Lovely use of clashing textures and patterns. Looks great with the light denim, even though I’m not usually a huge fan of lighter denim, and the red bag just brings the whole outfit together. Very fun.
Wow, such a different expression on her face, different hairdo, and a complete different clothing style! If I wouldn’t know it is the same girl as in the previous post I would have probably overlooked that possibility!
now this is an outfit that i love!! the blazer is adorable with the bows, it looks like something anthropologie would design. her bracelet, ring and necklace are great as well. they don’t “match” per say but they still manage to go together nicely. the clutch is a great pop of color. love it!
this picture compared to the previous one is outstanding. love the color pop with the bag and the tie in of the country living style with her plaid. the jacket is fem and brings it all together. her face is stunning!
I want to acknowledge the creativity, but I really can't get over the possibility that there may be some "Chanel," aesthetic to her look. I think it has to do with the cropped tweed jacket and the wide-legged jeans and that red quilted clutch. The creativity comes in with the added accessories, especially how she adds those black strips of velcros to look like bows on the jacket and the added plaid, she makes it look so effortless and chic.
I LOVE this look on Natasha… the proportions of the jacket and pant really make her body look fantastic. The outfit has just the right amount of quirkiness — the red back, black detail on the jacket, touches of plaid — balanced with a basic white shirt and light denim. Bravo!
Even though she has great hair and i love the wrap on it, I dislike what she is wearing overall because I feel like 1. the grey jacket with black on it does not go well with the outfit- makes it kind of tacky 2. Maybe she should have worn other pants- these jeans are not the right color/wash for the rest of her outfit. Other than that, like the picture below- I like her style.
Head wrap and matching shirt with cherry-red bag and bangs … SOOOOOOO adorable. Necklace and manicure – nice touches. Love the bows on the jacket. The full cut of the jean leg and her beautiful complexion. So young and pretty. Great shot, Sarty!
I love that this is a very easy, comfortable style, yet still chic. Natasha’s style proves that “comfort” and “put-together” are not mutually exclusive. While I don’t like the pants because they seem like an odd light wash that don’t quite fit her right, I love everything from the waist up, particularly the scarf and hair tie. I think what makes this look is how happy she looks to be in it.
I love her more in this picture – it looks more complete to me…..In the other picture she makes me – and problably every Dutch thirtysomething – think about that Dutch gilrsband from the eighties the Dolly Dots — Love the detail on her nails, the clutch and she wears her jeans so well – wow !
I can’t really speak for trends in Moscow, maybe light blue denim is the thing, there. I’m not a huge fan. I would have liked to see high-waisted pants, here — maybe that would be too expected, I don’t know. The jacket is great, and I love the shirt/matching headscarf. I enjoy the variation of styles that she pulls off. Just seeing these two photos, I can’t tell that she always does it, but it seems like she might always toss a bright color into her outfit that makes it her own. That’s one way to tie a wide variety of styles together.
Absolutely fabulous. I would never have thought that the plaid blouse would look so right with the tweed jacket. I love the little bows all over it, very chic. And her manicure is insane! Wish I had this much chutzpah.
anonymous said: “only Russians would understand”… not only :) “Sielo” means “village”, “countryside” and I think I know what you meant. There’s too much of everything here, and its kitch mistaken for an elegance.
I totally want this whole look. sooo cute and classic and not at all boring. The detailing on the jacket is grrreat. And who doesn’t feel a little better with a bright red anything! I do wish the jeans fit a little more tailored around the waist though.