At first I thought "a perfect outfit but the shoes, they're so ugly!", like a lot of people have said… then I thought "but, no, the shoes are the unusual item in this outfit", and now I think "these shoes couldn't go with any other outfit but this one". Liked it at all, a lot.
You're just kidding, aren't you? (Please, please tell me you're joking…)
Sure, she looks sharp in spite of the visible logo, and the shoes are nifty, but calling a clearly commercial high-fashion look "goth" feels like a stake in the heart for those of us who value real subcultural style.
love her hair against the stark black – amazing! first time in a while the use of branding works – outfit offsets it instead of it being a distraction. only thing goth really are the shoes, which work splendidly with the rest of the ensemble. aviators a nice touch.
How fashionable and cool she is dress like that in the picture! I like it very much, I think the sunglasses just increase her charming and trendy element, I have a similar sunglasses which was purchased on http://www.tomfordsunglassess.com. really an amazing website for sunglasses, I hope I could also be a fashionable and special lady like her in the picture.
i personally love her shoe choice. not because i'm a fan of their shape or style, but because it causes the prissy girls to say "ew". if she had worn heels, i would've thought she was trying too hard. they are the part of her outfit that tells you she will wear what she wants and doesn't care what people think.
This lady is certainly striking. i should say its because of her monotone coloured dressing and most importantly, her GINGER brown coloured hair that stands out so much!! And the fact that its so supple and neat. Great taste of match.
I enjoy when people take a brand and estrange it from its original target social group or social context. The brand and the piece of clothing then becomes so much more interested and more interesting for the 'audience'. Surely not every piece of clothing on her is Chanel though. I'd be interested to know where she got her 'brothel creepers' from since someone was evoking the "camden look". The sunglasses look strangely tilted towards the front. Also, is that a scarf that bears the Chanel insignia or is it part of her coat? But do you not think, on the other hand that Chanel in certain periods and still occasionally now with certain pieces does cut into gothic style by the rigidity and austerity the it can embody? Even this year in some of the spring summer items of the pret a porter line.