Oct 24, 2008
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Great choice in the lady on the scooter. She is really put together! Like the mature blonde rocking the fishnets and fighter-pilot shades.
p.s. more cobblestones!
i love the first outfit, argh the dress, boots hat and her gorgeous hair! perfect!
Mmmm! I love the scooter pic. I’m glad you decided to put it up. And thanks to Dady for the compliment!
You know, Eddie, let us know-REALLY! Is the beauty on the scooter really a biker? OR is that one of your stylist ideas? Now since I looked at her again, she is really shapely, and I would love to know that she really rides. Of course, I have several motorcycles myself, and I NEVER see such beauty and style together on 2 wheels around the city. Post some more photos of her, and let us see some more of her cute face. Notice how looooooong her leg is? Awesome!
Waitin’ for your answer, Eddie…..
Hi – no styling, no faking. Stylesightings is real girls wearing their own clothes that I happen to see when I am walking around wherever I happen to be. I was riding my bike near the Apple store/Meatpacking…she roared up on a scooter and dropped a dude off who was riding on the back…I parked my bike in the middle of the street and fired off a few shots…she roared off again. I selected and lightly Photoshopped the best of her photos. I uploaded it to my site. You are looking at it. This is how we do. No styling, no models, no lights hair makeup – just real girls who are stylish badasses. Period.
I do love the scooter girl photo. I thought of making her a solo post – just so she would stand out from the crowd even more. 🙂
in the very first picture, the girl somewhat resembles carla bruni – she has a certain je ne sais quoi about her
Definitely a bit Bruni-esque in the first photo – nice eye spotting that!
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