Great sandals–an appropriately mild take on the gladiator look–but that dress…oy. I get the effect she’s trying to get, but the handkerchiefy result is more University of Miami c. 2002 than anything else.
Totally non-urban but with the right pair of flip-flops it’d be the perfect beachwear. But if you choose to see the poetic side of it and disregard what you should or shouldn’t wear in the streets, yes, this is a lyric sign of summer bursting into the city.
I need to know where that dress is from?? Anyone know please? This is great inspiration of how to lopok easy-chic in the city! I am lost for inspiration living in London where everyone is so trendy.. you provide ‘real’ pĂĄeople with style! Thank you sart! <3
I love the shoes and short is definetely in this year, but I don’t think it’s a great idea to wear it in the city. I personally wouldn’t like to have men drool all over the place! In don’t know in New York but in Italy they’re quite harassing!
Yeah it’s definitely not a look I would wear in the city, but hell, new york is hot, and this girl as well apparently… still love the sandals, but too much of the gladiator look, wouldve chosen different shoes.
Lovely dress on a lovely girl, but what is with those sandals? It never fails to amaze me how otherwise tasteful women are convinced every season that it is chic to wear shoes reminiscent of timeless icons of feminine style such as the Wicked Witch of the West, or, in this case, Spartacus.
Hm. This outfit on a beach: definitely a yes! This outfit in the city, with white skinny jeans or a short (but long enough to be visible) skirt, also definitely a yes. But like this, it seems just a bit too naked, or shall we say: she looks like she’s forgotten to put on half her clothes… But then, it’s probably just that we aren’t as used to nakedness nowadays as the Romans were at their time.
one of the thing i love about manhattan is that there i have never notice any rules as to what one wears in the city. people where whatever they damn please and it’s part of what makes nyc special. i think this woman looks great!
dresses with that shape are hard to pull off, but she did it very well. it helps that the tie-around gives us an anchor to her figure at her waist. which is actually a very good tip since a lot of times girls forget how big a shapeless dress can make them look.
Forgive me for what I’m going to say but I don’t like this outfit, it looks like an old clothing that was tried to be transformed into something updated but didn’t quite get there.. she has great gams though..
Very pretty yet also risky here in NYC. I’ve tried this look and wolves come out of the woodwork (even cops make comments). Maybe she doesn’t mind being the main event when sitting on a subway or walking upstairs.
her sandals look like the sandals in all the european paintings of biblical stories. i’d call them jesus sandals. they were popular in the 1st century i guess? well, that’s what i call bringing it back!
I think that the gladiator inspired sandals go very well with the dress, just because of the waist detailing that looks a bit like Grecian draping. It ties the look together without screaming movie-extra-on-the300. Beautiful choices, not to mention intelligent. It’s good to show some leg.