Daily Covet: Geometric Progression

While I’ve been largely drawn to bohemian influences – feathers, furs, fringe and the like – there’s another trend that has captured my attention lately: geometry.  It’s industrial, black and white, lines and angles, and I fall for it all.  Rather than try to choose just one piece, I present you with a collection of my favorite complex geometries:

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[Y-Shaped Necklace, $13 - asos.com; BOYFRIEND/GIRLFRIEND Slouchy Yantra Top, $92 - shopbop.com; Torn by Ronny Kobo Stacey Galactic Geometric Tee, $88 - shopbop.com; Veridiaum Prism Necklace, $260 - urbanoutfitters.com; VeridiAum Prism Earrings, $200 - urbanoutfitters.com; MM6 Maison Martin Margiela Shape Ring Set, $159 - shopbop.com; Wildfox Couture Big Diamond Oversized Sweatshirt, $108 - urbanoutfitters.com; Cage Quartz Adornment, $229 - idontlikemondays.us; United Nude Black Frame Triangle Heel, $498 - oaknyc.com; Pewter Cutout Wedge, $642 - oaknyc.com; Black Chronology T-shirt, $68 - oaknyc.com; White Hand Painted Silk Top, $244 - oaknyc.com; Low Luv x Erin Wasson Double Finger Ring, $68 - shopbop.com; God's Eye Top, $80 - takeoffyourclothes on etsy.com]


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3 Responses to Daily Covet: Geometric Progression

  1. Adrianne says:

    i love geometric art. i love how fashion influences and inspires art, art influences and inspires fashion. i could hang a painting next to some of these pieces and be mesmerized by the similaries. love <3

    • holleigh says:

      yes! the art/fashion influences are so fascinating to explore. I took a course in college about the way art, politics, current events, etc, all play into the direction of the fashions.

  2. Becca says:

    I’m a print whore, so I’m totally on board with all of this. I almost ordered a great gray-scale geometric skirt from Modcloth the other day, but alas, they did not have my size! I feel geometrically deprived…

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