I loved loved loved my most recent post that I did for College Fashion on Albrecht Dürer! His woodcuts are truly amazing, and wonderfully modern-looking for having been created in the sixteenth century! Unfortunately I only make three looks for each article so I don’t have room to fit in all the pieces I like. However, that just means that I have some great ones left over to share with you guys, sort of like a Polyvore Clipping Haul! Hmm, maybe I should start renaming these posts… haha. Anyways, check out these great “leftovers” from my most recent post on College Fashion and be sure to check out my other articles!
Keeping with the season, I did a wonderful spring post over at College Fashion on George-Pierre Seurat’s A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte. The outfits are very spring-friendly, even when the weather is so varied as it has been lately! Check out my latest post as well as my other “Fashion Inspired by Art” posts at College Fashion as well, and enjoy my outfit leftovers!
More Accessories Inspired by Seurat’s “La Grande Jatte” by cutesychelsea featuring square stud earrings
If you’ve been following my posts on College Fashion, you’ll probably know that I did a post featuring outfits based on Gustav Klimt’s “The Kiss”, which had a great reception! Not only is the painting completely gorgeous with its touches of romantic art nouveau, but I picked out some really feminine outfits that compliment any girl’s figure for the quickly approaching Valentine’s Day!
If you haven’t checked out my posts at College Fashion, you definitely should! Every two weeks I post a series of outfits based on a piece of art that I think is inspiring. Be sure to check out some of the other posts while you’re there, too — they also do fashion posts inspired by books, movie, and more! Definitely something fun to look over if you’re tired of your “same old, same old” wardrobe!