Fotos tsunami japan 2011



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It's the problem with old lady dresses. There's a point at which you are still wearing them, and you look in the mirror, and you think, shit, I actually look like an old lady now.

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Anonymous wrote:I looked at the grechens closet blog and it looked fine to me. Those looks are stylish right now. I guess if you still think riding boots and skinny jeans are the height of fashion then her outfits would look “off” but just be aware those are the looks you’ll be wearing when the trends finally trickle down to you in 5-10 years... if they ever do.

+1000. The responses to that blog link really shows the age of this forum.

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+3000. Not only age, but breadth of style IQ. Doesn't have to be your style, but not recognizing that particular style as the quintessential minimalist/capsule/sustainable wardrobe trend shows you don't have your finger on the pulse at all.

I think you are both right but I also get the posters who look at her pics and think "wtf, that doesn't look good".....bc honestly a lot of that shit doesn't look good on her. The trend with sort of the quirky, funky and often sort of intentionally unflattering cuts in fashion right now are more ironic cool on those maybe early 30s and under. But I feel like on a 40 something with her hair/makeup/overall style, well it can easily shift from right on the pulse of cool and funky to looking like you are wearing frumpy old weird clothes like something out of those teacher's catalogues in the 80s with denim jumpers and cat sweaters. Not all, some is cool, but with this fashion turn, it needs to look super intentional.

I completely agree. While the looks may be stylish for some people, they are not at all flattering for this particular person. Part of being stylish is knowing what works for you and what doesn't.

Yes. It’s not fair, but some of these funkier, intentionally unattractive looks can really only be pulled off by very good looking, younger people. On an average sized 40-something it doesn’t look intentional or ironic, just mumsy and unflattering.

I disagree, I've seen people exactly her proportions/age who can pull off the look. She just has a hint of fashion victim mixed with clothes horse. She's pulling in too many things and it doesn't make for an authentic look. But overall I don't get the hate. I'm okay with her aesthetic it's just not well executed. At least I could click through a few pages of her. The other blogs posted one outfit was enough to close the tab.

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Anonymous wrote:I really like this one. Fun use of color, relatable body and I live her style.

http://www.economyofstyle.net

I like this. She has cute style that’s not frumpy or overly ridiculous/trendy. I’m 42 and when I hear classic, I usually think old. There has to be some fun in dressing.

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I just came across this. I don't know if they are bloggers, but they are on Instagram: https://darlingmagazine.org/women-prove-beauty-ageless/

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Anonymous wrote:I looked at the grechens closet blog and it looked fine to me. Those looks are stylish right now. I guess if you still think riding boots and skinny jeans are the height of fashion then her outfits would look “off” but just be aware those are the looks you’ll be wearing when the trends finally trickle down to you in 5-10 years... if they ever do.

+1000. The responses to that blog link really shows the age of this forum.

+2000.

+3000. Not only age, but breadth of style IQ. Doesn't have to be your style, but not recognizing that particular style as the quintessential minimalist/capsule/sustainable wardrobe trend shows you don't have your finger on the pulse at all.

I think you are both right but I also get the posters who look at her pics and think "wtf, that doesn't look good".....bc honestly a lot of that shit doesn't look good on her. The trend with sort of the quirky, funky and often sort of intentionally unflattering cuts in fashion right now are more ironic cool on those maybe early 30s and under. But I feel like on a 40 something with her hair/makeup/overall style, well it can easily shift from right on the pulse of cool and funky to looking like you are wearing frumpy old weird clothes like something out of those teacher's catalogues in the 80s with denim jumpers and cat sweaters. Not all, some is cool, but with this fashion turn, it needs to look super intentional.

I completely agree. While the looks may be stylish for some people, they are not at all flattering for this particular person. Part of being stylish is knowing what works for you and what doesn't.

Yes. It’s not fair, but some of these funkier, intentionally unattractive looks can really only be pulled off by very good looking, younger people. On an average sized 40-something it doesn’t look intentional or ironic, just mumsy and unflattering.

I disagree, I've seen people exactly her proportions/age who can pull off the look. She just has a hint of fashion victim mixed with clothes horse. She's pulling in too many things and it doesn't make for an authentic look. But overall I don't get the hate. I'm okay with her aesthetic it's just not well executed. At least I could click through a few pages of her. The other blogs posted one outfit was enough to close the tab.


Back to say here's an example. I think this woman has a similar aesthetic but a more convincing execution. Whether you like her style or not she looks like she owns and wears the things photographed and they suit her lifestyle. https://www.instagram.com/karinlindroos/?hl=en
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Not PP, but that’s just one of the writers. They do have a variety of body types on the blog.

If you are work outside of the home and/or have more than a high school education or the equivalent knowledge/experience, this blog is not for you. The writers are all stay-at-home moms , the writing is terrible, and the worldview is limited and self-serving. Try Cup of Jo.

I don’t think it’s that bad, and I’m not even a mom.

+1 You sound like an insufferable snob. Fashion blogs aren't in known for their prose, its visual. Also, at some point people have to dress for weekends. I appreciate it for that

Please. The focus of the blog is joggers and what they call "denim underwear." If those are your things, then, you do you. But for most DC working women, I'm guessing that isn't what they are looking for.

The home posts are the worst.

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Anonymous wrote:I really like this one. Fun use of color, relatable body and I live her style.

http://www.economyofstyle.net

+1

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Anonymous wrote:http://grechenscloset.com is run by a 40-something who looks like a size 10.

Lots of people look at this blog for advice? Really?

DP. I love her taste - she supports minimalist and independent designers, or Clergerie/GoldenGoose type stuff. She’s not a Talbotsnista.

If burlap sacks with dirty sneakers or nurse's shoes are your thing, go for it.

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Back to say here's an example. I think this woman has a similar aesthetic but a more convincing execution. Whether you like her style or not she looks like she owns and wears the things photographed and they suit her lifestyle. https://www.instagram.com/karinlindroos/?hl=en

YES. The Karin you linked to somehow pulls off the same looks and on her it just looks right.

Hmm. Interesting.

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I love accidentalicon

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I like Wardrobe Oxygen. However, some of her fashion choices are a bit questionable from time to time. Overall, it has a good, positive vibe and I've found it helpful.

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Anonymous wrote:I looked at the grechens closet blog and it looked fine to me. Those looks are stylish right now. I guess if you still think riding boots and skinny jeans are the height of fashion then her outfits would look “off” but just be aware those are the looks you’ll be wearing when the trends finally trickle down to you in 5-10 years... if they ever do.

+1000. The responses to that blog link really shows the age of this forum.

+2000.

+3000. Not only age, but breadth of style IQ. Doesn't have to be your style, but not recognizing that particular style as the quintessential minimalist/capsule/sustainable wardrobe trend shows you don't have your finger on the pulse at all.

I think you are both right but I also get the posters who look at her pics and think "wtf, that doesn't look good".....bc honestly a lot of that shit doesn't look good on her. The trend with sort of the quirky, funky and often sort of intentionally unflattering cuts in fashion right now are more ironic cool on those maybe early 30s and under. But I feel like on a 40 something with her hair/makeup/overall style, well it can easily shift from right on the pulse of cool and funky to looking like you are wearing frumpy old weird clothes like something out of those teacher's catalogues in the 80s with denim jumpers and cat sweaters. Not all, some is cool, but with this fashion turn, it needs to look super intentional.

I completely agree. While the looks may be stylish for some people, they are not at all flattering for this particular person. Part of being stylish is knowing what works for you and what doesn't.

This. Runway models are tall and slender for a reason - the clothes hang on them like a hanger. We as everyday women need to understand that we all have different bodies and proportions, and can't just blindly grab outfits that are shown to us online or in a fashion show.

The first and most important rule of style is to know what works for you. And this woman does not.

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Anonymous wrote:I like Wardrobe Oxygen. However, some of her fashion choices are a bit questionable from time to time. Overall, it has a good, positive vibe and I've found it helpful.

I think her clothes don’t fit most of the time. But she’s probably the most popular DC style blogger right?

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Anonymous wrote:I really like this one. Fun use of color, relatable body and I live her style.

http://www.economyofstyle.net

I like this. She has cute style that’s not frumpy or overly ridiculous/trendy. I’m 42 and when I hear classic, I usually think old. There has to be some fun in dressing.


If you want to see “fun in dressing,” look at Advanced Style or Iris Apfel. It’s all a little too for me, but gosh do they ever look like they’re having fun.
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Back to say here's an example. I think this woman has a similar aesthetic but a more convincing execution. Whether you like her style or not she looks like she owns and wears the things photographed and they suit her lifestyle. https://www.instagram.com/karinlindroos/?hl=en

YES. The Karin you linked to somehow pulls off the same looks and on her it just looks right.

Hmm. Interesting.


She’s Finnish. The Scans and Finns can pull off weird very well.
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