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On the Bike...Blue Shoes & Black Dressing, Berlin


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Friday, May 04, 2007

On the Bike...Blue Shoes & Black Dressing, Berlin

Comments on "On the Bike...Blue Shoes & Black Dressing, Berlin"


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (6:21 PM) : 

It is so sad Europeans tolerate such disgusting destruction of property (in the form of graffiti) in their once lovely cities.


Anonymous Besserwisserin said ... (6:25 PM) : 

I love her shoes


Blogger Janvangogh said ... (7:14 PM) : 

Lovely, lovely blue shoes


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (7:39 PM) : 

yeah but it sure gives an hell of an mix, anonymous!


Blogger Gudl said ... (8:14 PM) : 

She looks good, but the graffiti is really bad. I have to agree with anon. 6:21 PM


Blogger said ... (9:02 PM) : 

It's funny it is mentioned about the graffiti. Our french cousins say this is a form of art...of expression...and don't look at as destruction at all. To each his own, I suppose.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10:48 PM) : 

i was just thinking before I read the first comment how much I love the graffiti in the background - it somehow seems more real than over-sanitized cities. and i love her look, especially teh bag


Blogger Asian Models Blogger said ... (10:53 PM) : 

I love the basket on the bicycle.

And I'm still surprised at the number of women riding a bicycle in a dress.


Blogger Blue Floppy Hat said ... (12:51 AM) : 

For probably the fiftieth time...those are beautiful shoes! And I covet the cycle, it seems to be the top accessory of the season over in Europe.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (1:37 AM) : 

i love her shoes. and yes i agree about the grafitti. it's such a shame. but they're beautiful style makes it up for it.


Blogger EPHEMERALTHING said ... (4:05 AM) : 

I´ m so sorry but graffiti is an identity element in Berlin. Berlin without graffiti will not be Berlin.
And, again, I´m so sorry, but this city, "spangled with dog piles and graffiti all over" it´s one of the most civilized places in the entire world.
Like the lady in the portrait, it´s a matter of relaxed minds.


Anonymous d said ... (5:32 AM) : 

we love blue sequin flats.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (7:55 AM) : 

Being myself a European woman riding bike in a dress or skirt in summertime I feel I must confess here that it is not only an accessory or a way of transport. It is also a refined way of enjoying one´s sexuality without showing a lot of skin or other more vulgar ways. It´s training for a flirt and beginning of a love affair. Especially now when the dresses are shorter and wider againg it is pure pleasure. (When it´s not raining, that is.)


Blogger Carolina Lange said ... (9:20 AM) : 

Wow, she looks so good! Love everything about her, specialy the shoes!


Blogger Lars said ... (9:35 AM) : 

That's not graffiti, they're "tags." Still, I barely even noticed them over her velvety dress!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (7:29 AM) : 

Isn't she great with that lovely, welcoming smile.

I would love to have a chat and coffee with her.

Again, the black hair and fringe, what we realize to be reprsentative of Berlin women.

The bike, the wide velvet dress, so quaint and somehow comforting; lose the horrible, discordant, electric blue shoes.

THe shoes may be meant as irony but frankly, she doesn't need it.

Well done, fraulein.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (7:51 AM) : 

Yes, apropos of the comment above re. the tingly, sexual feeling of riding a bike in the Summer wearing a dress; the hidden, oft unexpressed, feelings our clothes give us, is a neglected topic.

Brava for noting this as clothing is so much more subtle and powerful than mere adornment.



Blogger Fabienne said ... (5:06 AM) : 

love the outfit, but then again blue+black is really all i wear lately *smile*. the tags behind her aren't graffiti per say, but street art and graffiti rocks in berlin, there are scads of gorgeous, colorful works of art free for everyone to see. love her outfit!


Blogger gila said ... (11:55 AM) : 

re: grafitti

right, it would be so much nicer if New York, for example, looked like a nondescript suburb with identically beige walls all around.

i don't believe The Sartorialist is a place for people who feel this way. Perhaps "Anonymous" wondered over from by mistake.


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