are you kidding? she’s fantastic. dark haired beauties from miami? they can wear whatever they want. skull pins? they work if you’re not so ahead of the cognitive curve so as to live in perpetual non-irony. this is why class works best in new york: because irony no longer does. in miami and los angeles, irony is like wearing tomorrow’s pleats (for men) or yesterday’s jewelry (for women) in this fair city. Long live dark haired beauties from miami! new york city rules!
iÂ´m almost sure about the shoes, they are not camper but another spanish shoes company, named VIALIS, not as famous abroad but really cool… love your blog, itÂ´s great been able to know usa tendences from a little town in spain! thanks a lot! ester.
Wow, this look is truly original. I am speechless. Don’t you think the seventies consevative end of the spectrum haircut really makes it? Like is this a clever throwback to the Dorothy Hamill archetype? Does anyone get the wholesome sporty vibe I am talking about?
I have to say I find this delightful and utterly surprising. You certainly won’t find this look in French Vogue. (Uh, not that there is anything wrong with that.)
You have got to be kidding! I am 55 years old and wouldn’t be caught dead looking this frumpy, never mind the skull. I agree with the anonymous poster who didn’t find the open toe shoes with tights appealing. I have always found this look, and the pantyhose with sandals look, totally ghastly regardless of what is being shown on some runways. The woman is cute but she does not need to be encouraged to wear this outfit again!