The girl in the first picture has such an innocent look in her eyes that it doesnÂ´t matter that her dress is so short.Actually she has the look of a little girl.The girl below is probably younger and I wish she wore something more hip.
Something about that first photo bothers me. The problem is not that the dress photo is so short or that the shoes are ridiculous and kind of trashy, but rather that the woman’s pose obscures the lines of the adorable dress. I want the photo to be more about her style and less about her legs.
ok, so the clutch is all wrong but so what? it adds even more charm to this georgeous curvy tan girl in a lovely shade of green – such a refreshing change from the world weary, angular, wan, black clad fashion pack. I think she’s great, this picture made me smile.
I would love to see the woman in beige with her glasses on. They look like an interesting pair. I hate that you can see the price her feet pay for wearing those shoes, she has a sore on her foot from another pair of high heels probably. Why do we do that to ourselves?
Is this in Dallas for the Neiman Marcus anniversary; I saw some pictures on style.com? If you’re in Texas you should make it down to Austin . . . we’re known for eclecticism, and it often shows up stylishly on people!
first of all, from your photos, these two ladies seem to be amazing beauties. the line of those arms and legs in #1 is to die for, and the youthful glow in #2 breathtaking. second, they both up the ante in an unprovocative way. i’d never thought an arch of a scallop in its roughness could depict the smooth curve of your perfect thighs so faithfully, or such a fleshy tone of your dress emphasize the creaminess of your skin. looking at #2, exuberance comes to mind, seeing joy in everything good a young life has to offer. fun clutch.
The girl in Green – I like the girl next door tinge going on, But she obviously doesn’t have her hair trimmed at the local salon, I like the weight of this girl, this is what models should be looking like, not skinny and leaving the girl next door, feeling like chucking up her food.
Forgive me, for this is not really about style, but the thing that appeals to me most is the oddly twisted pose of the lady in the first photo – it reminds me of a Francis Bacon self portrait, and it’s strangely intriguing.
The woman in the first picture has a certain child like expression, the dress is just perfect (for her), she does know how to make it work. As for the woman in the green dress,looking in detail I must say that the hair doesn’t match or flow (if you will) with the dress. I do love both dresses.