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16 Art World Outfit Inspos Based on Your Zodiac Sign
The new decade just kicked off and 2020 is going to be a big one for all of us
Art Stuff 04 Jan 2020

The new decade just kicked off and 2020 is going to be a big one for all of us. With Jupiter, Saturn and Pluto aligning in Capricorn, you will be getting more serious about your long terms plans in the art world.
Eclipse season is upon us, too. The solar eclipse on December 26 followed by a lunar eclipse on January 10 will cause some major new endings and beginnings. You might be leaving behind a disappointing career, break up with your similar disappointing art world romance as you welcome new opportunities.
When it comes to art fairs, openings or other of the plenty social artsy gathering, your zodiac sign can provide you some guidance when it comes to pick the right outfit. While a Leo art advisor might prefer a sequin-covered corsage, a Virgo might want a more grounded look that transitions well from a gallery meeting to a cocktail reception at Tate.
Aries likes to turn heads when they walk into a room. However, they don’t want an outfit that makes dancing difficult or limits them in their comfort. They do prefer an outfit that can move with them at an art fair, running around the booth, preferably in a bright and bold color.

Taurus is more picky about the outfits texture, especially work Taurus born artists. While the outfit of choice should be elegant and seem expensive, they will likely choose a soft fabric like silk or sensual velvet.

Geminis being born as busy bees, need an outfit that can be adapted for the right occasion as they hop from one event to the next. Their trendy clothing is often remixed with a wide range of accessories.

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Cancers love being at home at hate small talk, so it is not too likely to see them at an art fair longer as their working hours. However if they do end up being social at the last minute, they need an outfit that comforts themselves such as a pair of dressed up pajamas.

Leos love to roar and equally dressing up in eye-catching personal statement pieces. You likely can spot them in sequin-covered outfits or something with a bold and colorful print. They always consider to also stand out when tagged in on other`s IG stories and likely are often featured in our What art girls wore last week feature.

Virgos usually don’t like to make a huge fuss over their outfit choices. They love no frills all-round pieces and hate to draw too much attention. In winter a warm cashmere knit dress might be the preferred choice.

Libras don’t mind a look that is a little more flirty. Think a dress with a lower neckline, a feminine shade of pink or a tight leather pants. They are also creative minds, drawn to clothing with fun and light-minded details or prints.

Scorpios are likely to go for an all-black outfit with subtle cutouts or lace details. Even though their clothing choices don’t immediately stand out, there’s still an element of sexiness to what they wear. They tend to know right away what looks good on them and what doesn’t.

Sagittarians have a go big or go home approach to what they wear and love to blend in accessories from their latest travels with their daily wardrobe staples. Whether a Bulgarian folklore dress or a mexican pattern, those jetsetter souvenirs are a fixed part of their style guide.

Capricorns probably pick their art fair outfits months in advance as they are always so well organised. However, they don’t like to go over the top and rather lift up classic basics with statement jewellery.
Aquarius-born girls love looks of the future. Whether it is a futuristic color palette, metallic accessories or an unexpected slit up the leg, just think of Starwars meets mermaid and you get the idea.

Sensitive and romantic, Pisces mainly consider outfits with a natural flow, love energetic vibes and sensual colors such as purple.

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