So a year ago I started seasonal work at the art museum.
I did an inventory of my clothes closet!
It was time to come out of fashion hibernation!
Rita Rita Fashion-ita, Hahahaha!
In my Daily Journal I periodically document what I wore
on the previous day.The Fashion Report, Hahahaha.
The quick tiny drawings remind me
of my 7th grade fashion drawings,
inspired by Simplicity Pattern envelope illustrations.
In 7th grade I decided I was going to be a fashion designer
when I grew up. Hahahaha.
I loved the whole mix & match thing & still do.
I'm having fun gathering
a few of my "museum costume" sketches.
Do we see a theme here??
Guess how many scarves I have in the
(Answer in next post.)
If no scarf then one must at lease wear a turquoise shirt!
In high school I decided that my interest in fashion
It is true that my brain had other things to work on.
College days: Work boots & flannel shirts.
More brain & social stuff to work on.
In this semi-retirement museum employee stage,
It's fun to "curate" my clothes collection.
Maybe it's still shallow, but, shrug, it is pleasurable.
Our museum visitors, who are in a visually receptive
state of consciousness, appreciate my efforts.
"Oooooh, your colors!" the women exclaim.