Love the colors, love the outfit. Too bad she did not take more care with the hair. I am always disappointed when I see someone, male or female, this dressed up in beautiful clothing drop the proverbial ball with unkept shoes or a last minute hair fix.
shinny happy people looking awesomely wonderful!! bueno y me encanta la entrada, este tipo de fotos me fascinan! muy vip! esta semana no pude ir a mexico donde hoy, lo unico que se habla es de moda!! recomendadisimo este site de moda que me quita la mayoria del tiempo libre q tengo, super fashion!
Very nice indeed. The colours, the leathers, even the nail polish ! Perhaps the glasses could come off, other than that the only improvement possible would be that she was naked… but still with the nail polish!
I'm liking the shapes and textures a lot (even though gator skin kinda creeps me out). The sunglasses are a bit over-done in my opinion, but hey overall it is a winner in my little book.
One thing I just have to get off my chest, is how annoying it is to see all these beautiful, creative people smoking! Grrr. I've been following this blog consistently for a long time (well, as long as it's been going, at least), and while I can always still respect the photo and the outfit, it does get on my nerves the shear number of smokers around here. But, hey, that's just my opinion and I still love these pics! I guess this is more a rag on the culture associated with fashion, which unfortunately tends to promote an unhealthy lifestyle. Oh well.
Funny what one likes appalls another. I like the messy hair, and the handbag straps. The shape of the dress is kind of gladiator? though, but the color and texture are great on her. Fingerless gloves: why not? Cigarette? Oh well, she has time to quit. Sunglasses … who is it who says: Pffff all the time…..?
Way too much leather going on although the colours and layers are lovely as are the individual pieces. Anyone near her hoping to catch a zephyr of that lovely leather scent would be sorely disappointed.
She looks like I did when I was twenty and on my way down. Maybe a little out of control…so the picture makes me anxious. I always love BV bags, and the gloves are great, and the attitude is fragile, temporary and fashionable, but not so solid, as some of your real beauties. Interesting..a thousand words..
I have to dissent from the overwhelming majority who seem to love this. The dress (or shirt?) looks like what it is – an animal hide – unfortunately not much more or much less. It's extraordinarily unflattering, in my view. Leather can be fashioned into such lovely things, but as a unifying theme, it doesn't seem quite right (at least not in this outfit).
Awed by the different leather items and wonder what there was from the hem down. Boots I bet. Anyway, that leather tunic is really interesting as are the leather fingerless gloves and oh! the bag! But I bet she's freezing her patooty off. Leather isn't warm…Masterful color mixer, too.
To all the people talking about smoking; STFU, talk about the fashion and the picture and not about the cigarettes, its getting really annoying. Its Europe; more people smoke and unlike here one is not looked upon as a criminal when smoking a cigarette while people the size of elephants are walking down the streets chowing on their big macs
i love her style! the gloves are so unique and she is like the centre of the world, standing spontaneously around all these people… nice glasses, beautiful nails, amzing bag (i'd like to have the whole image though..), and absolutely great colors match of brown, grey, black and orange! joanna
Here’s the thing: it seems such a testament to the STYLE the Sartorialist captures (as opposed to just trends) that I find myself referencing his photographs constantly for wardrobe inspiration, no matter the date they were originally captured. No matter if some or all aspects of them were a trend at that moment in time, somehow Mr. Schuman finds subjects that clearly have their own agenda, and it’s often timeless