oh, my – those boots look like shih tzus! a studded collar, a doggy tag, and she’s all set. the boots are so much, they take away from the rest of her look, which is okay. if you don’t want people looking at your face, this is the footwear for you.
I was going to make some sort of smart remark about those awful shoes, but at this point it’s sort of superfluous.
Sart, you’ve been showing a large number of women wearing a combination of a baggy, almost shapeless top, and very tight pants. Is this an ‘in’ look, or simply something you appreciate? Because to my (amateurish) eye, it gives a sort of unfinished look, as though a head and some legs have decided to form a person, but still haven’t found a torso to match.
She looks gorgeous, this woman. And so what, her shoes are different, but can’t anyone see that they are completely on purpose. She’s got a hundred pairs of shoes in her cupboard, but just ti be fun and laugh at herself, she wore those. I love her and she looks sensational, and an mazing picture as well.
I actually admire the lady’s strong look and I love the fur-topped short boots, though I think they’re perhaps the wrong colour. I think they would be better done in that deep red black-tipped fox (as seen on McQueen and Dior’s runways) to complete the ‘high-fashion nazghul’ look she has otherwise nailed perfectly.
Whatever else one may say about this picture, there is no question that the lady has a deliberate and calculated style. Whether executed with irony or not (though it is hard to imagine her not laughing up her black leather sleeves), the look successfully sends up the character of the modern urban-dwelling soul-sucker, complete with blood-red lips and dangerous claws clutching a tiny mobile phone. It’s very like what we might see if someone were to give Pat Field a horror movie to style.
Costumey, yes. Inspiring for ‘normal’ women, perhaps not. But it’s good to see someone having fun with fashion without resorting to the merely cutesy.
No no no, the shoes are freaking gorgeous. And they are what keeps her from looking like any one of the Manolo Blahnik clones that are already waiting in line to see the upcoming Sex and the City movie.
People say they like individualism but think about it… they spit on it when they see it.
100% brilliant! this picture is amazing, i want to know everything about this girl. where does she work, has she ever been in a fist fight… what would her friends say about her boots? it doesn’t matter, because she wouldn’t care, and that is what makes her so enigmatic. i love her.
Amazing… Just Amazing. It’s like an old stilleben (still life) painting, it is calculated to look random. Not like the newer “Close-to-colette”-bum, who looks random, without making the outfit look finished. Truly inspiring.
while this is not something i could pull off in a million years, i love that she is doing it – takings risks and not giving a damn what other think. pure individual style. while most attn is on the lips and booties, i love the hood.