two well appointed ypoung ladies, but don’t you think the shoes on the first one are a bit of a stretch? she looks like the office gals you see crammed into the subway at 8:00 a.m., all dressed up with those puffy white sneakers.
what is the issue with green? we see it so rarely, yet it looks so good on so many people. it’s a neutral (in that it sits well with so many of it’s cousins), yet it’s distinctive. it’s the friend so many of us look for, but rarely find.
ok. i am WAY too sleepy to be writing at this point.
NO,no no,I donÂ´t like these. The bag and the sneakers on the first girl donÂ´t fit with the rest of the outfit.The second girl just lacks the it in herÂ´s. DonÂ´t see the red thread in these pictures.
I love both of their outfits EXCEPT for the first woman’s shoes. WHY?! Simple flats would have made the outfit 10X better. It’s comparable to when girls where flip-flops with dresses. You know, what’s the point?
i am a big supporter of wearing comfortable tennis or ballet flats or whatever during the commute to the office, however, the white nikes are killing that outfit in the first picture. i think less poofy tennis shoes or black flats would have been a lot better.
These are lovely colours. The outfit on the first lady is wonderful…until you get to the shoes. I don’t understand what she was thinking; I do believe there should be some comfortable, better-looking alternatives.
I knew the second I saw the first image there would be a load of people in the comment section moaning about the shoes, because god forbid, someone hasn’t conformed to this seasons ankle boot (I thought the same of the “hammer pants” a few days ago – that girl pulled them off and she looked amazing). I for one, think the shoes work, but then again, I live in London, where plimpsoles are over done on a daily basis, so I’m just to this look by now!
Thank you, Sart! It’s great to see someone who’s comfortable and confident enough in how they look to throw on a pair of sneakers for trekking around the city streets. She’ll be doing pirouettes in 50 years, when the 4-inch heel-wearers are all telling their grandkids to go fetch things for them. :)
Aside from that, her sweater/jacket is magnificent. Love the second subject’s look, too. They both wear green really well.
I think the girl in the first picture is wearing sneakers cause her feet hurt because she’s been working all day. She probably has a pair of amazing shoes in her bag but she’s way more comfortable and fresh with her sneakers…besides that she’s so young and cute she can pull off anything and look great…oh, and I know her from high school!
Eh, sorry? My first thought about the first picture was: “Hey, amazing that someone dares to wear those shoes to that outfit.” I think it doesn’t give her a unconventional look, but I do think it gives her this “down to earth”-touch, still with a fashion sensibility. She’s got style!
I think the most of you commenting are a bit too conservative and into “This is how 2007 should look, this is how a fashionable person should wear their clothes”-thinking.
And I’m not only talking about the comments about this girl.