Chic Dock Kim Top, J. Crew Pants (similar here, also like this pair), Ankle Strap Heels (these get a lot of use – nothing like a classic – last seen here), Valentina Italian Leather Purse (similar to this one, also love this suede version), Vintage Japanese Cloisonne Fish Necklace from Okinawa (try this beautiful pendant, or a colorful option), Vintage Cuff
The Pop Art movement beginning in the 1950’s set out to obscure boundaries between “high art” and popular culture. Mundane objects and everyday people took the place of long-established “high art” themes such as classical history and mythology. Instead of the goddess Venus, Campbell’s soup cans became the new subject. Iconic pieces are associated with Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, and others. To me pop art is all about bold colors and clashing patterns. Today this translated into a vivacious red blouse mixed with my geometric print J. Crew joggers. Pop!