clothing on the score card. How amazing is that!?! Clearly meant to be.

1908 Chicago Cubs scorecard

Menswear is definitely on trend this fall, so you could go that route… or go sporty… or go with the colors of turquoise, red, white and black. Lots of possibilities! I’m thinking along the lines of a baseball tee… but we’ll see! You never know where an SIA inspiration will take you! ๐Ÿ™‚

So how do you participate in SIA challenges? Both bloggers and non-bloggers are invited to participate. Just send a photo โ€” selfies or flat lays also just fine โ€” of an outfit inspired by this weekโ€™s inspiration artwork. Send a photo to Erinย at looplooks@gmail.com by next Monday, Nov. 14, and Erin will post the round-up on herย blog, Loop Looks, the following morning.

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3 thoughts on “SIA: Score card

  1. Mike

    A very cool choice by Erin! I can definitely fit into this SIA challenge based on the subject. It’s just a matter of how I’m going to go about in presenting it!

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      1. Mike

        Thanks Jen. I really appreciate that. I don’t know how to thank all of you for letting me be a regular participant in SIA. It really means a lot to me. ๐Ÿ™‚

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