Its a pretty summer look on a pretty charming woman, but I think everything is too big, the dress, the bag, the necklace, even her hair is a bit too much, and I don't like the shoes at all, but anyway it works on her!
First, the dress greatly accentuates her hips and distorts her shape. That is not good. Second, the shoes cry sensible, middle-aged, blue-collar German woman named Helga. Third, the neckwear cheesy and there is way too much of it. Finally, the gold-tone, old school digital watch should be reserved for other attire.
I'm glad to see someone who is not stick thin, someone athletic looking. Also white sandals in October – that's brazen. Of it all, I like the necklaces. That's what drew me in. Overall, odd outfit for fall. But if it was a hot day, I'd say it was seasonal retro and nice!
This is a casual relaxed look, perfect for sight seeing, going to a film, or running errands. flattery is overcome by bright hues, statement necklaces and interesting shoes. She wasnt going for a look that screamed "check out my shap", it was fashionable function with ease… and a smile.
Woah Anonymous.. I'm definitely not knocking the baggy/loser-fitting look. I rock it often enough. This particular dress- to me, not saying anyone has to agree- enlarges her hips on what is most likely a very gorgeous frame.
I like most of the elements in and of themselves, but together, not so much. The color pink and the huge mothballesque beads remind me of middle school girls in Claire's. I have nothing wrong with flats or sandals, but these shoes don't do it for me- sort of look like those terrible Crocs trying to be mod or something. I don't mind so much that the dress is loose; I think that look can be worn well, but it misses it a bit here. She is cute and I feel like I would want to be here friend though! I admire someone for wearing such boldness…even if it doesn't quite work!
This woman looks like a woman that is not some 'so and so' in fashion with that I-know-Sart look that so many people featured on this blog have. She looks like a nice and normal, healthy, charming woman who I would see at a cafe chatting with her friends or waiting for a tram. Big up Melbourne trams:) I personally love the fact that you can see that she has hips and calves and she isn't trying to necessarily look like anyone else. Her dress, her necklace, her bag and her shoes that I wouldn't rock but that she rocks well….it all looks like its part of her. And it is. This real woman looks effortlessly and dangerously chic.
Sart when are you going to Africa to shot some fashionistas there?
In agreement to other comments; this dress may not be the most flattering and the shoes may be too "sensible" but I still can't get enough of this woman's outfit. The colour is stunning and the interlinking of the white and black accessories just tie all the pieces together. Altogether I find this outfit striking.
I love the color of her dress. I love how casual it/she looks. I love the cute jewelry. Beautiful smile and hair color. A very fresh girl.
However like many others I feel everything is a bit too big. Those shoes may be comfortable but I don't think they add anything to the look.
Someone asked if other women like to have a casual day every so often, not have on form fitting clothing, high heels and the answer is of course. I love those days… but I have a few cute, straight summer shifts that I wear when I feel that way. This dress actually seems larger at the hips and distorts her lovely figure.
hey..I have a watch that looks exactly like hers but is silver…Mine is Casio and it was pretty cheap if I remember corectly… I loved the vintage look of it but my friends keep laughing at me because is childish, they say…
It might not be the most flattering dress shape and yet most of the reactions people have is that she looks great, sweet, cute, happy and her smile is full of genuine happiness that it is infectious. It doesn't matter that the dress is shapeless, her true colours are bright and lovely.