Holly & her hat


Quelle diva

Holly Golightly?

Lark Street

We stopped her because she reminded us of Holly Golightly. You know, from "Breakfast at Tiffany's."

We'd love to tell you where she shops or how she put together such a fab outfit, but in true Holly Golightly fashion, she took off before we could ask her any questions. As Holly would say, "Sorry, dahlings."

She did, however, pose for a photograph. So here's the dress, the bag, the sunglasses and the hat that reveal her inner fabulous. All that's missing is the cigarette holder and a cat -- named Cat.


I know her!

Sorry - but NO!
She did manage to match the colour black, but lets be real that isn't very hard. Her shoes are a mess and she isn't wearing her hat properly.
Her best feature and accessory to this otherwise lack lustre outfit is her smile! So good for her.

Lets not give credit where it isn't due; it cheapens the rewards for those of us that put effort into doing right consistently.

Wow...someone sounds bitter. I think she looks fabulous. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and really who are we to say what is right and what is wrong. That's the great part about fashion - it can take on so many forms. Many different things are "right" but it may not be right for you. I just don't think it's fair to bash someone's outfit just because it's not something you would wear.

i totally think that this looks way cute on her. i wouldnt wear the dress but it seems to suit her and i like that. i love huge plastic sunglasses and that hat, even though it screams Saratoga Trackie Tourist (which i hate) , is absolutely adorable. but i agree 100% that her shoes are a mess. cute flats, sandals or even heels would have been way cute. my only thing i think should be changed (besides the shoes) is the lack of color. give it a little pop! like i've said before, add some bold colored jewelery or bag or even some metallic shoes. otherwise i like it a whole lot

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