I’m usually SUCH a fan, as my comment history would illustrate. But this chunky sweater puzzles me. It reminds me of those commercials with “Sven” on them … I hope someone knows what I’m talking about.
But what I do like about this shot and “look” is how the powdery tone pops from all the black behind her. And I like that she’s wearing something other than a coat for additional warmth. That’s inspiring.
I like the idea really, and she looks very comfortable and all. But I can’t fight the feeling that she is making herself look much more short and top-heavy than she actually is, that sweater being very thick and apparently layered over at least 3 other tops. But like I said, I like the concept.
I like the tonality expressed in the light blue and white hues we see, but there are two points that make this look not quite as amazing as sartorial as, say, the one to the left. First, the blue blouse peeking out from the blue sweater detracts ever so slightly from the lovely length of the black sweater. Second, the skirt would be just right if it were a bit more structured so that it would not seem engulged by the texture of the sweater. Love the tights. The shoes are lovely, too
I like what she did with layering and colour: she is light (lumiÃ¨re) among all those people in black coats. That blue shirt looks interesting; I bet it is a very nice and fresh shirt. When early spring comes all sheâ€™ll have to do to be ready is take off that big sweater.
Grey stockings again, yey! What a must. Her shoes are very cool too. They are quite similar to the ones the â€˜bold layers, 14 febâ€™ girl was wearing. Is it a coincidence or it is that this blogâ€™s influence is as quick as a lightning?
I love the bag, but I hate the rest of the outfit. It reminds me of a misguided attempt at fashion that a fifeen year old girl would make. And what’s worse, she probably spent thousands to put this together.
I love how the colors pop! I would love to see a very feminine, spring interpretation of this look with layers of linen and gauzy fabrics in creams and blues. The dark leg grounds the look, but I can’t help but be put off by the turtleneck. The proportions just seem off. Perhaps a blazer with a billowing scarf about the neck instead? The we could have a better look at that skirt.
the colour scheme is really lovely in contrast to all the black in the background. but she could really have taken this look up a notch by having a better-fitted pullover (maybe even an equally chunky shawl-collared cardigan or anything that gives her torso a bit more shape). its a shame to make herself look unnecessarily stumpy. but otherwise i like – the shoes and bag are lovely.
A comment unrelated to the current subject, but related to fashion in general: Can we move on from the word “pop”? It’s now so overused as to be both meaningless and annoying. Does anyone else feel this way, or am I the only one annoyed by this usage?
I love the color of the sweater and how it sets her apart from the rest of the dark crowd behind her. I am not sure how I feel about how it fits her. No white bags! I still do not like tights with open-toe shoes. Something about that just doesn’t seem right to me.