Same here. The socks have to go. They look a bit like what they make you wear after varicose vein treatment. And the shoes are “too much shoe” for the dress. Would look better with something strappy or minimal. But she’s lovely, the colors are great, and, of course, the photography is sublime.
Yes, I definitely agree with you. Her style, if it may be called such, gives off the vibe of something yet in the making. Her confidence makes her stand out. She exudes a certainty that seems so mature for her age.
Then why is she wearing make up?
But even if she did just decide the heck with it, I look good just like this, thats pretty great too. You know if she didn’t want her picture here, it wouldn’t be here. Obviously she is agreeable to her face being shown, and her outfit being on this blog. See?
It looks to me like she left the house wearing her mother’s dress. Or picked up something on a lark at a thrift store. It’s better suited for a larger woman.
That said, I’m not complaining. It smacks of sass and attitude–What you gonna do about it? Spirit is nice to see in a young woman. Especially one I don’t have to deal with. ;-)
If you like the just-got-out-of-bed-and-popping-to-the-corner-shop-for-a-pint-of-milk look, this is the one for you. When I’m in the country I wear similar – pyjamas, big hat, dressing gown, wellington boots, sunnies. But not on the street.
Oh wow she’s just something else. A dignity so supreme that she makes the idea of actually doing your ironing seem like a naive mug’s game, and comfortable shoes and socks to boot. I love this girl she has something very special. x
Red shoes would be awful. Sandals would be appropriate…but then I have to admit somehow it just wouldn’t be half as cool if she were wearing something as obvious as a pair of delicate sandals and bare skin. It would still be pretty, but less fun.
I just want to rip off those sweat socks (!?!?) and loafers and put her in a gold gladiator sandal or a wedge or something less “I just escaped from the locked psych ward” looking. I get that she may be wearing these socks ironically, if sweat socks can be ironic, but it sails just a bit close to the wind for my tastes. Love the caftan though. Shame about the bloods socks.