I am crazy about looks like this as they very cleary state a person’s confidence and let one take ownership of the look, epecially here where is wearing a mix of clothes and accessories. VERY VERY COOL INDEED.
She looks lovely and happy, and stylish. But am I the only one who sees this and thinks, “Oh, a super-chic married Orthodox Jew?” It’s not just the scarf covering her hair–she also appears to be brown-bagging it, which may mean she’s eating Kosher food. I could be wrong, but I’d be so happy to be right.
commenters always seem to jump on the most obvious association… e.g. peasant or land girl (in this case). or a SLIGHTLY high waist equals the 1930s, even thought the rest of the look may be COMPLETELY different. really i wish some people had a broader frame of reference.
What are the broader references I am missing, herringbonekid? I am genuinely interested in your opinion. I thought the head scarf, jumper + jacket, and heavy boots sort of screamed ‘working the land’, but what else is in the photo that is completely different from that frame of reference? The bag? Anyone else have any ideas?
some women must be very care about scarves in their heads, Â´couse scarves, some times, gives a look of paysans, or maids going work in their uniformes of working people,
if you choose a ssarve to put in your head, make sure, your with the righy clothes, stylish clothes, elegants…otherwise..