do i have to get bold know? dam it looks so good on these girls which you are posting the last days…. im jalouse of the curage… what i love too is the big eyebrows! i have them too!… i actually refuse to shape them… its to painful VIVE!!!
As someone with the same hairstyle, I must say it definitely has its advantages:
– I’m more aerodynamic
– My opponent can’t grab me by the hair in MMA fights
– When I sit on my own head, it slides in much more easily
– No need for a blow dryer
– Since the carpet matches the drapes, I’m guaranteed to win 100m freestyle skinny-dipping races.
Cons of this hairstyle include the need to wear hats or lather up with SPF 50+
Wow. One of my favorite photos here. I would love to look just like her. I just recently cut my hair short and I am thinking maybe even a bit shorter now. She is so very feminine. My jaw dropped seeing this.
My my my. This woman is STRONG. You can feel the vibe through the screen.
Her vamp lipstick is perfect contrast with her gorgeous skin tone.
Her dress drapes just right where it covers just the right amount of skin and shows off just enough as well.
Her backpack is just a touch of rougness to an otherwise elegent outfit
Her shoes scream sophisticated and classy
Her unpolished nails don’t draw attention away from the outfit, it just makes her real and not another catalog model
Her full hands show she is a busy person on the go.
Her hair…oh her hair! In the post a couple posts back you showed the girls with a similar haircut and it looked, eh, grungy. Now you show her. It is courageous, avant garde, sophisticated and chic.
She reminds me of natalie portman when she was filming for V for Vendetta.
In one word: Gorgeous.
*sorry for the long comment.*
this is the most beautiful creature i have ever seen. again, the argument for my theory that there’s nothing better than masculine hairstyle or outfit to reveal the beauty of the REALLY beautiful girl.
I love all ur pictures! They’re SO amazing!
I really admire you :)
I take pictures, but I dont have a good camera at the moment.
I hope one day I could take such amazing pictures as yours.
SO cool :D
Hope u can take a look to the pictures from my facebook page :)
LOVELY pictures ;)
This THE most dynamic and beautiful photo I’ve seen on your blog yet. It’s a strong and defined look. Long hair on women is ubiquitous and BORING! Why are women so afraid of what men think? Well spotted!
Shaved head & grungy rucksack + sequins & outrageous heels = great style. I think I’d like this even better if she were still wearing the boots tucked under the bench, though! They’d look amazing with the dress.
Every time I see a woman like this, I feel bad that nature isn’t kinder, more often. This young woman is unarguably magnificent. The fact that she can shave her head and still stun, is in itself testimony to her beauty. She is so beautiful and perfect, such a marvel of DNA, and at the same time, a genetic freak. I have to wonder what happens when she opens her mouth.
This Chick is the truth…….ultra feminine and fearless!
Shifting the Euro idea of beauty.
No blonde hair to hide under or have as a distraction…..living from the inside out.
She is what she is….beautiful and she looks good too (you’ll get that on the way home)
And not a single tattoo visible…would have loved to see her in the boots and what’s in her bag. Oh my gawd what she could do with a one piece jump suit and those boots. I bet she painted her nails soon after the photo was taken.
long hair, short hair, no hair, all lovely. but to anyone who has never had their hair that short, you must try. it will make you appreciate how low-maintenance life can be, and how cold your head can get without any “protection.”
Looks like I’m in the minority here, but this doesn’t work for me. The girl is absolutely stunning and very stylish, but she needs more hair. Her edgy features are already androgynous, and pairing it with such a cropped cut is overkill. A short pixie cut would have made a world of difference, specially if dark-colored. Love everything else about her, though.
This photo is gorgeous. I love the contrast between her, her outfit, and even her surroundings. The dress is impeccable and her face is for some reason mesmerizing. Lovely post! http://fashionablyawkwardr.blogspot.com/
This lass proves that sensibility (see the boots tucked behind the bag) and style (everything about her and on her) can and does go together.
I love escaping to The Sartorialist because beauty encapsulated in this shot as well as in that recent shot of the levitating tattoed beauties cannot be found in the urban jungle that is the dreary corporate world.
I remembered that I was forced to chop my flowing and permed locks into something more severe and “corporate” some 5 years ago, so as to “fit in”. I loved my good hair but I wanted that job real bad.
So, I am glad that I can get my fix vicariously here. Corporate animal that I (still) am. Unfortunately.
I’m speechless! (well, not entirely….) This is my favorite photo yet on your magnificent blog. Her eyebrows, her neck, her lipstick, that phenomenal dress, and (be still my heart) those SHOES. I have short hair and this is inspiring me to go closer cropped. It’s so very feminine.
very glamourous and sext. Lots of comments are mentioning contrast, I suppose that her shaved head implies a punk rock look? I don’t feel that way. It’s a bold statement that she pulls off amazingly. I love the shoes and the sequin dress. If you see her walking down the street you’ll know she means business
This photo is absolutely stunning. The bold sequined dress and haircut contrast with the romatic lipstick, heels and gaze.
I noticed afterwards that she is not wearing any jewelry at all – no earings, necklaces, rings or bracelets. Another statement that brings all the focus back to her outfit.
The simplicity of her look gives it its immense force. Less is indeed more!
Odd. When I was in chemo, and then growing out my hair, nobody wanted to take a pic of ME as the epitome of style and chic. Damn. If my six-month check-up isn’t clean, I’ll let you know, Scott, and then when I lose my hair again during another round of chemo, you can come and take **my** pic.
So is this the newest NYC fashion look…chemo chic?
i have recently being go through chemotheraphy, and despite my body reacting well and the process nearly being complete, the impact of hair loss seems to have affected me the most. i thought at first it would just merely be a loss of vanity, but in a sense it became a loss of dignity. hair is something integrally feminine and to loose it all at 18 has been difficult at times. i have felt embarassed and exposed a lot of the time, but you would not believe how refreshing and inspiring this post has been for me! it’s amazing how it has actually become ‘high fashion’ to display your face in its entirety without the mask of hair, and in a way it makes the womanin the photography appear stronger and more confident. in a silly sort of way, this post has made me proud of how i look, and although i can’t control how it occurred it, this doesn’t mean something unintentional has to be ugly. i cannot thank you enough for making me aware of this, somewhat laterally, through your beautiful photography. nobody’s words made an impact, but this photograph did.
best wishes, philly x