I thought the first outfit was ugly and ill fitting not to mention the woman had very messy hair. The blue dress was pretty but what’s up with those shoes maybe some silver gladiators or even more sleek black would look better. And the bottom was fine but I think it washed her out a bit.
The blue dress is a classic example of the difference between what women can find attractive and what men find attractive. I can see how women might love this look, but I can’t see any men thinking this look is hot. But who ever said you have to dress for men’s attention!?
Wow.. flip flops really do something to #2. I dont know what does it.. but it has been something I have been trying to figure out.. yesterday in all the New York grayness it started to rain. I promptly went into the stores and bought flipflops so not to damage my Tods driving mocassins i’d been toting around…. and I didn’t really know what to make of it.. i wear flip flops inside the home all the time, but outdoors.. my feet felt so exposed.. I kind of liked not caring, but am a bit too paranoid with hygiene and decided it isn’t the best thing to do.
ARe you only going to show women on this post now Scott??!?!?! i’ve been keeping tabs on the other blog, but put some here … unless you’ve got some sort of contract that wont’ allow that. But keep it up. We are vicariously living through you.
Ugh, I am sorry, anonymous of 1:35 PM… flip-flops or any sandals worn in the rain, especially in the city, create such a disgusting feeling on your feet. One of my pet peeves. Unfortunately, it’s difficult to avoid unless you carry a spare pair of closed shoes with you everywhere.
I love the pants in the first photo. The second is a little bit too la and standoffish, but I’d still call the look pretty, and the girl beautiful. And the third look? I’m not sure–I don’t really agree with everyone else. She seems too awkward for me even though the dress is brilliant.