This girl is so pretty… What an amazing blond hair! She doesn’t really need to dress well to look great, but anyways I think she could do better… Everything is OK, the cardigan, the shoes, even the bag, but those leggings… IMHO, they’re just ugly…
yuck and sloppy. There is nothing attractive about this. There is a difference in the current leggings look of layers and soft fabrics and this horrid, thrown together example. I wonder if she thought the shoes justified her leaving her home looking like this.
she looks really relaxed and comfortable, i like that. those leggings are so fun i think i need them! does anybody know whether they are vintage one offs or if i could buy them online somewhere? (i’m from australia)
I hate leggings as pants, but I’m totally digging her look. Maybe it’s because the leggings are a little loose? The cardigan seems like a really really nice fabric so maybe that’s also why I like it. This is confusing me. She looks great.
Ok, Seriously? Who could actually like those leggings except for maybe a 67 year old teacher from Iowa? They’re a throw back in a BAD, BAD way. I think this girl is LOVELY TIMES 10, but nothing about this outfit works for me. The shoes are alright, but the bag and sweater are both just very bland.
I think the sweater works because it matches to well with the heels. Those leggings are a bit too much for me, but if I were as gorgeous as her I would probably try something that wacky every now and then. Fashion shouldn’t be safe.
The girl is very pretty and has a mode figure but… where is the sartorial brilliance in this outfit? Looks like she borrowed the cardigan from her dad and the leggings will look good only on a toddler.
I wondered what happened to that sweater I lost at the gym 10 years ago, and now here it is! At the time, I was only a little upset that I lost it, since I figured it was out of style anyway. Who knew it would come back in so soon? I should’ve checked the lost & found.
What’s wrong with you people. The leggings are fantastic. Black leggings are passe for sures, but I have a feeling we’ll be seeing more fantastic leggings out and about. They are just toooo comfy to give up. Leggings are the new jeans. Jeans are dead!
IÂ´m a bit surprised that there are so many negative comments posted,cause this time I decided to be real open minded and in my opinion since the girl is so pretty and the leggings fit nicely with the background -so why not!
She looks like one of those paper toys where you can mix and match the head, torso, legs, and feet of various characters and she’s been all mixed up, the princess head, the grandpa torso, the clown legs, and the diva feet. In that way this outfit interesting since it is playing with expectations.
I think she exudes a kind of eccentric sophistication. Anyone could throw together a cardigan over regular leggings but she took this look to a whole new level.
The sweater and shoes were made to match, the bag isn’t overtly trendy, and the loose fitting leggings give it some funk. The fact that everything is neutral and BAM! there’s your color is pretty sick, and her hair looks so relaxing.
I like that she’s brave, but I’ll have to agree with the previous posts about about the 80s leggings. I like how she tames her outfit with the grey and white combo on the top though. And props for a great sense of proportion!
Not feeling this. I prefer to see outfits that are chic enough to look good on anyone who wears them, not silly trends that only look good on the young, thin and beautiful. I expect this from the plethora of hipster street style sites out there, but not you, Sart.
Normally I wouldn’t be a fan but I am! Her neutral-colored, tame top provides good balance for those wild leggings…though the shoes are a bit too matchy-matchy with the sweater for me and I would prefer a ponytail. Disparaging comments towards her leggings are expected but kudos to her for being bold.
i personally do not like leggings at all. i guess some people can really carry off the look. this girl can certainly wear leggings, but the prints are really quite frightening. Love her bag & wedges though.
The idea of leggings? Fine. These particular leggings? Nightmarishly ugly. The other images here that I haven’t liked have at least embodied a particular train of thought or a different style about them. That stimulation is part of the great pleasure of reading these pages. However this is simply the ugliest outfit I’ve ever seen here. I’m quite horrified by the though that we might see this very, very unattractive look again – it was bad enough first time round when this pretty young girl was not even a twinkle in someone’s eye. Please, somebody, save her!
I think a lot of what makes fashion such an art is knowing what you can and can’t wear, even if it looks fabulous or terrible on someone else. With legs like those, I imagine this girl knows she’s got options! Like many other commenters, I don’t love the pattern on the leggings, but do love the idea and the nerve behind it, willing to express it. She looks beautiful. I think the greatest elements in this outfit is that sweater, that bag, those legs(did she get those at H&M too? I’d like a pair) and her fabulous hair.
Those leggings are Henrik Vibskov, aren’t they? I think she’s tall enough to pull it off. I’m surprised so many people who commented thought those leggings were ugly. I think they’re fun, though she could’ve gone all the way Vibskov replaced the upper part with more colors/patterns. Anyhow she’s very pretty and looks very good as she is in the picture.
I like that I can look at the photo and know it’s all intentional. She wasn’t duped into these leggings, she meant to wear them.
Still, there’s something about fashion I’m trying to come to terms with. These leggings are straight up 1988, in my view. (Then again, I was a 3rd grader in a small, midwestern town in 1988, so I could be off by a few years!) I understand how looks can be INSPIRED by previous decades and movements: I love it when disco, Elizabethan, bohemian styles ripple through a designer’s line, or even pop fashion. But when there’s a simple replication of a very dated style it seems far less like fashion innovation and a lot more like copying or just kind of a joke. Is it just that the 80s are too close to home for me? Or is this a fair critique.
Whether or not I like the leggings, she is a beautiful girl and can, thus, wear whatever she pleases!
this is almost the same outfit that i wore today, even down to the long stringy hair! faux denim leggings from american apparel + dad’s dior sweater + plain tee + grandma’s old purse + a pair of oxford heels from forever21. that’s my reciepe for a lazy day outfit.
people need to chill out on the whole leggings as pants thing. its comfortable and easy. just make sure that the bum is covered, or else it is just tacky in my opinion.
i rather go out like that than wear juicy couture sweats or my pj pants like many girls at my school opt to do.