I like all sorts of art and many artists, but for some odd reason my favorites all have last names beginning with K: Klimpt, Klee and Kandinsky. Isn’t that odd? Of course, it’s not odd that someone who loves Klee also loves Kandinsky as they both taught at the Bauhaus, a relatively short-lived art school that had a tremendously positive influence on art and architecture and even product design. So…when I saw the Kandinsky dress from True La La, it was irresistible. It is made of a sleevless tank, prim skirt and socks – all with marvelous Kandinsky print on them. However, I thought that the three pieces of Kandinsky were too much and decided to take a different road for the skirt.

The skirt is from Stitch by Stitich in a lovely herringbone. The subtle addition of bright red in a great touch and really helps integrate the skirt with the kandinsky pieces. I added a sweater from StoRin under the tank for some warmth and color and leggings from and Emery outfit to tie it all together. The tomato colored flats are from Shiny Things and suit the informal outfit perfectly.

Here you can see how beautifully the sweater cowl is made. It’s a fabulous bit of sculptie and fits perfectly. The necklace and earrings are from Chloe and called Time.

The Twist hair style from Magika is adorable and the Curio skin has a luscious warmth to it. ***STYLE NOTES******
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  • Poses: Reel Expression
  • Skin: Curio Vixen Merlot
  • Eyes: Genesis Au Naturel R
  • Lashes: Lelutka Diva Prim Lashes
  • Hair: Magika Twist
  • nails: PXL Creations
  • Skirt: Stitch by Stitch Pepita Skirt
  • Top and socks: True La La Kandinsky Dress
  • Sweater: StoRin Delilah Sweater Carmine
  • Shoes: Shiny Things Saturday Flats Tomato
  • Jewelry: Chloe Time Jewelry Set R, LeeZu Athena Ring

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