the color of the fur coats is quite nice, though fur in general is not my thing. i do love both women’s accessories – the vintagey-looking belt in the first pic, and the woman’s awesome studded ankle boots in the second.
remember the tons of comments ’bout smoking many posts ago, sart? multiply them by a million! “teddy bear” is really an ‘agent provocateur’. im gonna get my pop corn and watch… lol. great pics, by the way.
Completely love the top photo! She has a whole lot of style. I particularly like what her hair/scarf/make-up/earrings bring to the look and i adore old fur coats; falling apart, a bit ratty, they have a fin de siecle moribund romance that appeals… the Marchesa Casati in her penurious old age!
the BOOTS! oh myy those boots make my heart sing and while im not a fan of fur, the big on top small on bottom proportions work really nicely here, though they’re probably balanced out by the personality of the BOOTS!
I absolutely love the first outfit and the way the woman is wearing it: so 20 or 50′s retro chic… Scarf, earings, fur, vintage belt, shoes…match perfectely well together. No need of trade mark, Loub or any else.
The woman in the first photo really knows how to put it together – she looks a little “whatever”, but really knows what she’s doing – the casually rolled up trousers, the dark nails, hair slightly “not done, I’ll wear a scarf” – wow. I love it.
I love the color of these boots w/ the color of the fur. This woman has a great reasonable color contrast going on. That is how it should be. She does stand out without looking desperate for attention.
I do not like the design of the boot. I don’t care whose name is on it.
Louboutin doesn’t mean perfection. However, the way she pulls her look together makes those boots interesting to me.
I actually love the first photo she looks like a little urban gypsy…love the headscarf, the rolled up pants and quirky shoes and tights. It’s a look that not many could get away with but she pulls off so well! While I love the boots in the second pic the coat is so big it seems to be eating her up! I love how the coat in the first look seems well-worn and comfy yet doesn’t dominate the look!