I am in love with this outfit, as with all the other more off-kilter, dark-colored, oddly-shaped stuff you’ve been posting lately. (Or maybe it just seems off-kilter to someone from the provinces). I love how she’s got the cardigan-thing wrapped, I love the loose pants with their interesting detail, I love the faint hard-to-name color of the tee/tank, I love her hair. I never actually print out pictures for inspiration, since all my clothes are “skirt thing” and “dress thing” and “shirt thing” like that girl in Pattern Recognition, but I’m going to print this one out.
Is that a regular cardy she’s got wrapped all skewiff? I like it.
There is something so appealing about those trousers, I would totally slouch down to my fav cafe in them too, or to early morning class. Hell yes. Love the colour of the tee too, the whole palate in fact. Reminds me of my early university days when my hair has exactly like that for a couple of years. She looks lovely but I on the other hand was skewing for Maria de Medeiros as Anais Nin in Henry & June but looked more like a plumpish alter boy.
I like billowy, craziness contrasted with the dainty red nails. So cute.
Wow, one cold day (which probably caused the nip-show-through) and that’s a cause to get unglued. Her outfit suggests she’s female and apparently that’s uncomfortable. However, if she had a deep V-neck, it might be considered sophisticated. Interesting.
I love how the outfit is totally covered and slouchy yet sexy.
She does! And a fabulous one at that, so I wouldn’t blame her for trying to highlight it. But – not sure it’s meant to be so obvious. To me it seems like one of those surplice-neckline accidents, when it comes dislodged every 400 steps. Not like she has a hand free to fix it.
I mean, I believe it’s an asymetrical design [or she's wearing it that way] but not necessarily meant to be worn at that exact provocative angle. JMHO.
Is that not a skirt? I can’t actually see the bottom. To me it looks like a hobble skirt falling into a funny dent. Cute though!
I think she looks terrific – it is a great contrast to the sundresses and grecian sandals that everyone seems to be wearing this season, which frankly, leave a lot to be desired. Again this proves that style comes in all shapes and sizes, and not everyone agrees! Wish I had that top…..
Could have done it for me if she would have worn something tight with the outfit, but entirely slouchy is almost never a good look. I really dislike how the pants look like they’re mopping the floor, and honestly, you have to be an Olsen twin to pull an outfit like this.
love it! sometimes I think of go to NY and live there, but gets afraid that I will lose myself if I do. but she has that expression that you donÂ´t have to lose yourself if you live in NY. I love that even though she stands in the middle of a NY city street in a gothish kaftan and 2 take away-coffees, she has that sincere and still very practical look. a sense of ” now” and a sense of truthness.
Very original, very pretty, and very expressive. I can not think of anything i would change. Everything works together. I especially like the bright nail polish! The fact that some people just don’t understand this look is further proof of its perfection!