I like the outfit, most of all because it looks like she splurged on the shoes and paired it with other nice things she already had. These days you have to make your closet work extra duty!!! Jorge from WPB
Hmmmm… beautiful girl but there is just too much going on in this outfit with the different textures, patterns and colours. Don’t get me wrong – love the mismatch and texture/colour clash but only when it works and here, there is something missing – the thick layers of woollen coat and skirt do not complement each other, and the 255 and LV shoes are both fighting for attention and neither wins.
i like this. i like her rolled cuffs and chunky ring. can you imagine this with a slim, high-waisted fuschia mini instead? that would be very wow, i think. but i like it, as is, too. she looks like a fabulously interesting person. :)
The shoes have an uplifting and cheery quality about them. I think there’s too many ideas in one shoe but sometimes too much is just right. Her legs are pretty too. The rest of her look is too much and it’s the opposite of too much is just right.
The shoes are nice, I don’t get the HUGE fuss over them but I wouldn’t turn my nose up at them either. However, I just don’t feel it with this outfit. It just doesn’t go.
It’s lovely seperate but not as a whole…I appreciate the use of the sandals to “spice” things up but they should be paired with something similar or at least complimentary, like an all black outfit, a leather mini, a white dress…anything but this.
Not that I don’t love what she’s got going on, I just would have gone in a different direction. You can be avante garde with your style but in the end, it has to make “sense”
i have decided to buy the new vuitton shoes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! bon, the look is trendy but too trendy with the chanel bag (do not like it) love the green touch and the dark blue/black and white striped top.
I don’t understand why some posters are so overly critical by some of the outfits shown here. I thought this blog was to showcase interesting fashion ensembles that we can take inspiration from, not judge it. It’s completely ok if you don’t like a particular outfit, but why dissect it? In my opinion its kind of insulting to the subject.
She likes her clothes, and how she puts her ensemble together is HER right and it represents of HER style and taste, that’s what really matters. Why are we so critical?
I find it interesting that no one commented (save the title) on the use of the color green. This is the first thing I was struck by!
Have I been under a rock and thereby, am the only one who had a revelation upon the green? I’d completely forgotten the color. Not since the early 90s have I worn that hue (in a leather bomber jacket – ugh).
Most recently, there’s so much talk regarding shades of gray, shades of black, deep blues, all of the above mixed together. . . but green?
I applaud her effort but it’s not one of my favorites. The combination of textured skirt and textured jacket just doesn’t work for me. I feel like there are too many blatant status items that don’t seem to go together.
Is it me or is there anyone else who is totally done with the OVER THE TOP womens shoes sported about town for awhile now??
Are they REALLY flattering?? Hold your hand over the women from the knees up, now hold your hand over the woman from the knees down, which is more attract?? As a matter of fact, the look isn’t even congruent. Maybe the top half should be wearing a winter downhill skying outfit??