14 January 2007

1515 14th street (g fine art): civilian @ g.









9 Comments:

Blogger panda head said...

1. the ruffle-edged collar on this was really neat, and the olive color looks great on her.
2. the cotton candy pink shoes looked perfect with the rest of her all-black outfit.
3. two preppy staples - a rugby striped shirt and a cardigan - looked anything BUT preppy with such awesome contrast in color and stripes.
4. i love the purple top with the yellow belt; her earrings and red lipstick are pretty touches that were bright enough to keep up with the rest of the outfit.
5. okay seriously her hair was gorgeous, and i love the bright (would you call that chartreuse?) de*nada bag.
6. this gentleman was wearing his individual style very well, and his friend looks immaculately put together in her excellent blazer and statement necklace.
7. i had one of these two laughing that i liked a lot, but in this version you can really see the color contrast in his outfit and her necklace and brown/blue combo. also, they looked really great TOGETHER.
morgan

12:13 PM  
Blogger Candid Cool said...

i like the cardigan on guy #3 and the last pair of shoes, astounding!

12:36 PM  
Blogger Liz Gorman said...

THOSE SHOES!

12:49 PM  
Anonymous el harto said...

8. these shoes BLEW MY MIND. i haven't seen anything this awesome since EVER. and it looked really great with the skinny black jeans that were good and short. (a personal fvorite style of mine)

linds

3:23 PM  
Blogger S. said...

That's right all, no need to fear white shoes in winter! Yeah

6:03 PM  
Blogger Golden Silence said...

Guy in photo #3 is cute.

4:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

sure, the purple sweater's cute and all, but the fact that she's usually wearing too-short hotpants on stage should take her right off the smart list!

6:35 PM  
Anonymous chaz said...

Rugby shirt + cardigan = confused.

11:33 PM  
Blogger Johanna said...

The green dress *is* cute, but the fit is awful. You can see every puff in her midsection through the fabric, and that's saying something with such a heavy, winter velvet. Style is picking great clothes you love that fit your figure, not just picking great clothes you love.

2:17 PM  

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