We used to wear our Wayfarer bellbottom jeans long like this in the 70′s, and we welcomed the subsequent frayed hems. But the trousers shown here had to cost a pretty penny – don’t they get all frayed and filthy? I wouldn’t want to wear them outdoors!
I was thinking the same thing, but now I wonder: could it be part of the statement?
Like – “Look ! I am so rich that can totally afford to ruin expensive clothes by dragging them on the dirty pavement ?”
The outfit looks good except for the uber-long pants with the uber-high (presumably platform) shoes. Imo, clothes as unpractical and uncomfortable as these lack the nonchalence that is a vital element of style: looking happy, relaxed and at ease.
It concerns me greatly that almost none of the comments address the fact that her pants are ridiculously long. And ridiculous is a nice word to use. She’s a walking broom. For me, a women of 62, it ruins a beautiful, very tastefully assembled, outfit.