Great shirt-dress, great colour. (Super)model or no: legs are quite frighteningly slender. I do agree that a less “clunky” belt would somehow work better with the thinness of her legs. The belt is somehow too big for her frame.
I disagree about the over-weight comment thing: what interests me is whether people dress to flatter their figure: willowy, curvy, hour-glass, pear-shaped…whatever. Isn’t what’s important finding an outfit that most flatters yours? So can’t very thin people face just as many sartorial challenges as over-weight ones? That’s all I meant by needing a thinner belt: doesn’t it stand to reason that you should dress to suit your proportions, be they what they may?!
Kathleen … My previous post was concerning weight – not style. You stated her legs were “frighteningly slender” … & I responded. The weight issue comes up on this blog quite often …. & whenever there’s a pic of a thin girl everyone jumps on it & comments about weight (check the archives) … When someone overweight is pictured nobody ever states … ‘oh, she’s to fat for my liking’ whereas when it’s a thin girl many remark, ‘ oh, she’s to thin for my liking’ … It’s taboo to say someone is to fat but o.k to say someones to thin … it shouldn’t be like that!
Wow I really disagree. Thinness is accepted – anorexia overlooked. Fat girls may be more prevalent in our society, but anorexia more idealized. I prefer seeing girls with a little curve to them, they look healthier. Then again, I work in the film industry and am around girls with weight issues all day long. My sis and my old assistant have had eating disorders and dropped to far-too-small [as I believe this model is] and it is depressing to see. – Because it is a depressing reality to deal with. Just my opinion.