Great colors to this image--red and black are my favorite clothing colors. The red of your dress works stunningly with the black of the furniture and the shadowy red of the wall. And all of these colors tie together with your flawless skin tone. Your photographs are sumptuous feasts for the eyes giving the viewer so much to savor and admire. Excellent work by you and all of the amazing photographers and artists with whom you have worked!
I love the expression on your face. Also the contrst between your black hair, red dress, and practically white skin is stunning!!!
One tiny question why are the shoes so big? Is it to further give the impression that your looking down on us or something? Sorry if I offend, I don't think I'll ever get why people like such high shoes. If I tried to even stand in something like that I'd break a leg.
don't know what blutrot means but I actaully think the rich bitch title looks more approtiate here as you have a greater look of contept and arrogance here while rich bitch proper you are staring at the viewers so directly you don't come off as the rich bitch of the title
Wow, I couldn't see it so well in the other two pictures, but the make-up, especially around the eyes, looks totally amazing. I like how you used such vibrant shades of red against pale skin, it looks really, like, stand-outy (can't remember word for it) and almost outlandish, but in a really cool way.
You know, pale is never out. Everyone knows tan is in right now, and as a red head who has been called pasty numerous times, that puts me at an awkward position come bikini season. But pale has always, since the beginning of mankind, been seen as a highly glorified trait in women. It is seen as being gorgeous, healthy, and shows elegance. And you, my friend, have brought it back into the light in spades! It is truly a beautiful photo!
Seems to me like you are being cynical, graphicqueen91. Just because a woman worked in a field did not mean she had to be sun kissed and tanned. In fact, you can't help your genes, especially if your ancestors lived in a place like scotland or greenland, and other such countries that were freezing in winter. Your skin was required to have as little melamin as possible which was needed to absord the few rays of sun available to stay healthy both mentally and physically in the long winters. The other day the guys at my shop howled with laughter when they saw my white legs next to my friend's tanned ones. To them, even tanning-bed tan is better than pale. My little sister is being bullied right now in her school because she is also a pale girl. My point is, I am saying it is nice to see a wonderfully pale woman without a spray tan who seems to embrace how she is. I only wish I was so bold and proud as she. Being a permanently pale Irish woman in Flordia during springbreak? Come on, you have to admit, it is a bit daunting to step out onto the beach in a bikini.
I'm not trying to be cynical at all. I think my intent was - other than to be factual - to try and point out how ironic it is that a long time ago people strived to be pale (hence all the rice powder in 17th century england, etc). But, yeah, a girl can't help her genes, and honestly, she shouldn't have to. I can't tan. I don't want to tan. Pale is beautiful, despite mainstream media today, and I think women should accentuate it, not try to hide it with sprays and creams. People may make fun of the pale, but I think the girls who turn orange or brown from tanning look most ridiculous. And the only thing I don't like about the beach is getting sand in my suit and a sunburn. I'm proud to be pale. You should be too! Irish women are hot
Ha ha, thanks! But I am sorry about defending like that. Words can be easily misconstrued. I am sure by the last one you can tell its a sore spot with me. Thanks for being so sweet and understanding. Also, about the sunburn on the beach, spf 85, the bullfrog brand; every thirty minutes!