There’s no doubt that CR has great style and access to the biggest and best labels available to anyone however; I’d be more impressed if she wasn’t always head-to-toe in labels. It’s just a sore spot of mine, if you have money and access, then I expect you to look good, it’s the everyday person on the street that I find impressive!
love the colors of her outfit (i’d say that dress isn’t really for day, though). i’ve got to say that, as lovely as she is, her hair color is doing her no favors. too orange, too similar in value to her skin, and contrasting in color, bringing out a ruddiness in her complexion. hair tone is so personal and so key. other than that, she clearly has a great eye, lovely smile, and a truly enviable figure. you’ve gotta love a dress with such great details and textures. the shoes are so 90s prom, right? they’re a great grey, and they match the step behind her. in fact, the backdrop is so artfully suited to her outfit, that it certainly was not serendipity, right mr. sart?
I didn’t think I’d ever use the phrase “smokin’ hot”, but here I am using it! Are you sure she’s not a hotbot? How does she always look so effortlessly cool and sexy? I mean, besides having a skeleton key to get into any designers wardrobe. An inspiration.
I don’t like the dress, or the way it looks on her even though she has a lovely shape, or the shoes, or the gawky toed-in stance. But I do love the pairing of the ruffles and the screen louvres. Well done.
I try it to express my critic again with a more constructive approach. … ok, sorry. This alaya dress seems quite cheap to me. On a young girl it could be funny, but for Carine itâ€™s too tight, too pale rosa, too much horizontal ruffle stripes. for the shoes, enough comments have been made.
She does it well sometimes, but here it just doesnâ€™t work.