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name one thing you would add or subtract here (you can't do both).

16 comments:

On Track said...

I think I would subtract the leggings/ pants so it was less crowded :)

readysetfashion said...

the coat tail has got to go.

Jessica said...

I'm in agreement, I'd snip off the coattail.

Anonymous said...

minus the coattail (it's difficult to see on my monitor; it appears as if the model is wearing a skirt over leggings).

If such was the case - a skirt over leggings - I'd minus the leggings.

xo

Sabina

cybill said...

I'd add a tophat, hell if you've got coat-tails what else can you do. Wear it like you mean it!

-h of candid cool said...

i wouldnt touch it actually

Iheartfashion said...

Love the outfit as is, but I'd wipe off the heavy makeup.

enc said...

I'm with cybill^^.

landis smithers said...

i think it's pretty much flawless. add a camel colored lanvin tote in calfskin, and you're good to go to lunch.

(people, afraid of tails, really?)

fashionaddict said...

I love it as it is, though I don't like the shoes much.

Sisty said...

I wouldn't touch it, either. It's perfect -- who is the designer??

up and down town said...

^^ L'Wren Scott

greying pixie said...

I would add a pair of Doctor Martins boots laced up high to mid calf with leggings tucked inside - that masculin look needs to be seen through to the accessories in my opinion and those shoes are far too 'safe'.

a. said...

love it too! also thought "hat" at first. i picture a cloche, though a top hat would fab too.

editor said...

greying pixie - you can't do both. taking off her current shoes and putting on new shoes is both subtracting and adding something. this game is sometimes trickier than it looks. you can only add 1 thing OR subtract 1 thing.

greying pixie said...

OK, I'll try again. I would add a pair of spats - those rather strange covers worn around ankles and covering the foot and top of the shoe as worn by Edwardian gentleman around the turn of the 19th and 20th century. They would reflect the era of the morning coat and extend the eccentric twist of the jacket. They would also make the bottom half of the outfit rather more interesting as at the moment it looks too bland. Thanks for giving me a second chance!