Gladiator woman from Milan looks amazing in that dress. Where is it from??? The woman walking next to her looks great, too. They both look so chic and simple at the same time. I cringe at over-accessorizing, these women show that you don’t need much embellishment to look good – just your own vitality and confidence.
Re: the Amazon with the gladiator buskins– Does anyone have the guts to dress like that in NY? And I mean in real life, not club wear. NY seems to come off rather weak in comparison with Milan and Paris, no?
-Wowee, the Italians are serious about their gladiators this summer, aren’t they? -Sart, I’m from LA and it’s nice to see that you don’t have anything against flip flops when worn properly. -Also, I would love to see girl #1′s dress in real life. The picture makes it look stiff and tent like, but I imagine it’s actually very fluid.
the woman in the third photo looks a little bit like michelle pfeiffer(sp?) at that age. well, in bloomers. sart, i thought at first you had called HER a cupcake and was quite shocked at how out of character that remark was for you. should have known better…
Flip flops, as well as Crocs or any other rubbish rubber footwear is one more, very significant argument, that the human being is made imperfect! Please please please people come to your senses… I shall never understand anyone who believes that those footwears CAN actually be purchased, or even worse, be worn!
and once again, i am very pleased to see how Mrs Battaglia seems to be always so confident to wear whatever she feels like wearing (except anything called Crocs or flipflops!!!).
The girls in black look fab, esp Boots Girl! The girl in the sack…nice colour, nice print, no doubt it’s cool but normally I would choose to camp in a tent, not wear it. (And btw, I thought girl #3 looked like Emmanuelle Beart.)
I saw those long strappy sandal-boots the other day and made fun of them in my head. They look okay on her but I would caution… anyone else against them. Unless they actually ARE for gladiator-fantasy or s&m, in which case keep it off the streets. Heh, heh.