I agree; I’m honestly surprised that anyone under 30 even bothers to smoke. As a former smoker, I try very hard not to judge. We really do know better now, though, and it’s inconvenient and expensive. As for the photos, I like the dress in the second photo but the boots are not attractive to me. The bustier just isn’t my style but I think the woman has great style and somehow it doesn’t seem too overdone.
I do not understand and have not understood fro many years now, shoes that make humans look like they have hooves rather than feet. They never look comfortable or convenient and render legs stubby and wobbly – not reassuring to the eye or intellect. They wouldn’t even look good if you sat in the woods with pan pipes.
her proportions are odd in the picture. it has little to do with the shoes. Look at the length of her arms. Its just an odd angle. Of course I am not negating that you see this. I am sure that people do like shoes that you don’t like, thats just natural, as they are not you. But in this picture its the angle that makes the feet and arms look oversized.
The lingerie top with the jacket,cigaretteâ€¦..this is such a chaotic look that i don’t understandâ€¦
in the second image the dress and the girl are so fresh..here again the shoes are not in harmony â€¦.trying to have so much look kill the lookâ€¦.just be yourself it’s enoughâ€¦
The glasses are not a contradiction, but rather an enforcement of the “dominatrix”-look. Of course you are right in that one can never be completely sure (of anything); it’s all about assumptions. But generally when young girls and women go for a certain look, they want to look amazing and modern without being aware of the underlying implications of their choice.
No matter how good looking a woman appears to be what puts me off is the habit of smoking. Many years ago I was with a woman who smoked and when we kissed it was an unpleasant experience and was like kissing an ashtray.
I wish to say something to all the readers here who constantly keep leaving comments about the cigarette smokers in Scotts’ photographs. First of all, he can’t help that these people are smoking and I feel that he is in no way endorsing or glamorizing it. A lot of Europeans and Americans smoke, so if he happens to capture an image of someone smoking, it’s not his fault.
And yes, people know that smoking is bad for them but they smoke anyway. But so are a million other things in this world, yet people still do them.
So please…GET OVER IT and stop preaching about the hazards of smoking and just enjoy the pictures.