Love the interplay between 1) her tattoo and the print and 2) the drapey, flowy dress and her strong-looking arms and legs. Well done indeed. She even manages to make that hat look not completely horrible.
The tattoo is gorgeous with the dress pattern. I love the whole thing. The hat, her expression, the sandals…even the somewhat unattractive backside of this guy isn’t ruining the glorious picture. Insane how you can work beauty in any light!!!
If only people stopped complaining about texting( even if its not present) and cigarettes, and tattoos, it would make things even nicer. Especially texting. After all, people are busy. They need to communicate to work. Why does that make people angry?
love this one. normally not fan of tattoos, as they seem very ‘cheap’ nowadays (after being big in 90′s …) but this classy dress + sandals + hat + hair + … is making the whole set to look very charming and chic!
I really love how the tattoos seem to compliment the print of her dress. I’m really curious to see how her tattoos fit in with the rest of her wardrobe and if they compliment the other things she wears. Or, if she plans her outfits around the graphicness of her tattoo. So many questions! It’d be so cool if you spent a week with her just to see what else she wears.
Tattoos schmattoos…I’ve been vacationing in Michigan this week ( golf (too hot for fancy pants) ) and while strolling around Ann Arbor with my nieces ,ages 3,8,10,15, we passed by a tattoo parlor: “who wants a tattoo!?…meee!!”
You know, I really, generally, usually, the majority of the timely, don’t like these types of tattoos. But this one really works in her favour, without it she would just blend into the background and this awsome juxtaposition wouldn’t have been photographed and therefore not commented on by over one hundred peeps.