I would have said how cute, and how very natural. A little preppy. The “gangsta” is a bit of a head scratcher with the white shirt and walking shorts on him. But lovely, and I seem to be noticing a natural red head too!
Are those Tim’s? I remember when my sister used to rock those in middle school with gray sweats and a fresh white tee… We were high fashion back in the day. I love them paired with what she’s wearing. They look great with the button up.
YESS! I was wondering when construction boots were going to show up on this site (maybe they have before and I didn’t notice, I dunno). Those boots were my preschool boyfriend’s signature, so you could say they have significant nostalgic value to me. They were also popular among the German teenage crowd when I lived in Deutschland a few years back. Gawd, they make me so happy to look at.
I absolutely do not mean this in a mean way, but I seriously thought the person on the picture was a boy… It seems to me that the legs are hairy (not that a woman isn’t free not to shave).
Very intriguing indeed.
love that she’s using a “KĂĄnken” backpack.
That was the most uncool backpack you could have when I was a kid. Kids hated it but parents loved it (still do). It is interesting how nostalgia can change ones view of things.
I love the red hair in this photo. That color is very rare, in my mind, that deep red. I also love how self-possessed she seems, as a redhead I know that I got a lot of looks and stares because of my hair. That era has passed I guess.
While the subject may border on the androgynous look, her choice of pink socks and a yellow backpack give her away. The pastel colors compliment her beautiful hair and skin, giving her an impressive sharp look.
This is cool. I would never wear an outfit like this. But you can see she’s very creative and a deardevil.
Orange hair.. with pink socks.. in Timberlands and bear legs! I wouldn’t say stunning, but very cool!