I love the casual sneaker with the black dress in the first picture. It is unexpected and comfortable at the same time…but somehow still cool. Of course I would still prefer a nice pair of heels for date night….but I love the sneaker look!
Nice photos as always Scott!! Hope to run into you again in Paris in September!
It has been for ages! All the jeans brands flatten women’s bottoms out. (Maybe…horrors… I should try a Kardashian brand…) But I am happy to see flat shoes back on stylish women. Makes a nice change from all those so-called fierce cage and strap stilettos we were seeing here a couple of years ago.
I wonder if jeans designers/makers aren’t really designing jeans for tall, skinny, fashionable men, who seem to look so much better in them than women doâ€¦you know, designing for their “heart’s delight” and forgetting that the female sex is not built that way normally–at least very few of us. I’ve pretty much given up jeans for the duration because I have hips, an abdomen and butt and sexy little round belly right out of that scene in “Pulp Fiction” where Bruce Willis’s girlfriend says: “It is unfortunate that what is pleasing to the touch is unpleasant to the eye”, or some sort of paraphrase. If the Kardashians make jeans, they must make the for women’s bodies, so the idea of trying them isn’t totally outlandish.
We hd a big butt decade in the ’00. Everyone was twerking, and there were tons of rap songs about how people like huge buttocks. Personally I am glad we are getting past that. If I see any more JLo, Niki Minaj, Kardashian, Anna Nicole Smith or whoever else is pushing their behind at us I think I’ll vomit. No more Apple Bottom jeans, thank you. I would rather look sleek and athletic. There is really nothing wrong with any kind of body type, but dressing and acting in ways to make your behind stand out needs to be left in the 2000.
To answer your question; Yes. Its been a while since Sir Mixalot singing about Big Buts. Next.
1) Cool and simple. I love finding a way to wear a comfortable running shoe with a dress! (I notice that particular Nike shoe a lot in your posts!)
2) What a cute, interesting cut-out type of outfit … she looks like a spunky chick. She’d look incredible with a really short hair cut.
3) I LOVE this outfit – the black with the neon yellow (was it neon lime green in person?) I wouldn’t have done the matchy-matchy earring, though.
The woman in the background with the polka dot blouse – I’m not keen on a voluminous blouse over a casual, voluminous skirt, with a formal heel. Each component is awesome, but not all together. I LOVE the simple outfit of the other woman – crisp white shirt, denim, leopard heel.
Cruel?? Cruelty would be seen only depending the concept that you’d have about squirrels. Is it because the comment made reference on an animal creature? Well, then lets never use the term “swan grace” or kind of it.
The woman in the picture sure exudes lots of great energy. What I can perceive from her energy is like she’s very active, curious, smart…
and I found it’r reflected in her image, like she’s thin, I’d guess very flexible, and since her petite body would be very easy to imagine her jumping from one posture to another. So I like to imagine that easy that she just wanted to throw on a jumper like that, all easy one-piece… so dynamic… but then there are exposed her thin feet, and her hands grabbing like that… plus the spongy ponytail…her fine and proportionated profile features with little curved nose…
It was a loving comment! not a cruel.
Squirrels for me are such endearing little creatures, very active, dynamic, spongy tail, fine features, fingers and toes… and it’s like they’re wearing a jumpsuit. They’re pettite. they jump from here to there so easy. What’s cruel on that!
If your reference was so easily understood and universal, then why did you add the smiley face emoticon? Since the squirrel embodies everything you find desirable, can I say that I find you squirrelly?
Love the first and third looks–a simple black below-the-knee dress or dress equivalent (with just a touch of non-traditional embellishment), solid, cool shoes, and unfussy hair all combine to create a look that, to me, radiates quiet confidence. Just lovely.