Art Inspired Looks

At District® Clothing, we are constantly trying to offer you fashion inspiration. We’ve pulled ideas from celebrities, seasons, and events, but sometimes looking outside the box can give you unexpected results. Fashion is often referred to as wearable art, so why not really wear some art? We compiled some of the most famous artists in history and created unique looks out of their styles. Get creative with these art inspired outfits featuring accessories, hoodies, and t shirts for men and women from District® Clothing!

Vincent Van Gogh

Van Gogh worked with very thick brush strokes and bold hues. Oftentimes his colors of choice were deep, dark blues and golden yellows which can be seen in his most famous painting “The Starry Night.”

The Concert Tee™ in Gold

Cotton Blend Scarf in Deep Royal

Vintage Striped Beanie in Bright Turquoise/Gold

Jackson Pollock

When you think of Jackson Pollock, you think splatter paintings. This style of painting is technically referred to as drip painting, and Pollock’s large-scale pieces are among the most instantly recognizable in the world. The best way to get in touch with your inner Jackson Pollock is to DIY your own masterpiece by using his drip method onto our white Sublimate Tee® for men and women!

Claude Monet

Monet was arguably the king of impressionism. His soft landscapes depicted flowers, gardens, ponds, and even city scapes. We have always thought that our Gravel fabric had a bit of a Monet like quality with its textured pattern and subtle, two-toned colors.

George Seurat

Remember that scene in “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” when Cameron is at the art museum and the shot switches back and forth between him and a painting? As our view zoomed in on both his eyes and the painting, we realized that the depicted image of people at a park was made up of millions of tiny dots. The painting was Seurat’s “Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte” and the process is called pointillism. This reminds us of our Mini Stripe hoodie for men and tank for women. From far away, the stripes seem to run together!

Andy Warhol

You can never talk about Pop Art without first talking about Andy Warhol. A fixture of the 1960s, Warhol created iconic art pieces featuring some of the most famous and recognizable images in America at the time, including Marilyn Monroe and a Campbell’s soup can. To create a Warhol effect in your own ensemble, layer brightly colored t shirts and more for both men and women together, for example District’s® Concert Fleece™ Full-Zip Hoodie in Neon Yellow, Cotton Swing or Ringer Tank in Aquamarine along with bold accessories, such as the Flat Bill Snapback in Neon Orange.