Very cute, lovely smile, one of the friendliest girls I’ve seen on the blog, the kind that used to leave me heartbroken and unconsolably sad when I returned to Toronto from summer holidays in Sorrento, when I was in high school.
how would you define the overall style of milan? of the younger people mainly? because i have lived in london for two years now but lived in italy before, and i’ve always felt young italians are much more clichĂ¨ed than the rest of europe or the world..what do you think?
She looks like a very lively person, but her clothes are doing her no favor. It’s all too baggy and the oatmeal sweater is terrible. Trust me, unless you are quite dark(maybe), the color oatmeal is not your friend.
If I were a man, and I am not, I would absolutely fall in love with this woman. She looks so sexy, carefree, fun and huggable. Don’t you just want to whisk her away for an afternoon at an amusement park eating hotdogs in the sun? 100% woman, not girl, without advertising this fact to the world with tight clothing. You can’t fake this kind of authenticity. We all dream of being this kind of woman.
who gives a flying fig whether the colors/prints are “it” for this year or if the sweater isn’t the prescribed shape. here is a lovely picture of a lovely young lady looking, well, lovely. she doesn’t look like she slobbers over a magazine being force-fed a look that she must, absolutely must emulate for fear of rejection. in fact, she looks HAPPY! what a breath of fresh air! how in the world can anyone criticize that? cheers–
So fun! Proportionally I wold have chosed to wear it with a tight pair of scinny black jeans. If the Cardigan is long enough to cover her bum it would also look awsome with thick, black wool stockings (not tights, seen that enough). The skirt with the big size cardigan makes it all a little unshapable. But she pulled it of being so cherful and sweet.