This is an example of working hard to appear casual and somewhat thrown together – but if you look closely you can see that this lady is working hard to get there. Gorgeous, but not so “shirt and skirt” simple.
Beautiful woman, beautiful shot. But hate those shoes, on everyone, everywhere, so far. Why would a beautiful woman want to turn her feet into hooves? This is the kind of fashion mistake that we will look back on (e.g., stirrup pants, shoulder pads, hammer pants, ankle socks with heels) with dismay and regret. Trendy, yes. Stylish, never.
Her shirt + skirt combo would normally be a fashion faux pas with the disproportion. But she makes it work thanks to her lithe form! A revamped late 20s flapper form with the dropped waist and flared pleats.
Incredible! I don’t think that i’ve ever before seen an outfit which I would happily copy from head to toe; tousled hair to statement footwear. That shirt is wonderful- half buisness woman, half painter, the assymetry is wonderful and it is such a precise size- baggy without being too baggy. The skirt is beautiful and whimsical and timeless and basic- surely this is the kind of staple we’re being told to line our drawers with at this time of recession? I adore it. The beauty of the Chanel goes without saying, of course. All in all, it’s a stunning outsit which i’d never in a million years have thought of putting together… a baggy shirt with an aline skirt? a black skirt with bare legs? dyed it over my bathtub hair with a Chanel purse? I love this shot!
The clothes and the person look very cool, and it’s a lovely photo – I love the colour of her back-lit hair – but the shoes I do not like. I can see how they work with the outfit (they discipline the whole look), but they just don’t show off the nicer parts of the foot. I’m looking forward to the end of this and the cutout-bootie trend, and the return of sleeker shoes.
Wow, she is *gorgeous*! If I were guy I would want to marry her… (-: Though yet again, the woman’s thinness is a key factor in her outfit “working” — I mean, visualize the exact same ensemble on a girl with chunky legs, and it simply *doesn’t* work. (*Sigh*… (-; )
Yes! Finally I got to see those Givenchy shoes in action. My day is made, thank you Sart. Now I only have to see the white version (that Agyness sported on the cover of June Vogue) on a real person, after that my mission is over ;)
I love the colors she chose to complement her natural coloring. I have red hair too and not all colors look good on us redheads. Shades of blue and green, black, gray and white look best. She looks comfortable and at ease in her own clothing, something not commonly achieved by fashionistas.