honestly, if you think this outfit would look better on a “willowy” frame, then you really need to try and broaden your image of what a beautiful body can be. i love fashion mags too, but just because the people in them are skinny doesn’t mean curvy isn’t lovely too.
i think she looks adorable. the puff of the sleeves compliments the curves in her figure. on a skinny person that aspect would be lost. thank you sartorialist (or should i refer to you as the sartorialist?) for such a find!
as unique as they come. i like how she pulls it all off. i would never want to wear it, but i think it’s amazing that she can look so ‘fashionable’ with thoes kind of items. i can’t help but loving this pic-it stands out so well in all the polished/stylish crowds. such diversity and un-superficial eye is what’s really original and wonderful about this *style* blog! along with all or our Vogues, we NEED the Sartorialist to keep us balanced and true.
Agreed, it's the look. More disgustingly is that comments on other posts point out that many women photographed in NYC are too thin, and some have even said why do you only photograph thin women. Here we finally see a curvy woman, and the response is so critical!
She looks like she could be an old best friend. With a story to tell and band tickets for old times sake.
Forget what could be wrong here, the idea behind the outfit is actually really cool. The volume in the sleeves and belt detail really compliment her figure, and the gold shoes with the lipstick red are young and edgy.