adoro il mix di colori pantalone e mocassino specialmente su una figura femminile
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Thanks Mafalda for your comment. I can see the point of the edgy contrast between the classical outfit and the tat. But still such a big tattoo looks like crap to me, I may be to east-coastish (or the German version of that) to find the beauty in it. It’ a question of colours, which are never well defined but always seem to have some brownish, grayish undertone. It’s the shapes that are mostly a little unsurprising.
A couple of years ago maybe you posted a fantastic shot of a woman in NYC. She wore and very prim little navy dress and a very grown up full bob hair do (partly grey) all coupled with a LOT of tatoos … can be a great juxta look. B
Tattoos have been around long enough to not be called a fad, I think. Besides, it’s all about aging gracefully. A tattoo grows with you and ages with you. Plenty of older folk with tattoos still look amazing!
I usually love mashups but they have to be done with a sense of making something new from combining opposites. For me this just looks like a very bourgeois woman put on the wrong arms this morning! I think large, prominent, showy tattoos just jumped the shark.
I do like her colourful trousers and she has a charming smile but the tatto is not for me personally. The tatto stands in stark contrast naturally, however, I find tattos too much of a fad, something that one will regret decades on.
hej! i would like only to express my personal opinion about tattoos. i think they are boring, some 20 years ago they were original, but now? everyone has a tot too. The picture is very good, but no innovation in a white shirt and the tattoo on the arm. it’s no innovative. i see in the continuous show of photos of people with tattoo the weaker celebration of something passed by , already.
No originality. it’s to say: i have a tattoo so i’m special. please dont’t do the wrong investment: personality is not a tattoo and it’s not elegant at all.