She seems to just breeze through life with effortless finesse. The trouser and blazer combo is perfect together. How she keeps the blazer on her shoulders without falling off is even better. Again effortless finess!
Ohhh. Do not like this one. At first glance I thought it was nice, but it's probably the color combo. Then I noticed how it's completely ill-fitting. Not to say that ill-fitting is bad, but there's just something about this that rubs me the wrong way.
love the overall look.very powerful, yet simple! the only not so great comment about this is that her upper part of the body looks too elongated because of the crotch and its position. OR it really looks like this picture has been stretched in a way that makes it very disproportional.
One thing that I hate for all my garment is when they needs a good … ironing.
There is a crease around the shoulder and wrinkles around the wrist part….I wonder jacket is a mock or a designer brand. (No offense, and she looks absolutely posh in that outfit, especially w/ that tartan pants)
She is playing with proportion and the notion of 'classical dressing' in a fun way. I'm not entirely sure it works, something about the jacket that jars slightly, but I admire her for trying.
Also, she looks perfectly healthy to me. By far the majority of weight related health problems are caused by too many, not too few, pounds. But, I guess, obese people don't make one feel bad about oneself.
I forgot to say in my post re: critical comments–and thanks to Sart for keeping this comments board both interesting & lively _and_ civil & "safe" (for both participants and photo subjects) through your moderation. You seem to do a fine job of distinguishing between thoughtful critiques, nasty attacks, and unnecessary pilings-on.
Hm, I feel like I am the only one hating the current trend of draping one's blazer/jacket/coat over the shoulders rather than actually putting it on…this outfit would be infinitely better, in my opinion, if she just wore the blazer the way it's supposed to be worn. I can't imagine that this style gives very good range of movement for the arms…
I love this outfit, beautiful fabrics and a great choice of colors. Her pants look a bit large, almost as if they could fall off her. Love the very unconstructed way she's wearing her shirt, not bothering to button the wrist and very low in front. A Garbo look, mixed with Lauren, and the 80's thrown in too. Love the sunglasses!
Theoretically, everything is classic and fairly safe: the camel jacket, the white shirt, the grey plaid trousers. What is remarkable about this photograph is that the woman's body is so invisible that it becomes more about the geometric shapes provided by the clothes. This shot really reminds me of Marcel Duchamp's cubist "Nude Descending Staircase." The cropped legs and the wall and frame in the background add to the cubistic sensibility. It's odd to have the woman in the foreground and have her seem so anonymous.
Not a fan of the outfit, either. Currently reading a mid-1950s book about style by Bert Bacharach and everything about this outfit screams: "ill-fitted"! :-) Would like it better tailored to her lines.
Poor Becca, You're actually reading a book on "Sartorialism" by one of the classic authorities on fashion (Bert Bacharach snd he is NOT the same guy as Rain Drops Keep Falling on my Head) and the Sart shoots you down.
She's hardly wearing the outfit at all. Her pants are halfway down.