I am not sure about tattoos of phrases along arms – especially forearms and undersides of the upper arm – Makes me shudder a bit looking like branding from another nightmarish time.
That said the dress and bag are strikingly geometrical and standout in the shot just like the linear and vertical reality of the urban environment. Intentional or not Scott it is a beautiful juxtaposition!
The word is volume. Not for me. She’s got beautiful hair and posture but I would offset the long big dress with a teeny tiny bag. Now, in case I needed the large bag for practical purposes I would use something flat-er.
She’s lovely, but I find this dress a bit unflattering in its looseness and length. The pieces all work well together, but I think the whole look might have been far better with some inches off the length.
This is all wrong. Her frame is too small for such a large long dress. Her feet and legs look miniscule, smallishly deformed. I love big bags on a frame that can support them, she obviously cannot. I am a woman over six feet, and I would reconsider this outfit if I were to put it on.
She is lovely, as is her movement. However, I feel if she wasn’t stretched and twisted the way she is the dress would hang like a shapeless sack. The fabric looks very heavy/thick as well, adding to the sack. Perhaps a gorgeous moment in a functional dress.
I like the tattoo. It is understated, in an easily covered position, and it has meaning to her. To say it is a holocaust tattoo is misguided, unkind, and wrong. You don’t have to like tattoo’s but be respectful.
The tattoos in the holocaust were on the forearm, were not roman numerals, and looked like the type of tattoo done with a pen and a safety pin, as prison tattoos are done now. My great grandfather had one and I promise you, it was nothing like this.
tattoos, or smoking for that matter are a personal choice and ought not to be the subject of attack in a format such as this… although we all should have the choice to not be exposed to other peoples’ smoke. having said that, I admire her look, dramatic without being fussy. love the flats!
Not many women have the confidence to NOT accentuate their waist. Its like we are programed to think that the hourglass is the only way. But once you get over that mental hurdle, you start seeing the possibilities. Seeing this dress looking so perfect on a short girl like that helps me to have more confidence with the straighter lines. I wonder if others out there have to fight themselves to NOT belt things.
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