Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Lel, Jul 9, 2009.
noobizor - remember: it's HALF PLUS SEVEN, not ten plus five
^ She is easily 18+
I'm confused about what kind of weather demands a cardigan and short shorts.
ah sorry. looks much less appealing in the second picture that I didn't even recognize her.
LOOOONGG legs Louise:
Vlada Roslyakova photographed by Alexei Hay
for Flair Magazine, November 2005.
(Via Suicide Blonde.)
Thank you for that last post and reminding me how hot a woman in a beret is.
I don't find her attractive at all..
She has a stunning face but the all twiggy look is not for me...
Where are the curves????
I agree I enjoy a little curviness, but I also don't dig the accentuated longer legs.
^its all about those glasses for me. if this were a real world girl and she had those glasses hanging on the shirt or was actually wearing them I'd ask what grade they are.
if she actually needs glasses than its a great look, but if they are just ornamental then she's a poser pseudo-hipster that deserves to be ironically ignored.
indian summer? anything near water during late spring/late summer? in new england the hoodie and short shorts are done to death. SoCal culture has been doing it since the 60's. I'd rather see this than the (insert college/highschool mascot) hoodie and shorts.
I think the point is not to objectify the model but the clothes she's wearing. So I can see how a girl with curves would be great in this outfit. I can deduce that this is a good outfit and would want a girl to wear this.
Its easy enough to do this with males - some fat guy in an excellent quality perfectly fitting suit can still make you think: Thats a great outfit. Its harder to do that (for me [as a male who loves to oogle at hot ladies] at least) with women.
don't forget last year:
Yeah, she could use a little BES, but the legs and the ruby red slippers... Oh, Toto!
Here's a true cutie-pie without a lot of curves...
(Been watching Bleak House and she just shines.)
man, you guys are really missing the point of this thread
That's one of those slouchy hats that's taking over Hollywood. I bought a book over the weekend how to knit those. They're hot. Super chic too.
I'm 90% that's just a knit enthusiast who designed her own sweater, not a model. Anyway, I posted it because I like the outfit, and the spirit behind it. (Actually I reposted it from the DIY thread).
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