05/04/2017
Matchy matchy.

Words by

George Tzintzis

Scrolling through the same accounts on Instagram can get so boring sometimes, it almost makes you want to exercise.

To save you from yourself, we’ve found the perfect Instagram.

It shows snaps of people wearing outfits that almost exactly match the art behind them. And while it may not sound like much, it’s very, very visually satisfying.

It all started when creator Michelle Satterlee wore a bright pink dip-dyed dress to an art gallery opening that, coincidentally, matched a painting.

This had the whole room talking, which gave her the idea to wear a matching dress to every other opening the same artist had over the next few years.

Skip to 2017 and her Instagram account now has over 400 posts, each bringing art off the wall in the most visually appealing way.

People just can’t get enough of it.

Check out her Instagram and see the rainbow for yourself.

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