window shopping // wearable art (for under $100!)

source: undone embroidered sweater from Topshop 

Recently while I was poking around online, I discovered a whole trend of pieces that feel a bit ’80s inspired, but also extremely high fashion and modern. Color blocking, abstract weaving, and avante-garde silhouettes… today’s window shopping round up is all about wearable art that won’t throw your budget out of whack. These pieces are adventurous and colorful, a bit zany, and so much fun… and all under $100!

update your wardrobe this spring with wearable art! modern, art inspired fashion and accessories, all for under $100! #under100 #affordable #style #fashion #whattowear

I will be the first to admit that I am not (by any stretch of the imagination) and adventurous dresser, but every once in a while I like to step outside of my comfort zone with pieces that feel like wearable art. Looking at it all at once can be a bit daunting, but if you take just one piece from this post and pair it with classics like vintage jeans or a white tee, you’ll like the coolest kid on the block.

  1. abstract patterned tights
  2. patterend journal
  3. abstract faces earrings
  4. abstract painted mom jeans
  5. color block knit sweater
  6. corded detail sweater
  7. marbled leather clutch
  8. mid-century modern inspired pin
  9. modernism half-drop earrings
  10. color block scarf
  11. color block roll neck sweater
  12. doodled sneakers

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