I really the scarf tucked in underneath the coat and the collar worn up. The skirt sticking out under teh double breasted grey jacket is totally endearing. I love the chunky scarf, but unfortunetly in Oz scarfs and big coats aren’t experimented with often. Its those little details or accidentals that finish it off. Oh, and the cigarette.
The young lady on the right looks like she could be pretty & pulled together but I don’t understand why she left the house wearing her sofa throw. Granted, the pattern & colors look cool but it drowns her out and I’m left wondering who is buried underneath?
The scarf (right) is over-the-top big, but I like that. Once I saw a boy walking around in the dead of winter wrapped up in a huge antique Kashmir paisley shawl, probably bedspread size. It was stunning, in a good way, and probably really warm.
What, really? I LOVE the girl on the right for wearing the blanket/scarf. It’s whimsical and daring but so subtle that you wonder if she didn’t even intend for it to be whimsical or daring… which is the best part! It’s cartoonish and exaggerated and not …immediately attractive in the conventional sense, sure. But that’s why I love and live in New York…