A beautiful girl. I am unsure if I really like this style of pant. I don’t mind a slouchy, paper-bag type of pant with a tapered, cropped leg. I find a crotch this low, whilst very trendy, ultimately unflattering. I do love the use of colour in this outfit, it ties the whole look together and saves this otherwise gorgeous girl.
She *really* needs a different color nail polish. The combination of the red cardi with that nail color is just not working for me. However, the color of her lips works like a dream with the color of the cardi.
Oh, ok… please tell me some people won’t find this FAaaaaaabulous. That is not cute. Change the pants for ANYTHING and I would love her laid back sense of coordination but other than saying she must be brave, I can’t comment further.
Very unique and interesting! It takes a lot to become bold and wear those pants, but then again it appears to me that European woman have a more mature, ladylike,put together, unique look than most American woman. I give her props!
I love the low-crotched knickers like this, but I’ve still got to admit… it’s such a strange silhouette. It’s not the most flattering thing, but that is probably largely due to what we normally see and usually consider flattering to be.
Clean, bold, bright, distinct. Sure looks like a graphic designer to me. I’m glad this was posted also, in the hope that others will realize not all graphic designers wear black or grey turtlenecks and slim dress pants.
I can't tell in the pant crotch is almost to her knees or if it's a skirt-over-pant. If it's skirt-over-pant its a great look. Red shoes & sweater really stand out. Cute factor-100%! "The Ukraine girls really knock me out…"
love the cardigan, the shirt underneath and the shoes. the bright rhubarb color is huge this season. but whats with the crotch of her pants coming down the floor and when did it become acceptable to wear bulky socks with heels? she looks like she lacks self confidence with that shy pose.
i like the style of the pants with the red shoes. her hairs pretty awesome and the over all outfit is well thought out and cute. those pants look really comfortable! i cant believe people from Russia have got this great style! beautiful pictures Sart.
No crack on your great photography or this woman’s outfit, but her look and the background palette stands out from her waist up. Makes me wonder what a closer shot of this same pose would have revealed.
Sart… I looove your shot. It’s great how you capture mood so well. Interesting and beautiful in a way. Weird also! I guess just not my aesthetic, but nothing wrong with it necessarily. I do have to say that it looks like she pooped in her pants. : )
Hello, thank you for showing an unexpected side of Moscow. I am curious about the tomoorowÂ´s pics. I think you might change my point of view about whatÂ´s going on at russiaÂ´s fashion (sub)-culture. I like this look here a lot. stylish, comfy, individual though classy. The opposite of fur, glitter and kitsch. Thank you again.
Beautiful girl. I love the colors on her, her hair, her lovely face, I even kina’ like the nails. But the pants…. oooh, what they do to a body. Short legs, loooooong torso. Borderline diaperish. It’s very weird. And yet not much can take away from this girl’s beauty.
I love her look, however the drop-crotch trend is not just surfacing, it has been and now is already going – for example, on the legs of fashion community Chictopia in the last few months already, or on any Nordic teenage boy.
however, I don’t think the age of a look (whether new, or ‘out’) should necessarily dictate the decision to wear it.
I don’t like her pants because they’re extremely unflattering. On the other hand, if she was wearing “normal” pants/skirt, she’d look boring. So, overall, I’d say I don’t like this outfit but the girl is pretty.
Overall she looks great, I can even forgive the pants, but those shoes with socks is really wrong. My objection to the pants is that they look look like babies nappies. Reminds me of Humphrey B Bear and his full nappy look.
at least from these first two moscow postings, i’m starting to see this idea of “re-invented glamour” (i don’t know what else to call it). sweats paired with furs, and now drop-crotch pants worn elegantly. hmm…
Blue nail polish is striking against her pale skin and dark hair. The clothing colors suit her. But I truly don’t understand the pants. Style should flatter the body, and the cut of these pants do not…a trend gone too extreme for good style.
This picture is fabulous, thou a bit cliche (red and black), but it works for her! Unlike 80% of comments, i DO think that those low crotch pants work wonders! You can’t just see the picture (even if it looks great, imho), you’ve got to picture her moving! It doesn’t shorten her legs! on the contrary, it extends them while moving, because it’s so slouchy that creates the ilusion of longer legs. I just can’t stand americans (mostly – and I’m sorry, it’s not my intention to hurt anybody’s feelings) who deny alternative styles until the very second they see them on a major european brand! The same goes for the naipolish colour! – it may not be the right one for this outfit, but it’s beautiful! Go Sart! you really rock! When will you visit this fabulous country called Portugal? And this quintesential city Oporto? You’ll just love it, I assure you!
I know it was not your intention to offend and your “statement” has some truth to it, but could you generalize and promote stereotypes any further? And besides, it isn’t just Americans who do that…
I love everything about the outfit (the shoes!) except for the drop crotch pants. And as an American, I assure you that I will not like it even if it becomes a trend among major European labels. Drop crotch pants – not for me.
i love this outfit, every little detail of it and i think that’s also why it looks so perfect – because of the details. the rings, the matching red of the shoes, cardigan and her lips, the nailpolish(!), the haircut and of course the jodhpurs! (i really don’t understand why so many people here don’t like them.. is it just because they’re not used to seeing them?)
i don’t care how much people say they find the pants unflattering. these looked great at philip lim’s show and i truly believe they will make way. i am already trying to shed a few pounds so i can be lean enough to pull these wonderful pants off! needless to say, i love her look.
i think with this one it’s not about whether it’s flattering or not, to me it’s about oddity, shapes and getting us to see something we are not used to in terms or proportion. i like it more from that standpoint.