I’ve noticed that, too. In my town (Boulder, CO), which isn’t, you know, regarded as a hot-bed of cutting-edge fashion, the Asian ladies often seem to put more attention on their style than others. They tend toward more sophistication. I get out and photograph some of the style of people in this town and, while some is quirky and interesting, sophistication is harder to find.
I totally understand. The North Face, Jack Wolfskin, Etc. is all your going to get in Colorado, as the staple. Neon 80s colors/design. Wish outdoor companies would push boundaries a little more. Who doesn’t want to look fly while paragliding?? ;) xo
You are absolutely correct. But don’t you think that athletic companies at least are starting to put out more sophisticated, streamlines looks today? Maybe not exactly pushing boundaries, but in the general direction?
There is so much harmony here with seemingly disparate pieces thanks to the matching tones. As someone who usually identifies with a wardrobe of solid colors, I’ve been thinking a lot about prints lately and have recently posted about it. Her bold style is really inspiring. http://www.beastofstyle.com
Yaaasss, please!! Love everything here – it’s such a well-thought out look and the execution is perfect. Imagine if she did not have those socks – it would look a little too serious. Now, it’s just delightful.