The Style Gallery is a great new way for you to view, love, and share outfit photos. It’s meant to showcase all the expressive, creative, and inspirational personalities of our community!
Fashion and art go hand in hand, and there’s no one that understands this better than Diana of the blog Miss Moss. Diana’s internet-famous color comparisons show her knack for matching beautiful pieces of art with the latest street style and designer collections. We were so smitten with her comparisons that we asked her to create a few ModCloth ensembles inspired by fine art, and gave her free reign over our closet. The result? Nothing short of a masterpiece!
“Woman with a Red Necklace” by Amedeo Modigliani
Oil on canvas, 1918
Outfit: Leaf Catching Scarf, Takin’ Lacy Back Top, Maxi-mum Effect Skirt, Runway to Reality Heel, and Upwardly Mobile Satchel.
“Setting Sun” by Egon Schiele
Oil on canvas, 1913
Outfit: All Ivory Ever Wanted Top, All She Wants to Do Is Pants, Cleopatra Cool Shoulder Bag, Feeling Good, Feeling Great Jacket, and Pretty in Polygons Heel
“Argenteuil” by Ã‰douard Manet
Oil on canvas, 1875
Outfit: Long Island Longing Dress, Poets Society Blazer, Style Takes Shape Shoulder Bag, A Cloche Call, and Home Library Heel
“The Boss’ Daughter” by Paul Gauguin
Oil on canvas, 1886
Outfit: Game of Chance Cardigan, Got It Braid Shoulder Bag, Neon Summer Dress, and Sidewalk Stunner Wedge
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Wow, she is so talented! Miss Moss is definitely one of my fave inspiration blog.
great outfits! i really like the first one.
Fashion imitating art, what a cool idea!
Now this is what I call an awesome collaboration. Bravo, Miss Moss! xo Lola
I always love these outfit posts, but as I’ve said before, I wish there were more affordable pieces. To order all these suggested pieces would be over $500.
Sorry, I meant just the pieces for the first Modigliani look are over $500.
We love you, Diana. xo
I love stuff like this! Hope this is a regular thing on the blog.
LOVE this! I agree with Emily. 🙂
My personal fave is the Gauguin outfit. Love the combination of dark and earthiness with the vibrant splashes of color.
wow I love this! Does she do it every day? It’s so creative!
Che originalitÃ !!!
Complimenti Miss Moss!!!
Yes! Two of my favorites: art history and fashion. I do, however, agree with the previous post that these outfits are quite expensive. Perhaps you could show multiple outfits or variations on different pieces of clothing. Either way, I love this.
As a history of art student and fashion blogger, this was just to my taste! The post was so well written and researched and sooo enjoyable! Thanks!!
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