SIA: Floral textile

Time for a new Style Imitating Art (SIA) challenge! This week, Daenel @ Living Outside the Stacks chose this 18th century Spanish textile.

Inspiration:

"Silk Fabric Fragment" via The Metropolitan Museum of Art is in the public domain

“Silk Fabric Fragment” via The Metropolitan Museum of Art is in the public domain

Isn’t it stunning? It’s just so perfect for summer with the flowers and shades of green, blue, orange, brown, yellow, and pink.

I’ve already had an idea for what I’m going to wear… what are y’all inspired to wear?

How to participate in SIA:

Everyone is welcome to participate — bloggers, non-bloggers, all genders, all ages, even pets! Just send a pic of an outfit — selfies and flat lays are also welcome — inspired by this week’s SIA artwork to this week’s curator, Daenel, at livingoutsidethestacks@gmail.com by next Tuesday, July 3rd. Daenel will then post the SIA round-up on her blog, Living Outside the Stacks, next Wednesday, July 4th.

Also be sure to check out SIA co-founder Salazar @ 14 Shades of Grey.

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  1. Pingback: SIA interpretation: Floral textile (with bonus Sam) | Librarian for Life and Style

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