They look like really creative, fun group. That girl has a very genuine smile, and is daring and fabulous. Its a picture of a world anyone would love to enter. As for their bank accounts, i know nothing about them, and neither do you.
I think it looks fabulous, but it certainly isn’t for everyone! I don’t think I could pull it off. She is pulling it off in a wonderful, not trying too hard way. The crispness of the slacks plays off the silky, sexy shirt, and the softness of the fur. A perfect mix of texture. How would it be uncomfortable, I wonder? I can’t think of a single way it would get in the way at all.
Love her style, especially the pants and the glasses.
And even the bottoms of his sneakers are clean.
I wonder if Scott will ever find someone like me–stylish, but with muddy shoes and a sprinkling of dog hair!
Ankles and Feet! This is what I see first. But wait, that is why the image looks cultured and refined. In many pictures one may notice the face first. When I saw this image I noticed the shoes, the ankles, the legs first. And I really liked it. The picture sort of says ârelaxed sophisticationâ; you seem in control, refined, and are having fun! Working for an events promotion company in London where fashion shows and events are a big category for us, I get to experience a lot of creative attire. I just like the simple elegance depicted in your picture.
Why!? Covering everything up and being self-concious about not-quite-perfect aspects of one’s physique is so much less attractive than liking one’s own body and not being ashamed to show it! I would not even have noticed the cankles, had you not mentioned them, and even now, I’m not sure it’s not simply due to the perspective. And anyway, who gives a s**t?