see, the problem with this kind of thinking is that it assumes that there is a 'one size fits all' in fashion. this is not the case in women's wear, neither is it in menswear. there are many factors that affect looking good in clothes, that is personality, personal style, posture, hair, makeup, i could go on.
drapey drapey gothy gothy dark mori
oh dear i would like this jacket but that fringe at the end of the sleeves is horrid
weird. also not a big fan of orange. then again, it's against black. the whole thing comes off as tacky to me
is it bad that the first thing that comes to mind when i see this is napoleon dynamite??? also ronald mcdonald shoes
i can't really tell what's going on here
i feel bad for her feet but the shoes are nice. trenchcoat is trenchcoat. interesting color, makes it a lot less generic
pretty safe at first glance but as you analyze it what is she actually going for? is she trying to look prudish with that turtleneck wait no she has a motorcycle jacket and snakeskin clutch, and then that professional length skirt. it's unlikely the whole look will get more than a second glance because of the palette.
i like what i see so far here. i pray that her top is not denim as well.
military beret, coat is interesting, why is she wearing socks with open toed shoes ok
also regarding trends in women's wear, professionals like the same old stockings, pencil skirt, slacks, pumps, blouse look. peplum is in. teens-young adult like that hipster flowy boho stuff with kimonos, that coachella stuff. flower crowns in fashion photography though you don't see girls wearing that on the street. baggy sweaters and fitted bottoms are a thing. tribal patterns, florals, kimonos everywhere. oh, and pastel goth.
also why do people here have a fetish for winter clothes it's nearing the end of march is it still even cold in the cold countries i don't think so