I'm obsessed with Polaroids. They always seem to turn out beautifully, no matter what the photo depicts. I've always found this form of photography to be the most inspiring for me, so today I thought I'd style some outfits based on Polaroids.
The following images were shot by Marion Dubier-Clark.
Tibi maxidress, Roberto Cavalli heels, Irene Neuwirth cuff, Mulberry bag.
I was inspired by the colors in this Polaroid, as well as the vibe that the Statue of Liberty's dress gives off, which is in part Grecian. The maxidress has a beautiful color and together with the sandals feels reminiscent of Greek style. Turquoise jewelry adds to the summery, relaxed feel. A utilitarian bag contrasts the graceful femininity of the outfit.
D&G dress, Alexander McQueen clutch, Stephan & Co. necklace, Aldo heels.
This outfit is dainty and feminine, just like the Polaroid I was inspired by. The rose instantly reminded me of D&G's spring 2011 collection, from which I chose this floral dress. The texture of the other flowers in the Polaroid inspired me to choose heels adorned with feathers. The necklace adds charm and the pink color adds softness. The bright red clutch adds toughness to a sweet ensemble.
This outfit would be perfect to wear to a wedding.
Polaroids from mariondubierclark.com
The zig-zag of the fire escape in this Polaroid inspired my M Missoni choice because the brand is known for its zig-zag patterns. The Polaroid is neutral in color, so the cardigan, dress, and bangles are all neutral. I chose these bangles because of their architectural feel. I added the vintage Nina Ricci heels because on Girl Loves Color every outfit must include color! The color of the heels is inspired by the bits of sky visible in the corners of the image.
Thanks to polyvore.com
There you have it: my Polaroid-inspired outfits! Let me know what you think and leave a comment!
Edit: The Polaroid for the third outfit in the original version of this post could not be found, so this outfit has been removed.