Redbubble’s Art in Motion line aims to give individuals the freedom to express their own unique style.
We’re not trendsetters or trend followers. Inspiration doesn’t come in a box, it comes in a bubble. So, slip into something a little more — not mass produced and let your imagination run wild, do cartwheels, breakdance and just shake its moneymaker.
Because life is art in motion.
And so are you.
Perusing the Look Book, the New Romantic struck my fancy with the flowered skirt and peacock scarf, so I gave them a try.
I tried out my Art in Motion attire on a busy Monday. I paired the skirt and scarf with a neutral grey shirt. While the skirt is definitely work worthy, the material is thin enough that the wearer needs to pay attention to undergarment color. I draped the long shirt over the skirt; the beautiful floral design was still visible. The scarf is my favorite part of the pairing. It’s comfortable and elegant, and also big enough to drape across the shoulders to add an extra degree of warmth when moving between the outside summer air and the chill of an air-conditioned office.
Over the course of the day I visited a job site and hand-grazed my horse at the barn. The skirt allowed me freedom of movement and proved versatile from office to outdoors. Generally I have to change outfits at least once. So the New Romantic look from Redbubble’s Art In Motion proved a hit for this professional engineer with a lot going on in her life. Below I’ve included some of the other neat looks already styled at the Art In Motion page, but the possibilities are endless with a large selection of unique skirts, scarves, leggings, shirts and bags.
The reviewer was provided the skirt and scarf by Redbubble for an honest opinion.
Tricia Barr took her understanding of brand management and marketing, mixed it with a love of genre storytelling, and added a dash of social media flare to create FANgirl Blog, where she discusses Star Wars, fandom, and strong female characters. She is one of four authors of Ultimate Star Wars from DK Publishing, has written several feature articles for Star Wars Insider magazine and is a contributor for Her Universe’s Year of the Fangirl. Her FANgirl opinions can be heard on the podcasts Hyperspace Theories and RebelForce Radio Presents Fangirls Going Rogue.
Tricia Barr’s novel, Wynde, won the 2014 Independent Publisher Book Award Gold Medal for Best Science Fiction/Fantasy/Horror Ebook. She was also part of Silence in the Library’s successful all-female creator science fiction and fantasy anthology Athena’s Daughters, which is available now. For excerpts and tales of her adventures in creating a fictional universe, hop over to TriciaBarr.com.