Normally I wear something close-fitting on top with my wide leg trousers to give a sense of balance, but the cropped jacket and vest make such an interesting shilouette. Too much makeup, though. I think she’d look younger and prettier with more natural neutral tones. but lovely none the less.
she really knows how to work a look that works for her. I love the wide trousers, i think that shape is really great on a lot of women it makes the legs longer and the silhouette more lean and languid.
I really like these phrases that you have, like “abstract inspiraion” and “personal silhouette” they sum up all these things that ive been thinking for years but could never come up with a word for.
i like how she has a certain way she likes to look, and is able to maintain that silhouette but with different clothes. it’s good to see someone who adapts fashion to themselves instead of adapting themselves to fashion.
the fur piece is beautiful, also i love how it has pockets.
This silhouette was all the rage a few years ago in the Argentine tango circles in Paris and Brussels. The wide-legged pants (hemmed to skim just above the ground when wearing high heels) would swish as the dancers moved. Very elegant.
It's lovely to see this kind of glamour! Maria's dress code is more sophisticated and mature than her age requires, but somehow it's quite a refreshing style that would look outdated & "trying too hard" on anyone older. This girl's elite look demands to be noticed. So sexy, so chic, so femme… I'm so tired of seeing young ladies wearing tight jeans, paired with chunky heel, and the must-have boyfriend sweater. Enough, grow up, and learn how be a lady again!
The second outfit is just about perfect. I love the cropped jacket and those perfectly tailored pants. However, I keep staring at her eyes – why would such a beautiful young woman take make-up pointers from Liza Minelli?