Just Like Princess Mombi in the Land of Oz. She wore the same flowing white dress at all times as she had no interest in clothing and needed something simple to match her collection of different beautiful heads. Beautiful heads that she collected from people. But Mombi was nice enough to give the victims one of her old cast off heads in exchange….I suppose most kids never read the Oz books now they have Harry Potter. A shame.
Very good eyes. But the pants don’t look the same to me. They are lighter on the right hand side picture…unless they got that way from laundering, of course. Regardless, amazing that you noted the shirt.
I am obsessed with the more polished look as a contrast to the simple neutral coat. I think she needs more of a contrast as in the first photo! But ultimately both look very very good and if I had that chiseled face, I wouldn’t give a damn one way or the other!!!!!
It’s the same blouse and the same pants as well! (Which really just makes it all the more amazing that she totally changed the tone of the entire outfit with just a sweater, accessories, makeup and hair)
I prefer the hot red lips look for some reason and the interplay of the grey textures (coat, knit cable sweater, etc). For me, this layered look of one color, different textures has more depth, and I love the boldness of the red lips. And somehow I like her hair blonde…the darker hair and the no-make up look makes her look tired somehow. A pop of color on the face would be great and powerful.
Hmm can’t decide which look i prefer. The first one is more bold and with attitude- red lipstick and very blonde hair stand out. The second natural look n colourful jumper make her look younger…she looks good in both!
I love this! She must be a model. The outfits are so cute, but I the total chameleon effect is the most striking thing. Both looks appear like they are the perfect one for her, though I have to say I am partial to the sleek ultra-blonde. If you can pull that off, it’s hard to beat.
Oh wow …. cool. Such a difference. My initial preference was for the look on the left – more “fashiony”, more “fab” – I do love hair and makeup. But with her bone structure (model?) she looks great on the right for the “natural beauty” look. Either way, she looks great and I love her style (again – preference for the outfit on the left).
This is a perfect illustration of the difference between style and fashion. This young woman, it seems, has real style–she knows what works for her and what her look is. She can then work from that base to play with fashion-y elements and change things up while still staying true to herself. I’ll bet that she’ll still have that coat in 10 years–and she’ll still be wearing it beautifully.
She is amazing. Not beautiful, not pretty, not elegant JUST AMAZING. That figure & cheekbones. Of course her outfits & hair changes are amazing but on someone more ordinary, somehow would not look anywhere near as chic.
So cool and so different! There’s nothing like a well loved coat that fits in all the right places and I love old worn in tweed. You can never just buy that look as it takes time, wear, tear and a lot of love! x