She doesn’t need to wear those to get attention. A gorgeous girl like that living in Paris? She has more attention then she can use. I wore a pair of shorts in Paris once, and the amount of very uncouth attention I got was really over the top. I think perhaps the opposite. She is dressed like that in Paris to say; FU. I will wear what I like! Deal with it.
Well, i am going to disagree with some above and say that i like the freedom of it.
Then again it reminds me of my own youth.
I used to have a poncho that i used as a skirt which did this, not quite as dramatically (though close) and worn with a form-fitting black bodysuit it was an absolute knockout. There was no upper waistband on it; my shape way back when was hourglass enough that my hips kept it in place, Gads, that has to be about 48 years ago.
Her hips are narrow so she needs the upper waistband to let her have a low slung front pair of pants or skirt without accidentally losing them.
She is relaxed, she is having fun, she has the figure to pull off the look and is young enough for it. Good for her. It will be a good memory someday.
Certainly a beautiful young woman. Can’t deny that … but, I’m more of a fan of subtlety. She appears to be trying to hard for shock-value. Sart has shown too many fantastic photos of both males and females in jeans and tees that are absolutely stunning, all without the exhibitionism on display here. This just doesn’t work for me. G’Nite, My Lovelies!
Those jeans are so original! I’m not sure how I feel about them, but love the playfulness. On me however, it’d show a c-section scar. That could be interesting–political. Not sure it w0uld look any good on anyone with a bit more belly, like… um most of us, so for that reason alone, I’m not a huge fan of the look–flash-back to the 90′s heroin chic and anorexia.
The last couple of years have not been good for jeans. The wash and fit on these is hideous, like something my unstylish, suburban mom wore in the early 90s. Trying to make that look sexy is just silly.