October 25, 2012

Huffington Post Style Made Me Pretty!

Check it out! It took a team of women to do it, but I went from looking like a girl with a dragon tattoo:


to looking like an extra on Mad Men:


to looking like someone you could take home to meet your parents (even though I'll probably flirt with your cool cousin with the respectable job when no one's looking):


You can see the full slideshow here. A huge, giant thanks goes out to Christina, Raydene, and Jessica at Huffington Post Style for making me both look and feel spectacular.

8 comments:

jimmy said...

I liked you better before

Anonymous said...

i agree with jimmy. your normal clothes look super cute on you!

Anna said...

Thanks, but I think I look like a giant rope of black licorice!

Anonymous said...

I feel awkward commenting ("oh, great, another random guy on the Internet talking about a woman's appearance"), but I also think your all-black outfit looks awesome. Then again, "I'm comfortable" and "I'm smiling" and "I'm confident" are all very eye-catching.

That said, I don't want to detract from the other awesome photos. Yay for finding styles you like!

Krista said...

I love the article and slide show. As a 6'1" tall woman, it's nice to see articles portraying us as classy without using some of the negative terms tall women are often called.

Goldfarb'sGoblin said...

Can't help but agree with Jimmy, but regardless, I think you look great in all of them. Negative Terms describing tall women? I've got more than a few 6'+ tall friends and they're each someone I look up to.

Happy Halloween!

Wax Pack Geek said...

I'm one of those weird guys that finds black hoodies adorable on women. But the other two pics are just as cute too.

Anonymous said...

I don't think the color is what people are complimenting, but the silhouette. The dresses they put on you don't flatter your figure the way the first outfit does because the same color jeans and boots make your legs look like they go to the ceiling.

Unfortunately, the first dress looks like it was designed for someone with a straight figure and you're curvy. The second dress looks like it's pancaking your breasts. I did like the 3/4 sleeved top and the accordion skirt combo, though.

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