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Paint The Town In These Dreamy Watercolor-Infused Threads

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    The one thing that's more boring than watching paint dry? A drab summer wardrobe, natch! And while we were strolling the Getty this weekend, taking in all that inspiration, it sadly dawned on us: It feels like eons since our closets got the restoration they deserved.

    Whether it's the O'Keefe-esque flowers outside our window or that dusty easel in the corner, we woke up this morn with a major hankering for items that could bring out anyone's inner Picasso. Perfect for all those art openings scheduled in your iCal, we archived our favorite painterly prints on the market just for you. And, not to brag, but this roundup includes the most artful apparel around!

    So, satiate your craving for fashion and art with some sweet brushstrokes and let your body be the canvas. Hungry artists, starve no more! There's plenty of sartorial fodder here to feed upon with items that will totally make your wardrobe Van Gogh. And listen, if you can’t paint a masterpiece yourself, the next best thing is to wear one, right?

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