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21 Outfits Inspired By Your Favorite Works Of Art

Cover your body in art.

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1. Mona Lisa - Leonardo Da Vinci

Who is she? Get the look here.

2. The Girl With a Pearl Earring - Johannes Vermeer

Look around. Is there a window? Yes? Go stand next to it and let the natural light highlight your gorgeousness. Get the look here.

3. American Gothic - Grant Wood

Pitchfork not included. Get the look here.

4. Untitled from Campbell's Soup I - Andy Warhol

Are you more beef soup or tomato soup? Get the look here.

5. Starry Night - Vincent Van Gogh

People will be looking at you all starry-eyed. Get the look here.

6. One: Number 31, 1950 - Jackson Pollock

Express(ionist) yourself. Wear your jeans to the studio and get some paint on that denim. Get the look here.

7. The Scream - Edvard Munch

Think Mona Lisa, but with a lot more 😱😱😱 Get the look here.

8. The Kiss - Gustav Klimt

Get your smooch on with all the gold. Get the look here.

9. Composition in Red, Blue, and Yellow - Piet Mondrian

Neoplasticism doesn't exactly roll off the tongue, but it looks good. Get the look here.

10. The Son of Man - René Magritte


Complete it with an apple and some fish wire. Get the look here.

11. Bridge over a Pond of Water Lilies - Claude Monet

Cher got it all wrong. A full-on Monet can be quite lovely up close. Get the look here.

12. The Persistence of Memory - Salvador Dalí

Camembert inspired Dali and Dali inspired you. Get the look here.

13. Blue Nude - Pablo Picasso

Picasso's Blue Period doesn't have to feel so somber on you. Get the look here.

14. Ram's Head - Georgia O'Keefe

The v-neck's for vaginal allusion. Get the look here.

15. Liberty Leading the People - Eugène Delacroix

Your dress won't malfunction like Lady Liberty's. Promise. Get the look here.

16. Untitled - Mark Rothko

Who knew step-by-step color coordination could be so much fun? Get the look here.

17. The Sleeping Gypsy - Henri Rousseau

Pastel hair not included, but still—you should totally get some. Get the look here.

18. Wanderer above the Sea of Fog - Caspar David Friedrich

Nothing says romanticism quite like looking out at things and doing some deep thinking. Get the look here.

19. La Primavera - Sandro Botticelli

Don't forget a flower crown! Get the look here.

20. Nighthawks - Edward Hopper

Because who doesn't wear a red dress to the diner? Get the look here.

21. Beach Bums II - Margaret Keane

(O_O) is how you should look. Get the look here.