I don’t like a single part of her look. She gets away with it because she’s young and has a lovely smile, but otherwise the clothes remind me of the little old ladies who put on whatever feels comfortable.
I don't think she pull them all off well. I have that trench coat, it's from marc by marc jacobs but it is strong print, every time I wore that coat, I tried not to spread attention to everywhere on me. but she is wearing burberry scarf & pink shoes? too much going on. or otherwise, she might have more guts to put everything on than me, I guess.
I want to like this ’cause I’m diggin’ the coat’s ikat-ish print and the whole color story with the surprise of the pink shoes. Her face and posture are humble and kind so I have to whisper when I say this; the bagginess and the unflattering cut of the shoe make her look a little frumpy.
I love this print and in my favorite color combination…blue and brown. The Japanese are fearless when it comes to mixing prints. That fuchsia ballerinas are a great exclamation point to her sartorial statement, aren’t they?
I actually really don’t like this outfit. I think it’s so out of place on ‘the sartorialist’, mostly because of the pink flats. However, I really like the pants and the scarf! At least she’s a bit of a risk-taker