I love that you posted these two photos together, it ads a lot to them both! And it’s great to see the fashion versatility of this young woman, I don’t know if I would have recognised her if I’d see the shots in different postsâ€¦
I like how there is so much of contrast in both the looks… The first image where she is dressed lady like… seems she just walked out of a 1920′s black and white movie… such a strong face and the way she is holding the bag & how her hand is curled up… Beautiful!!
Hehehe my thoughts exactly. This girl’s choices date me exactly – I’ve worn nearly all of the items in these pix over the years: the gloves, the tied up shirt, the cutoffs, the leather jacket, the frock, both the dark and the magenta lipstick, the 50s bag, but I never, never wore the loud 80s parka! So that’s what makes it distinctive for me!
Anyone can try on a different persona any day! LOVE both these FAB looks. I’m leaning towards the lace dress though! So cute & innocent and VOGUE!
-Daisy Nguyen from PS BANANAS fashion blog: http://psbananas.com
Lovely makeup. Love how the contours come out on the Sunday image. That must had been so much fun presenting dramatic differences by the two personas. Can some experimenting still go on throughout the entire lifetime? Perhaps not on a daily basis that would be hard to keep up with, but still. Isn’t experimenting while having fun that sartorialism is all about? Isn’t that the core of it?
I love the pictures, I love the looks, but most of all I love what you said about it.
It really comforts me because some days it annoys me a bit not being able to choose a style and be “committed” to it
ps : I really like when you add a sentence or two to your picture. It makes me see it on a different angle.
The first photo looks more stunning with those leather materials; jacket and bag. But with the second pic, she really looks beautiful in that purple jacket; purple is my favorite color. I just love her hair too. She is actually amazing!