Its fun what nyc fashionista sais, ballet slippers is popular in New york, and boots apperantly hip in europe.. What she does not know is that ballet slippers was huge in Europe last year, and that we’re kinda over them. I was wearing my ballet slips while visiting New York last year, and got tons of remarks that I looked like a ballet dancer, no one got them..
Ps. This girl looks amazing! Her karizma is jumping towards me through the screen. wow! Her scin is flawless.
love the flats, the beret, and her face. but she looks really cold. if so, why wouldn’t she put some pants on?! i understand suffering for fashion to some degree, but i like to be warm in the winter too!
exquisite complexion. agree with “amused” about the ballet flats. seems a little askew. I would have worn ankle boots. Love the buckles on the coat. i appreciate the effort made here to work with just 2 colors. the effect is striking.
im not going to lie, ive been laying here for the last 2 hours looking at archives pics and write ups and i feel utterly inspired by a blog! im a 20-something pre-school teacher from iowa (now living in connecticut). . .my idea of style is tempre paint on my kackis. ever since i was a girl i wanted someone to stop me and say, ‘you look amazing can i take your picture?’ im taking notes, i need: a bike, scarf, leggings, possibly find a 70+ amazing beautifully dressed old man, an endearing vulnerability, and an unapologetic flare. ill be in nyc next weekend. . .i wonder if all of that will fit in my nissan sentra? -kesha whitney*
The woman is very beautiful, as is the coat and beret. But somebody please make the leggings stop, especially in winter. She looks half-undressed, as does everyone in leggings or tights without a skirt or dress.