J GARCIA ARTWEAR
Jerry Garcia of The Grateful Dead was known not only for his musical talent but also his marvelous artwork. Gazing upon his elegant watercolor and airbrush paintings, who wouldn’t want to wear scarves resembling his art? There are currently four designs featured in the scarf collection. Since the cold weather has come already, we are going to get alot of wear out of scarves. Here’s an inspiring view:
The winter season doesn’t mean we have to stick to single shades of grey and black and J. Garcia brings us the right amount of pizazz with these accessories. Even though there might not be a need for them for warmth in the spring or summer they are still perfect for spicing up an outfit effortlessly. An easy way to bring a burst of color to your wardrobe.
The inspiring pieces emulate whimsical designs he had personally created. Garcia’s popular Banyan Trees painting is carefully recreated in design with the Banyan Tree piece which is available in red and pink hues. It displays gentle breezy tones resembling a lush tropical island of Hawaii. The Dawn at the Ritz painting is duplicated on to his scarf as one the featured designs. Imagine a bright palette of colors resembling a Manhattan skyline at the peak of dawn…beautiful, right? Another one of his spectacularly designed scarfs based on the painting Feeding in the Light, a collaboration of color which is available in dusty orange, blue, and a ravishing selection of aquatic teal tones inspired by Garcia’s love for skin diving. Based on the inspiring painting, Wetlands, is duplicated as the design consists of a lovely medley of multi-hues on the neckwear. These scarves bring a basic outfit to life with more than just a pop of bold color when paired together. GARCIA ARTWEAR Written by Natalie Barry.