SIA interpretation: Pocket flasks

A quick reminder that the poll is open to vote for your favorite outfit of mine from October — thanks in advance!

And now it’s time for my interpretation of the latest Style Imitating Art (SIA) challenge. 🙂

Inspiration:

Last week, Daenel @ Living Outside the Stacks chose a photograph of blown glass Pocket Flasks, made sometime in the U.S. between 1800 and 1860.

"Pocket flask" via The Met is in the Public Domain

“Pocket flask” via The Met is in the Public Domain

In Daenel’s own words:

“I chose the Pocket Flask because I like the colors of the different flasks, but it was the patterns that really intrigued me.

Interpretation:

I also loved how the colors and patterns reflected our autumn season. So that’s where I began. My cable knit sweater — which I love so much, so comfy, and it’s still available! — echoed the patterns of the blown glass flasks, and my plaid infinity scarf and cognac boots brought in all the different fall colors.

Librarian for Life + Style | Black outfit + autumn-colored accessories

Librarian for Life + Style | Black outfit + autumn-colored accessories

Librarian for Life + Style | Black outfit + autumn-colored accessories

I also wore my topaz drop earrings, which reminded me of the blown glass.

Librarian for Life + Style | Plaid infinity scarf and topaz drop earrings closeup

Librarian for Life + Style | Black outfit + autumn-colored accessories

Librarian for Life + Style | Black outfit + autumn-colored accessories

I also wanted to take pics against a backdrop of multi-colored fall leaves. The shape of the leaves also, for me, echoes the shapes and patterns in the glass, and showcases a variety of colors, as well.

Librarian for Life + Style | Black outfit + autumn-colored accessories

Librarian for Life + Style | Black outfit + autumn-colored accessories

Librarian for Life + Style | Black outfit + autumn-colored accessories

Librarian for Life + Style | Black outfit + autumn-colored accessories

Weather:  Autumn sunshine

Where:  Running errands on the weekend

What:

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There’s still time to participate in SIA, and here’s how:

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 this Tuesday, November 6th. Daenel will then post the SIA round-up on her blog, Living Outside the Stacks, this Wednesday, November 7th.

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

Can’t wait to see what we are all inspired to wear!

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4 thoughts on “SIA interpretation: Pocket flasks

  1. Pingback: Style Imitating Art {Roundup}: Pocket Flasks – Living Outside the Stacks

  2. mommyhon333

    I like how your accessories complement the lovely colors in the leaves around you, and the curated piece. Oh, how I miss fall colors. Our cacti in autumn don’t measure up to the fall colors of a maple tree! I rarely wear monochromatic outfits but always, always like them when I see them on others. White on white and black on black. Makes a great backdrop for your boots and scarf!

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