When you are young you can pretty much wear ANYTHING and look good. My daughter is 19 yrs old and she just never looks bad. I don’t ever remember feeling I looked good in anything at her age. Now in my fifties it seems I have to work harder to look casual and comfortable and stylish. I get a lot of my new fashion sense from watching my daughter and how she dresses. It is a feat to look fashionable at 50 and not silly or childish.
Now that’s style–the ability to wear a cami-bra outfit as casually as an old t-shirt and jeans. (However, I suspect that simply being in Berlin raises the style quotient of almost any outfit a few points… dang, I love that city.)
How fitting that she has– what looks like– a Hermes scarf wrapped around a golden coiffure. . Some of my favorite artists in music; Bowie/Eno , in painting; German Expressionists, and literature; Christopher Isherwood, did their best work in Berlin.
Thats is so awesome and sporty. Love the slacks with the top. Showing the top half of the stomach is so right and perfectly done with the belly button covered. Her face is perfect, and I LOVE the scarf.
Lovely girl. So feminine. And she looks so comfortable.
I love high-waisted pants, but they are nearly impossible to find in Toronto, at least. Even slender women, unless they are emaciated, develop a muffin top in low rise pants.
Then there is the other problem. I watched with some discomfiture recently a young mother bend over to place her purchases in the tray underneath her baby buggy. I and all the men behind her were treated to a generous display of her bottom. Oh, dear. I’m sure she would have died if she had known. I debated whether to mention it or not, but opted for a quiet life.
Love everything about her look, from her blonde hair and Betty Boop head scarf to her bra top, necklace, striped trousers, and down to her perfect selection in sneakers. About the only thing I would add is a wristwatch. I have a fetish for women who wear wristwatches, the bigger the better.