Style Imitating Art: Teapot

Hello friends! For the first time in a while I remembered Style Imitating Art exists so I’m joining in. This time the inspiration is a gorgeous teapot made by the British Royal Worcester Porcelain Company. My outfit’s connection with the prompt is a bit of a stretch, but allow me to explain…

First, let’s take a look at the inspiration.

Teapot-Metropolitan-Museum-of-Art-Open-Access-scaled

As soon as I saw the teapot, my first thoughts was that the pale blue/green colour on the left reminded me of a dress I own. Other than one colour the dress and teapot don’t have much in common though…

SIA-teapot

 

So I added accessories to try and make it look more like the art. It’s difficult to tell from the photo, but I am wearing a necklace, earrings and a bracelet.

The necklace (which has featured in an outfit post before) and bracelet reminded me of the teapot’s handle. The earrings feature birds. Nothing like the actual birds on the teapot, but still birds!

Since we were going outside, I needed a hat so I grabbed one that had patterns that  vaguely reminded me of the right-hand side of the teapot and parts of the handle. The band around the hat also reminded me of how the teapot is split into strips of colour.

hat

Finally, my shoes (which I didn’t take an extra close-up of) are black because of the black on the teapot.

As for where the items in my outfit came from… for the most part I can’t really tell you. The dress was ordered online years ago but I don’t remember where from. I purchased the hat in Spain (exactly a year ago today, actually) on arriving there only to find I had forgotten to pack a hat. And all the jewellery was gifts. The shoes are a brand called Rieker and I like them a lot. They’re comfortable.

I actually had Jan around to take a photo of me this time, so no awkward attempts at selfies. Instead you get my weird facial expression of “how does one smile for an outfit post, exactly?”.

I’m quite late to the game, but if you wanted to spontaneously rustle up an outfit you have until tomorrow (Tuesday, 18 May 2020) to submit it to Danael on livingoutsidethestacks@gmail.com – you don’t have to take a photo of yourself wearing it, a flat lay of what you would wear is fine – then check out her blog Living Outside the Stacks on Wednesday to see everyone else’s submissions.

6 thoughts on “Style Imitating Art: Teapot

  1. Oh yes, this is brilliant! Sorry, I’ve been avoiding my computer all week as it was Half term! Your outfit is a great interpretation- the dress is a wonderful colour (and a beautiful pattern!) I really think all the accessories go really well with it- you really chose well. I love how you took the black pattern and represented it in the hat! Nice that Jan was able to help! I’m so glad you joined in!
    I love Rieker- I have 2 pairs of Rieker shoes and a pair of sandals and they are brilliant! So comfortable and durable! I hope you join in this week too!

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