I really admired Mondrian for being a part of the Cubism movement, but it didn't suit him, so he came up with his own artistic style he called "Neo-Plasticism." He would reduce everything, including nature to the bare minimum: White background, a grid of only horizontal and vertical lines, black, yellow, red, and blue. The sky, for example would be a black grid on white, with a spot of blue here and there. It makes sense to me!
So here is my interpretation:
|feelin kinda "Joanie" Mad Men in my red midi skirt.|
|there was a bee by me! hahaha!|
My HUSBAND... on first glance... told me I looked like a beach ball! Think of it what you will!
What I wore:
Thrifted vintage red skirt. Blue tee, yellow cardi. Black flats from payless. Seatbelt bag. Wayfarers from Nordstroms. Bangles are a mix of old, vintage, etc.
I don't want to leave Europe yet! I love the Dutch!!!! I will be back!