I think this is a great picture of a very pretty girl wearing and interesting mixture of garments, than whether they work or they donât work, they make her look much older and unattractive than what she really is.
This is the first photo that I’ve seen that doesn’t look as nice when enlarged. I think because of the too-short brown boots, which don’t really go with anything else, the outfit ends up looking like a bit of a jumbled mess. I love the scarf , specs and the picture itself, but the subject’s outfit overall is not very good.
Outstanding photo! I can’t recall anything like that among all your previous pics. It’s like painting, absolutely gorgeous. Wonderful colour palette in the girl’s outfit, but generally I find her look a little bit overdone. Enough is enough. And these huge glasses – oh gosh, they are hideous (ok, funny too), but, I know, I know, they are so ‘trendy’ nowadays and one HAS to wear them no matter what…
this looks kind of fashion victumy to me.there is too much going on: the balenciaga scarf, the jacket, the belt, the long gloves. This look needs editing..perhaps the gloves or the scarf……the glasses are great howeveraakuazz
I can’t get over those glasses. I used to have ones just like that when I was a gawky 15 year old and all the other kids were mean to me. I can’t believe that these horrors are being reclaimed. Still if I looked as nice as this when wearing them, then maybe no one would have teased me.
And btw this is the most unCavalli type outfit that I could imagine – charmingly fusty. Did she stand out at the show??
I guess there are ideas to pick up on here. But it’s funny how I find these fashionista pics to be the least interesting. They’re almost too perfect, too fahionable. Here, for instance, I see a collection of trends: the footwear, belted jacket, long gloves, big glasses, and so on. It’s artfully put together, but in the end, all so, well, predictable.
It’s the more surprising street style that truly inspires me.
beautiful shades of blue! what a pretty outfir, very european femme. love love love her glasses. While I think it adds a bit of flare I think that the outfit would look better without the plaid shirt poking through. Sart, have you ever considered shooting ad campaigns for bottega veneta?
Me encanta el fondo oscuro, da mayor teatralidad a la foto, lleva piezas que todas tenemos en nuestro armario pero que pocas sabemos combinar, muy everwood, parece una chica de mi conservatorio, where are you cello?
The reason this photo really works for me is because her face really pops out from all the blues and blacks in the background and clothes she wore. It’s like, suddenly, there is a burst of light colors in a sea of dark.
Again, I think this is another example of a beautiful picture of a frumpy outfit. Think about how beautiful this girl could be if she weren’t wearing more layers than my 90 year old russian grandmother.
SHOOOOOOOOOOT this is good. If I could, I’d emulate everything. The navy in its various manifestations is inspired. I love the tartan peeking out mixed with the floral. I never thought I’d be wowed by the eighties-remixed round frames, but it absolutely suits the look.
I am loving the vintage look. Could have probably used a coat though! Scarf not Balenciaga! Plaid ok with flower print! Bravo for effort…who would not make an effort if you happened to be at the a/i in Milano? Even the guys in the front row in their precisely chosen jeans and orange tans are trying not to be trying so hard. Anna Wintour et al don’t look like they’re trying?
I’m a bit baffled. I really don’t like this look as a whole. The scarf is gorgeous, and the rest of the pieces look nice…but all together? Ummmm. Not so much. If she wasn’t wearing the jacket, she’d look like a grunge throwback who got dressed in the dark (but with nicer shoes). Also, I personally detest the whole brown boots with black tights trend. Of the many pictures I’ve seen of it, there’s been maybe one picture where it actually looked pretty good. Though I suspect if there was a different skirt that didn’t clash quite so spectacularly with the shirt, it could be a really great combination (even with the brown boots, black tights combo).
This is a great photo. The girl is lovely, and the clothes are an interesting and eclectic of classics. She looks a bit frumpy, but bookish and intelligent too. I love the scarf, and the glasses are cute. The boots don’t quite work for me, though…but I’m not sure why. Something about them just seems awkward.
beautiful, beautiful photograph. the lighting is gorgeous, as is she. something very calm and at ease about the photo and individual. she looks like she thinks: of course someone would want to photograph me, i look stunning. but also somehow modest too??
I think this girl is beautiful. I love her glasses, the way she has tied her scarf, the burst of colour between her gloves and navy jacket – I think it is all very interesting, but a little too old for her perhaps.
To a large degree this style was done in the late seventies. The long flowered skirt, the boots and scarf. However the gloves and the big glasses just bring it up to date. She looks charming and stylish. Great shot.
This is clearly a polarizing outfit. It’s just alright for me. My biggest problem is the sheer weight of it all. It’s easy to throw on a lot of clothes and be warm and somewhat chic…it’s not so easy to do so and still come out looking like you’re wearing your clothes rather than them wearing you. And she looks rather buried under this marvelous canvas of fabric. Heavy. Makes my shoulders hurt. LOVE that jacket though.