Love those shoes!!So giry with the rest of the androgynous look of the rest of the outfit. The black turtleneck frames her face in sttark contrast to the peachy compleexion and yellow-blond hair. Lively!
Ugh I actually cannot stand her hair! It’s extremely outdated and makes her seem much older than I’m sure she really is. It’s like if one were to paste the head of an old 80′s icon onto a chic young body.
i love the blue jeans. it’s nice to see actual *blue* again, after so much dark rinse, dark tint, etc. and the contrast with the jacket is great. the hair is festive! a bit nutty but festive. who hasn’t had a mood like this? she’s expressing it, and that’s great. anyone else tired of all the cookie-cutter fake-smooth blow-outs in magazines, on the runway, on the street?
I love it. What makes it for me is the magenta jacket. I dont see the 80′s reference so much as a cabaret feel – a happy Max Beckmann – Weimar resolved..she covers the roaring 20′s, the chanel 60′s the rocker 80′s and is the happy postmodern orchestrator of the whole look.
everything from the ankles up is awful. the jeans look like something from the halls of an orange beach high school, and my nana has the same hair-do in grey. and please, the blazer, turtleneck and gold hoops? ick.
I’m reminded of a movie called “Art School Confidential,” where a first-time painter convinces a whole art school that he is the “next big thing” because of his complete lack of knowledge of even the basic rules of artistic composition. From the flock of seagulls/ziggy stardust vibe with the hair and the dynasty earrings through the too-faded, too skinny jeans and the super-cute but out of place shoes, this woman is oblivious of every fashion “rule” that has become unspoken in the last 50 years. And I really kinda love her for that. she’s rocking a pink rubber watch and she looks good doing it. I don’t know how. . . or why this works. Maybe because the individual shapes of the pieces really flatter her. In any case kudos!