Another Italian fashion blogger I adore, as weel as stunning Eleonora Carisi!
And here we have a real woman, with real curves and real hair, so different from some always-perfect fashion icons….
So, definitely: We love Angela!
Congratulations!, Is the first time I see a woman here !!!!, I mean real real … with large thighs and a little overweight, I like women like Angelika … who are the majority in the streets …
However, this is not a criticism ….
I love your photos and women, men and children in them.
Good job, it’s nice to start the day with images as beautiful as yours.
It’s amazing what someone can do with just a little imagination and style. None of these looks is expensive, nor particularly hard to duplicate. But the fedora with the leggings, a hoodie with a lace skirt and a pair of skinny jeans with a beautiful coat, all say classic.
Such a great series… like her stunningly beautiful features, her style stuns as you get closer and take a look at, in many cases, her one ladylike piece set against other practical and tailored menswear pieces.
I like how you’ve showed the beauty of a thicker, average looking woman who possesses curvy hips and shapely calves in these photographs. It proves that women who aren’t emaciated are able to wear clothes elegantly and carry themselves gracefully. There are many average looking women out there who do dress very fashionably and I would like to see them integrated into your style chronicles. Well done with today’s post. It’s a start.
What a lovely woman!
She also has an amazing knack for looking sleek and sharp but not over-thought or pretentious. I’m guessing this stems from her style’s marriage of form to function. As a photographer she needs to be able to move (and probably get into some fairly contorted positions to get shots); all of these looks would allow her to do this (e.g. the ridiculously flattering knee-length skirt is worn with opaque tights).
She is natural and so attractive. She is stylish, but she is never overdressed. She knows herself and loves her look. That’s why we feel sooo much about her. It’s not only the hat, but a strong personality, that rules!! I love her state of mind ! Thank you, Angelika!
I don’t normally comment but my mouth was left agape after seeing a couple of comments on this woman. She is certainly not a waif but neither is she overweight. I am appalled that this is what constitutes as overweight nowadays. In regards to her outfits, personal style will always come off better than something contrived. She wears her clothes they don’t wear her. Rock on.
I believe in her! The comments about body type are obviously the byproduct of our media-skewed vision of reality – I don’t think anyone was posting to offend. That said, we are part of the co-creation of media. Our demand affects what is produced…creating something unique, as Scott has done, and/or asking for more is a wonderful start.
So happy to see a woman like her here. My legs are exactly like hers…poor me I don’t have the boldness to wear skirts/ dresses because of my heavy legs. I am headed to the beach in a few days and my biggest problem is what to wear. I am uncomfy wearing anything that will show my legs. Help please, anyone? firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for another whimsical photo. I love her style, it seem like the ensemble is just thrown together, not over thought or fussy â€¦.and thatâ€™s the way I like it. Your site wills me to dress better and inspires my model want-to-be side. ~Sherrad