I like the black leather shorts with the ballet outfit, it's the tough with the tender. I'm not sure about the high heeled brown boots with the socks though. I like her hair, part shaved, part curled, part mohawk. She has a nice face. The guy, who is obscured behind, looks nice. The casual blue sweater with the blue shirt, rolled up pants and the cool shoes.
I'm not a big fun of that skirt in the front but overall these three friends have a fine touch of style. London is a completely different city in terms of styling. Always a bit punky God bless Vivienne!
Yay time to play with lengths. Where as the top is structured and fitted the bottom is frumpy, but it's a play on the shape so I guess I like it for that, but hate it for it's overall lack luster of orginality since I've seen this look a lot before.
All this black! I'm not sure whether I like the big city-dress code… It has style of course. But does it express your personality? It's a real question, since I'm not sure, neither of the answer, neither of the need to 'express yourself by clothing'. What do you think?
Not London unless your idea of London is Shoreditch/Brick Lane and Somerset House. When fashion historians try to piece together what the 00s looked like, it will be a blogger fabricated version. London is so much more diverse than fashion industry drone black and 80s throwbacks who were born in 1993.