for the love of nike

fade into blue

blue and nike

blue and nike

blue and nike

blue and nike

blue and nike

blue and nike

blue and nike

blue and nike

blue and nike

blue and nike

blue and nike

blue and nike

blue and nike

 

 

This post revolves around the recent hombre fad and finding inspiration in the world around you.
If you’ll take the time to check out a DIY post I did on one of my other blogs HERE, you’ll see how to make your own fade into blue hombre shirt.
The other evening I walked around the beautiful city of Chicago with my eyes peeled.
A common theme of different shades of blue resounded in my photographs from the day.
It inspired me to dye one of my long plain Tees to reflect the way blues can shift between varying tones.

21 comments

  1. I am extremely impressed with your writing skills as well as with the layout on your blog. Is this a paid theme or did you customize it yourself? Anyway keep up the excellent quality writing, it is rare to see a great blog like this one these days..

  2. Wow, these photographs are truly gorgeous ! What a beautiful way to find inspiration ! Thanks for the follow ! Greetings from Marseille, France (no, today the sky is not as blue as in your wonderful pics) !!!

  3. Love Chicago! I recognized some of those buildings from craning my neck and getting some of those same shots! Love the curvy balconies of the Blu Aqua Radisson! What a gorgeous piece of art it is! Your whole Fade into Blue post is awesome! Thanks for sharing!

  4. SO awesome! I usually run the other way when it comes to fashion and such, but you’ve managed to make it something I could really build a new relationship with. I absolutely love you style! It’s so creative but not totally and completely wacky – it really works. It’s stuff like this that helps me remember that fashion is truly an art form when done right. Thanks!

  5. I love seeing Chicago from other people’s eyes. The blues are fabulous…and they do have a beautiful range. I wonder how much is intentional, and how much that “just happens.” Being a city in front of the lake you get blue to varying degrees, but Chicago also has well thought out architectural plans. Anyway, I love what you captured.

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