I realize I may be opening up a can of worms here, but one thing I have noticed about this blog is that many (definitely not all!) of the women photographed are gorgeous ladies in fair-to-middling outfits. The woman here has a beautiful face, great hair, and legs I’d kill for. But her outfit? Wellll…would it get a second look on an average person?
See also the recent post with the gorgeous girl in a sheer top and ill-fitting high-waisted jeans. Of course she looks great! She has the body of a supermodel and would look great in a burlap sack!
This is not necessarily a bad thing, because hey, everyone likes looking at beautiful people. Just making an observation…
I am still proud that I shoot a much wider range of people than typical fashion magazines and show me another blog that constantly shoots a wider range.
The lady you mention in this post for me is all about the hair – hair style is a style choice, no?
Could the individual pieces be changed and still be good? yes again, it is the concept – she still looks much more refined than most of the American women of her age. Her wholesome freshness is such a pleasant change from Paris & Nicole
Honestly, I wasn’t saying it’s a bad thing! I wasn’t trying to make a point really, or criticize the site. You do have a greater range than most style blogs and you should be proud.
My question, though, is would anyone like these clothes if they were on, say, a mannequin with her hair? I guess I’m really just wondering more about what’s going through reader’s heads when they see a picture like this. Do they really think she’s got a “great cardigan” and “cute clothes,” or are they getting distracted by the person? I’m really not trying to start an internet fight here, just curious.