trocadero!!! this is one of the most gorgeous views of the eiffel tower. i remember when i visited thinking i got off the wrong metro stop and then walking aroudn the corner to that view…utterly breathtaking.
That first image made me ache with longing for those items in MY wardrobe! The fantastical first time you’ve captured a look that I reckon I would be able to pull off; one that magically reflects the ideal me. Sart, you have truly struck gold. Well in my eyes anyhow. Thank you, and thanks to the muse. Now I just need to ‘borrow’ all her clothes…
Number 1 – LOVE! Reminds me of Maria Schreiber. I believe those pants are actually a jumpsuit. I love an unexpected choice too, such as the sweater in that color. Aghhh!
I like pic 2 – though in terms of “most flattering” the black tights might not be the best choice. But who cares, it’s fun.
BTW, Sart, each time I see more than one pic per post, I am dying to ask why this must be….. how you determine when to consolidate?
It’s only fun to read the comments if you can go see what the writer is talking about – but so confusing to flip back and forth between images. Ideally each pic would have its own comment page (and I can’t believe I am alone in this – folks?), but you probably have a good reason but it’s one about which I am continually curious.
The first girl: this look diverts so much from my personal style and I don’t think it is flattering at all, but how wonderful and fabulous is it that we are able to see people wear these types of things? That people are willing to take risks, be courageous, and still be true to themselves, all the while making us think. There is much more to fashion than just what looks good on the body and this woman makes that very apparent. I am grateful for that.