a little jackson pollock

i've been thinking for a few months now that to sort of do something a little different with outfit posts, maybe i'd try to wear outfits that were inspired by certain works of art.  i have yet to put together a collection of inspiration pictures, but just so you know, that's what i've been thinking!  although this outfit wasn't inspired by an artist or an artist's work, the only thing i can think when i look at this skirt is, "jackson pollock."





























shirt: h&m // skirt: vintage via trade with your friendly grocery // shoes: aldo // necklace: vintage, thrifted // bracelets: vintage and SF street vendor // kona: humane society of amherst county

so how was your weekend?  fun and relaxing, i hope!  mine was great.  i worked on some new art that i'll share later this week, i got to experience rain again (finally), and i made a quiche.  i actually hate quiche, although this one wasn't so awfully bad, but chris loves it, and that's what i call love.

19 comments:

  1. Aw, how sweet that you made a quiche for Chris :)

    That skirt is definitely Pollock-esque and I love it!

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  2. Pollock for sure. I love that outfit idea you have. Would love to see what you come up with and I would love to participate too! :)

    Hannah Tattoos and Pearls

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  3. I love the idea of using art as inspiration for your outfit posts! And this skirt definitely screams Pollock :) Looking forward to seeing your new art, too!

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  4. Yes, love really is cooking things you don't like. I really like this skirt. It looks fun and flowy. Jackson Pollock was one talented douchebag.
    I didn't leave the house all weekend. It kind of sucked, but whatever. I'm going to a movie and dinner today! Yay, Monday? lol

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  5. My weekend was a bit busy but I managed to do a bunch of writing some how!

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  6. I love quiche :). I like this new art feature! The skirt is very Polluck.

    Judy
    SecondGlimpses.blogspot.com

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  7. That's a fabulous skirt! You don't like quiche?! Are you sure? Quiche is so good! Well, I guess it depends what's in it... I mostly just love quiche lorraine. What kind do you make?
    --Vivienne

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  8. i think outfit posts based on artists or works of art is a great idea. makes it interesting. i loved when lucky or was it domino would take a room and make it into an outfit. that was always fun. i love the skirt and i think it is a great inspirational jackson pollack outfit!
    xo,
    cb

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  9. definitely pollock, and you even got his signature plain tshirt style incorporated into the look. LOVE IT!

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  10. I love this skirt! I can see the inspiration from it. :)

    Sara
    http://seventwentysomethings.blogspot.com/

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  11. You just have the cutest shoes ever! It was not surprising to see that they were aldo shoes once again. I really need to go to aldo and get me a pair of nice dressy shoes to wear with skirts and dresses.

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  12. So many things I love about this post! The outfit is terrific and I love that you're thinking about an inspired by art series, I have been thinking about the same! There is an amazing series likes that on polyvore that you should definitely check out if you haven't already seen it!
    I also love that you made quiche even if its not your favorite! That seriously IS love haha. Hope you're having a wonderful day!
    xo Hannah

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  13. You so pretteeeee. Why haven't we been chatting recently? GURL HIT ME UP.

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  14. love j.pollock, love you xoxo

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  15. i love this outfit. but most of all, I love that shirt. I need it. And more than that I love Kona and how devoted he is to you. And, well, let's just go balls to the wall and say I love everything about this post. also, how can you hate quiche, that's unamerican. what are you, a commie? ;) xoxo.

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  16. That skirt is totally Pollock - and I LOVE it! Such a funky pattern and you look so cute :)

    Annie
    The Other Side of Gray

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  17. the things we do for love ;)
    great outfit..as always. love the pollock inspiration!

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  18. art and the colors/juxtaposition of prints can be fabulous inspiration! Can't wait to see what you come up with. Love your skirt too!
    xx
    Here&Now

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  19. Yep, it's totally a Jackson Pollock skirt! I love when bloggers put together outfits based on works of art - that would be a fun series to follow.

    Your dog is the cutest!

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I'd love to hear what you think!