I honestly do not like Watson in the burberry campaign. On the surface, she is freaking hot, but it is all in the makeup and the hair.
I think she looks fine without all the fancy hair and make up too. But then again, she still looks great with all the fancy hair and make up. I know it sounds corny, but if you were to describe the above as a kind of "bohemian chic done right" (whatever bohemian chic means) then that's one style I would love to see a lot more girls dress up as. Also, on the subject of shoes, is anyone else as annoyed with flip flops as I am? It seems like a lazy effort, and they don't even seem that comfortable... I don't understand the appeal whatsoever. I realize that heels are pretty much impractical for day to day use but I really appreciate when girls wear flats, and would much rather before to see those than flip flops. And yes, sundresses are amazing. The great thing about college girls is that all the hot girls in high school suddenly realize that they're not at the top of the food chain anymore and actually have serious competition with hundreds of girls who are just as attractive as them, possible smarter and funnier too. It's amazing how noticeable the transition is from girls wearing all Hollister/AE/teeny-boppy type clothes with flip-flops who upgrade to ankle boots, Seven jeans, nicer tops, etc. Also, come sunshine, the sundresses come out in hordes. It's incredible, and I don't think that my school is great overall girl-wise. I'm actually kind of glad that it's a "fad" now, because it's one I like and don't mind seeing on hordes of attractive college girls. Anyways, some looks I've liked from lookbook (go ahead and click the links, they're worth it, unless you're over 22, or you are but are still ok with oogling high school girls) HerHer (It seems contrived, but if it's not, then it shows personality, and I kind of like that, it makes her seem cute, personality wise too I mean) Swap out the shoes for ankle bootsEnough said...Nice shirt/drapey/knote/whatever it isRussianWorthrepeatingthrice. Also, this. Steezy, or whatever the female equivalent is.