No, not her... she's boring.
I'm looking at the two men behind her. Never were two men's trends so perfectly put into play. I've always been fascinated by Asian men's style. I feel like they take more risks than your average white guy. And if you don't believe me...
I love him. I always wanted an Asian grandfather but alas, it was not in the cards for me.
I love the long hair too. I always said I would never date a man who takes longer to get ready than me or has longer hair than mine. But it is pretty to look at.
When I was commuting to Manhattan there was a guy who always ended up on the S with me in the morning. Tall about 6'3", dark chocolately smooth skin like he got facials on the regular, strong jawline. He always wore a wool overcoat but never the same one, a suit, and a briefcase slung crossbody over his shoulder. And he had... the best hair. I'm not one for dreads myself either but his must have been 3 feet long all the way down his back and per.fect.ly done. Not a hair out of place and always tied at the back together with a simple piece of twine.
That man. I always wanted to pet him. Don't know why. Some men are just so beautiful they make me feel bad about myself. Like as a woman I should be able to keep up!
On the left we have skinny jeans on grown men and I happen to like this look. This trend actually bubbled up / trickled down from the teen crowd as most things do. I work across the street from a high school and the styles for boys have changed since I was but a little person. High school boys look a lot like this now.
I'm sure the man in the photo isn't in high school but that's fine. Roll play never hurt anyone.
Happy Hump Day!
via thesartorialist, facehunter, people