She’s a full-on Monet.
Well, not really. Unlike a Monet, watercolors look sickening near and far. I’m loving splashes of spring color incorporated into warmer pieces, like sweatshirts. You can rock watercolors now by pairing them with tougher accents, like a cropped leather jacket. Here’s how to werq it…
Classic Silhouette, Modern Pattern
Almost any print/pattern can look good on a classic silhouette. Watercolor can be a little busy, but if you pair it with simple accessories it works. I love this dress, the length is perfection, the colors are gorge, and the cinched waist flatters all body types. You can score this dress from Modcloth for $77.99.
I love a crewneck sweatshirt because it can actually be dressed up. I’d werq this sweatshirt with a pair of boyfriend jeans, flats, and statement necklace… instant outfit, totally comfy. This sweatshirt is from Victoria’s Secret for $59.50, and I’m ordering it.
Scarves make a basic tee and jeans look stylish. This one will match with everything, it’s available at American Eagle for $24.95.
Throws have the ability to change the style of an entire room. I always keep one draped over my couch, and I usually keep one in my bedroom too. This throw matches with almost every color, and gives off a nice spring vibe. You can order it from Amazon for $55.79… sweet deal.
You can instantly turn a photo into art with the help of apps! I ran a photo through my PicsArt app, and within seconds I had an instant painting. PicsArt is one of my fave apps, and it can make a lot of pictures frame worthy.
Paint with all the watercolors of the wind hunty.