The outfit this woman is wearing is remarkably similar to ones that my grandmother wears regularly … though Grandma E doesn't have an owl tattoo, or a bowlcut, I'm still pretty sure a picture of her would not have inspired such raves!
I'd never sit on the side of the wall so comfortably as this woman searching her bag for something, just because the dirt on the wall etc. I really find her sunglasses so special, it's kinda round-shaped which it's very historical for me.
i have a tattoo as well and i often wonder how others perceive my style because of it. this helps me to gain perspective. i wonder all of this because i have since changed my style from wildy alternative to more academic and classic i.e., NERDY. but i love it. as i get older i find i can no longer get away with some of the looks i used to present. i never liked white, denim, or khaki … now its all i want + gingham, linen, and well, i still love stripes.
I am seriously enjoying this COMEBACK of long length skirts! It's super refreshing to see. I really like how this woman not only wears a long patterned skirt BUT she also adds a twist by wearing Vans sneakers. TOO COOL. Check out my trendy blog! http://thetrendydwarf.blogspot.com/
When I glanced at this photo one of the first things that I noticed is that the plaids match up on her skirt! When my mother taught me to sew, she insisted that you match plaids and now-a-days it can be so hard to find that detail! I like it!. PS..I must be old, I sported that haircut in college.
Just had a chance-encounter with this image in the Random Posts feature on the site. The outfit is surprising and stunning. Disparate elements unite to produce a cohesive whole, all beneath a fantastic haircut. Love.