I guess brown has been the new black for awhile now but I’ve only recently come around to using it more, so I love her different shades. My question though is this: did you ask the young woman to strike that pose to mimic the chair legs above? An interesting photograph of vertical and horizontal lines.
When I wear my brown lace-ups, they look a little more schoolgirl than I’d like. When she wears them, they get subsumed into her offbeat sexiness, and even add to it. I love everything about what she’s wearing. Though I might have left off the second belt, which speaks of effort just a little.
No. But I think you may be the only one that thinks that messy and a bit shabby are something to stay away from. No one liked to look like they are wearing an “outfit”. The pieces she wears are all beautiful alone. the shirt and shoes especially, but the offbeat way they are put together makes the look sexy. Messy is almost synonymous with sexy.
Oh, I was surprised when scrolling down the photo to see flat lace-ups as opposed to the sexy heel I was anticipating (I like stylish flat shoes as sexy heels hurt too much). I like the creativity behind this outfit, like tucking the shirt under, and the double belting, though I’m not sure I actually like it.
I agree with the comments re: the set-up of the shot, right under the chair or mannequin legs above. Cool.
I love this because I’ve never seen it before. Well, it’s not what I like to call “morbidly over-trendy.” She’s got her own thing going on. The placement of the belt buckle is a nice personal touch, and when’s the last time we saw pirate chic on the streets? The only thing is… what the heck is she doing? Haha