She is a beautiful woman and while I like the shoes and dress and also appreciate a “tougher” look, there is something about the hat, pose and expression that I find obnoxious and the opposite of true style.
Part hippie, part hip hop, all sass! She knows she does not have to be just one thing at a time. I’m so glad that her gorgeous butchness does not get lost in the very femme dress. Her vibrant personality shines here–and isn’t that the best thing about her style?
Late 60s: Indian print Early 70s: Dashiki style Early 80s: Curls peekin’ out under oversized sideways Hip-Hop/New Wave baseball cap Early 90s: Hmmmm. The tats are in the current “mess style” design, but I’m puttin’ them here ’cause that’s when people my age started – and finished – with the tattoo. Current day: Gladiator!
Omahrya!!! My favorite model and the very definition of “a hot mess”. This girl leaves the runway in smoldering embers. I’d hate to have to follow her, that’s for sure. All those girls look interchangeable marching out, she really breaks up the monotony.
No, I don’t dig the hat but you know….I can’t say I hate it (which I would on probably anyone else) and that’s ’cause of the confidence she exudes. Sexy, crazy thang.
I don’t know anything about her, but I don’t like the outfit. It’s, um, not cute. At all. I like the shoes, but I can see those at Macy’s. Seriously, Sart, if she weren’t a model, would this outfit really have caught your eye?