Fashion, in my personal opinion, is an opportunity for everyone to artistically express how they hope to feel emotionally. As such, you should not be afraid to take a chance. With that said…..
….I'm enjoying the lines, oversized yet allowing a hint of scandalousness (if such a word would ever exist). There could be a very steamy story to go along with this, especially when you add the shoes to the equation.
I would have like to see her face, thats could have change what I actually think about this pic. Its really amazing, but its too risky, any heavy storm comming up, and shes undress… ok Ive fallen in love with her style but not with the risk that represents! btw Ive fallen in love with this new site, of lingerie:: http://www.vcdreams.com love it!!!!
I don't think I would encourage anyone do walk out of the house in full daylight dressed like that and with such lovely physical attributes to display. She is sexy, no doubt; maybe, a little too sexy bordering on narcissistic and distracting enough to cause road accidents. Longer 'dress shirt', shorter heels would add some friendliness to the look; she'd be more approachable and meet a better kind of gentleman.
This seems like a fashionable walk of shame :P But seriously, she should have defined her waist a little bit more so it didn't look so "i borrowed my big ass boyfirends shirt". The shoes however make it somewhat work.
it's beautiful on her. looks like exactly what i want to wear in this inescapable tropic heat, i.e., nothing too close to the body. alas, it would look like a tent on my petite frame. but just looking at the photo makes me think of breezier days and cooler temps.
Sexy, sexy, sexy… The attitude, the balance between being self assured without being out of place, the colors, the selection of shoes, the hair…evrything is perfect You are a lucky chap finding this amazing looking women Mr Sart… Salud!
The shoes are killer — I hope only in a good way. I can't imagine walking down an old street in Europe with them on. But they're perfect for an art gallery hostess or showing up at your hotel's restaurant.
Technically, this look — the "no pants" thing, the baggy shirt — should be a "Don't." But it works beautifully for this particular woman, and isn't that the point of great, individual style? Re. the possibility of wind gusts: Maybe she has mini-shorts on underneath. Or maybe just a fabulous pair of knickers!
I'm so torn. On one hand I want to love this. I really do. She is gorgeous and has such a beautiful air about her. I'm always a fan of oversized shirts and those shoes are to die for. But, I feel that the proportion is just wrong. The shirt needs to be slimmer and slightly longer. Then, it would be perfection.
This reminds me a lot of another picture you did a few months ago of a beautiful Asian woman (in London or Pairs maybe?) She was wearing an oversized shirt, black tights, and black heels. It was such a lovely picture.
She's so clearly beautiful, even without being able to see her face, that it just makes me sad to see her wearing what looks more like her husbands over sized sleep shirt than even his work shirt. I get what she was going for, but it just looks unfinished and sloppy to me, and she clearly isn't either of those things.
I'm not totally convinced that's a dress. However, I think style is subjective and if she woke up and decided this was her look for the day and on top of that ended up with the Sartoialist photographing her..*shrugs*
I love it. Stop being so serious! She doesn't look trampy, or "narcissistic". The shirt/dress isn't even that short, and the heels balance it out. Who knows, maybe on another day she'd wear Bermuda shorts and a t-shirt. You don't have to judge her character by her outfit. We women like to have "sexy" days, and this was one for her.
My favorite things in this photograph: the envelope in her hand and the cute pixie cut. Really not impressed by the outfit. It looks a bit skanky. Maybe if she wore converse I would change my mind. haha
that kind of shirt-dress is simply not my style. I would'nt consider that as something casual or fun, to me it looks really just messy. But i definitely agree that she has great legs and the SHOES rock!!
i know heaps of people are saying she should wear a belt blah blah but i absolutely adore the fact that she did not. one doesnt always have to define/show one's figure. volume is fun and interesting. this picture definitely is a good example. it probably looks like an odd look as it is incredibly unique!
This picture makes me feel nervous! I'm waiting a gust of wind at any moment. I'm also concerned for her because she went out in her pyjamas…? Also, she has no pants on! The tension is all too much for me. Its like one of those bad dreams where you went to school in your pyjamas, or forgot to put your pants on, and then you realise and you're so embarrassed… just as an aside, i get those dreams as an adult but instead i go to work with my shower cap on. ?
Wonderful….it seems like such a liberating outfit, one which you might wear with a 'devil may care' attitude. I thoroughly disagree with the "where's the belt??" comments, as it would tie her down and make the whole image quite ordinary, whereas at the moment she seems to be defying gravity, both physically with those exquisite heels, and mentally, as though escaping the restraints of conventional "dress to impress" style and opting for one which is an expression of her mood, rather than an exhibition of her figure. If anything, the oversized garment accentuates her beauty and sensuality, as her flawless legs lead us to believe that what is concealed is as perfect as they are, if not more so. Her stance and the light create such an allure, and despite the sexiness there is also an element of childish innocence about the outfit, as though she was playing at 'dressing up as a grown-up' with clothes from her parents' wardrobes, giving her a surprising air of cheeky sophistication. She doesnâ€™t appear to be looking for approval, rather daring you to disagree, and thus the question with this outfit should not be whether it â€˜worksâ€™ or whether we â€˜likeâ€™ it, but whether it has succeeded in inspiring our imaginations and conveying the mood of the wearer, and in my opinion it certainly has! Magnifiqueâ€¦.
she needs to find somewhere that does a better spray tan – she is white then orange then patches of white on her feet…and wearing 'look at me' shoes, you need to make sure that is flawless or it looks trashy. love the shoes, but not the potato sack.or the tan.obviously.
the angle of the sun makes me think this could be an early morning pick… I think that this is less of a fashion statement and more a courageous statement that she loves (or was just loving on) a man bigger than she.
This woman looks AMAZING from head to toe. Her sexiness is off the charts! If you google "shirtdress", you will see countless vanilla examples worn with belts, tights, and ballet flats. And every single one is boring as hell. This woman may be a lot of things, but she most certainly is NOT boring or vanilla.
She pulls this off because of her hair style, the contrast of her petite body within the voluminous shirt, and those sexy shoes. Bravo to this woman for her daring sexuality. I would love to see her in this outfit, but also wearing a chunky men's watch. Very well done.