this is fantastic! absolutely loving the coat.. i think its genius how she paired it with the sneakers.. mixing the sheek with the grunge gives it a defiant feel, like she is challenging someone to question her fashion choices.. the coat wouldnt be nearly as memorable for me if it wasnt paird with the sneakers.
and the backdrop on the photo is absolutely GORGEOUS.
probably my favorite picture on this site to date. love love love.
this is not style. this is fashion overkill. you can’t just throw on a bunch of random stuff because you have not done laundry and be stylish. it is an art and she does not achieve style. her leggings and top are average pieces that everyone is wearing right now, the coat is nice but not suitable for the outfit, and don’t even get me started on the shoes. i don’t mean to sound so negative but i work in the fashion industry and this is just bogus.
I love the coat and how it matches her hair. The print of her tunic goes really well with it, but I'm not crazy about the piece itself – maybe if it were knee length or long and worn with tights & boots.
I don't like the leggings or shoes. But she is super cute, and it's not awful.
I will forgive her outfit for her young-ness. the time we all make fashion mistakes. The shoes and ankle socks are – (sorry but…) – awful!!! so unflattering. I wish white ankle socks could be banned from any use other then sports.
Yeah no way guys. I love the photo just like I loved some pictures of natural disasters that were taken but that does not mean I love the actual outfit. I don’t think I would ever like the fur. But the other individual pieces are ok just not together. I mean ankle socks, come on.
I love her. love. AND it is odd because I abhor 1920s cotton repro dresses (too A&F) as well as too short leggings, and dresses over leggings, and "I'm always board in class so I doodle on my sneakers" sneakers, oh yeah and ankle socks too. BUT I love "her" that face owns it all. She makes it all work because she's young and doesn't know better so it is all fresh to her.
Oh yeah, the Foxy Cleopatra fur, needless to say, a great replacement for the dowdy pilled knit cardi this outfit is usually seen with.
oh funny, that little eskimo makes me laugh! her hair looks so furry, and of course the background does a lot for her. the shoes/socks .. hmmm, dont know. but honestly, what kind of shoes would fit better than those?
LOL!! It reminds me of an episode of “I Love Lucy” where Ethel in an effort to disguise herself as an exotic beauty combines American Indian, Eskimo, and Asian costumes to come up with an outfit that Fred will not recognize her in. This outfit certainly is pretty individual and unique, thank goodness.
The whole outfit must have cost her $50 bucks. Clothes + Ebay = priceless. I love this time period of “Vintage”. Vintage 2008 and beyond…the time period celebrities and ordinary people paired $2 white tees with $1400 shoes. You could say people are bored….ACTUALLY you can say that. Vanity has turned BORING…overabundance has turned SOUR. The only thing worth watching is COUTURE. Because who is crazy enough to spend $30,000 on a dress while children are still dying of starvation in Africa. Jeans and T-shirt = Originality + Communism. I rest my case….