I’m afraid I don’t get it: is that the same person? And the picture on top is named new look? If this is the case: a new look is not always a good look… That hair doesn’t suit her particularly well, together with that top it looks lost. Lost in a new look, maybe…
I had NO CLUE this was the same girl until I read the comments! But I am really sad she cut all her hair off, I liked it much better before. Both are amazing looks though. The jacket in the bottom pic I adore.
its the same girl, and sadly the bottom picture is the old one. i like both, but the second one is seriously the most brilliant collaboration of clothing i have ever seen. it changed the way i looked about clothes- i literally sent that picture to my whole family in awe haha.
She is absolutely amazing. Either way, she exudes confidence, a sense of humor, true personal style, and a willingness to push the limits while still staying true to herseslf. These are two of my favorite looks that I’ve seen on the blog- she is daring, but not over-the-top or vulgar. Rather, she is elegant and modern.
I don’t think it’s necessary to say if the first or second look is the best. She looks amazing eather way! Also its great seeing people with great style change to an other cool style, that is still their own look.
I remeber the wintery look she had and it really inspired me. I love the combo brown leather with blue, and her three quarter jacket and the hole overall look.
I love her cold weather pic. That’s actually one I’ve copied to my desktop for inspiration. I like the clothes on the new one, but she looks ‘colder’ with that hair. Maybe it’s just the pic. Love the jeans as a staple, she looks great in them!
In the bottom pictures she is dressing the scarf the same way of another woman in you pic, and exactly the same shoes of another of your shoots. Sart, she has been reading your blog quite a lot! I like her new style, more original.
I canÂ´t understand the great interest people have in the cheap brands like HM etc.These clothes are generally poorly made and you can see them on everyone.Neither can I understand the IKEA boom in the interior decoration business.Maybe itÂ´s okay for parents to buy cheap clothes for their fast-growing kids.but I canÂ´t understand adults buying and storing crap in their closets.Would it not be wiser to buy less.You then could buy quality-clothes that fit your mind,souland activities.
Andrea looks terrific both ways but I am drawn to what I assume is the new (easier to cut hair than grow it…we wouldn’t have seen her for years!!) Strong, confident, fabulous rock & roll look. Love the vibe.
I liked the before a little bit better – just because there was a certain young freshness to all that hair (particularly with all that smile). The layers also look less studied.
But, of course, if she works in fashion, cutting off the hair and going for a more ‘serious’ look could be a very intelligent professional choice. The old picture made me want to hug her, and sometimes being huggable is not right for your job.
it’s so interesting to read these comments and hear what HAIR says about a person. People have been saying basically that long wavy brunettes are warm, short bobs are cold. I am definitely partial to the old photo (I think it’s just because I adore the layering and the textures) although I wouldn’t say she looks cold with the new haircut, it’s a more mature look, the bob definitely makes her look older. But not cold. Maybe more authoritative and sophisticated, and the earlier post is more fu-loving.
“I canÂ´t understand the great interest people have in the cheap brands like HM etc.These clothes are generally poorly made and you can see them on everyone.Neither can I understand the IKEA boom in the interior decoration business.Maybe itÂ´s okay for parents to buy cheap clothes for their fast-growing kids.but I canÂ´t understand adults buying and storing crap in their closets.Would it not be wiser to buy less.You then could buy quality-clothes that fit your mind,souland activities.”
How is this related to the post? Also, I can’t stand snobs like you who think everyone’s as wealthy as they are. If I didn’t buy from IKEA, I wouldn’t own furniture. I think it would be nice if you wrote less and used quality words and proper punctuation.
I agree with anonymous 1:09. Even if you do have money, the truth is if you are chic and truly have a sense of personal style, you can make cheaper pieces look just as fashionable ( if not even more so) than expensive ones. It doesn’t take any peronal style at all to buy overpriced clothing and wear it to death; what does take style is creating a look that’s versatile and fashionable with pieces that are high end, low end, or both.
both really great. i totally agree that someone just follow this girl every day and take pics of her. she has a personal style and that’s what makes her photos so good. i remember her first photos in the blog with the 10$ pasminas!