I had to do a double take…they ARE the same women…different day, different look, different style. I love that the blue tint of her sunglasses is picked up in the print of her maxidress, and in the second photo in her clutch and the crazy skull detail on her skirt.
I adored the skirt with the white shirt, but itÂ´s the purse that makes all the difference, and the marvelous sandals model,
oh , …thatÂ´s ok, the whole look is great!
the sunglasses, the clock, …very nice look
Love the outfits except the long dress, which obscures signorina’s copious charms. These two radiate such breezy sexiness that I’m having a difficult time thinking critically about the clothes. God, I wish I were in Italy right now!
I like that maxi dress in the first photo but somehow it just doesnâ€™t work on a city street. It looks out of place and overly casual. If she were at the beach or at a pool party, it would be perfect. Maybe Iâ€™m thinking about all the dirt and junk that the skirt hem will have picked up off the street by the time she gets home. Love that blue minidress in the second photo!
I like the outfits in the second dress. Blue is nice on the lady who was in the “fairy” dress a couple of days ago. Also I like the more fitted look of these outfits. I’m really, really tired of loose and babydoll styling on grown women. Maybe I just like things that show legs and a proper waist. Even the sandals are nice here.
The pink-and-yellow has cute a Jazz Age look. Blue mini is interesting. I couldn’t pull either one off, but this lady seems comfortable in both. Skirt with the winged skulls? Erm… not liking the fabric nor the skateboarder-meets-Hello-Kitty look. The blue clutch? No. Sweet strappy sandals, though.
The short dresses are comfy, chic and practical for the summer. They’re great for women with nice legs. I don’t understand why someone would hide good legs under a tired, flowery maxi dress. I remember this monstrosity from the 1970s. It looks out of place everywhere except a garden wedding. It literally sweeps the street, gets caught in doors and escalators–awful! I thought today’s women are too active for this old-fashioned look.
1st Photo: I’m glad that maxi dresses are still in style. ^^ Looks a little weird around the bust, but the fabric on the skirt is gorgeous. Pleated, yet flowy. Reminds me of cool water on a hot day. ^^
2nd Photo: The navy dress looks nice, but the skull+wing skirt looks a little too “Harajuku” for a woman her age and style. ^^;
funny what strong reactions those hippie dresses always evoke. i never know what to think either – is it just awesome, summery and lovely relaxed, or just a silly tent reminding you of “the carpenters”? can’t decide – on her i think it looks pretty cool.