Both pictures are very hot!! The women are beautiful and intriguing. The brown woman in the bottom photo with her dewy eyes waits wistfully for her lover to return, ready with a warm embrace–that jacket is just not enough to stave off the chill of being alone.
gotta love l.a. … just another day in, ho-hum, paradise. except for our traffic and smog and no real sense of "city" in our urban jambalaya and suburban sprawl. but, we 10 million angelinos call it home. "i love l.a." (nod to randy newman) … gotta love it.
Who are all the people in this alternative universe who are cool, cool, cool / beautiful beyond belief / look like they have no cares in the world. This is not my world. Have any of these people known suffering?
Interesting to compare the strong, open spirit of the quite feminine woman carrying her suitcase on her oar in the vintage photo with the just trying too hard look of the woman in the red bottoms. We've lost the plot…
As a woman living in la, the first picture of the woman in bloomers is the one of the two which most accurately portrays summer style in the city. The sideboob, the bit of an androgyness feel to it, the sort of "not give a sh*t" look on her face. I wouldn't say she's not a lady, or this look is trashy as some have been commenting. It's strong, bold, and beautiful.
I'm sure you will get lots of differing comments about the first photo. What is hot to one person is tacky and cheap to another. But that second photo…no doubt it will evoke a unanimous yes from all. It's a sensual, alluring and altogether artful photo of a beautiful woman.
I'm just not cool enough for the first photo – for me that's a don't…ever – but the bottom picture is really AMAZING. Without trying to implicate race in any way, I can't help but see a Gauguin Tahiti image in the angle of her head, the depth of the backdrop, etc. It's just gorgeous; she's just gorgeous.
The second picture is the one that really stands out to me; the lighting is absolutely stunning…very beautiful woman! But the first I'm kind of not feeling :/..don't know why. I think it looks a little too stiff maybe?
Take note shoe designers world wide – this is the size of many women's feet and they deserve as much attention and opportunity as smaller sizes, more in fact! I'm size ten and desirable shoes sell out so quickly!!!!!
First girl is sex-y without looking like she tried. I love LA. Note to Las Vegas pool people–you don't need 4-inch stilettos, dragon lady nails, gold lame' monokinis, and sprayed-on tans to look sexy as hell at the pool.
I personally know Robinne Lee, the beauty in the second photo, and she is all of 5'4" and wears a size 7 shoe. I know this because I covet her fabulous shoe collection and can't fit but a portion of my 9 1/2s into her shoes. The photo, though stunning, is merely taken at a funny angle.
Can you please come back to Los Angeles to take pictures of our people? How is it you take to the streets of Paris, Milan, Tokyo and New York for random style checks but on this rare occasion you have come to document L.A., you throw on some flip flops, slather on sun screen and head to a pool party?! REALLY!!?!?! Unfair.
I absolutely love the top picture. The t shirt and hat are great! As for the little wall flower with the feet, I don't know. Is she talking on the phone or just posing? Its a lovely picture, however. LA is one of the most amazing, beautiful cities I have ever been to. Traffic is a small price to pay for the beach and the attitude, and the amazing weather. To the people who are harping on dignity I should like to say that dignity doesn't come from a bra. It comes from how you treat yourself, and more importantly, how you treat others. There is very little dignity in judging people you don't even know. What do you all wear poolside? A three piece suit?