The shoulders have this Edwardian look to it, harking back to the era when ladies called their sleeves "leg of mutton". I know it seems an unflattering thought but on the model they looked fantabulous. I wonder how this look will fare in real life?
This bow hat reminded me of what Aretha Franklin wore to the recent inaguration. Was D&G inspired by her? I think the Marilyn Monroe print shirt here is more wearable and with the checkered tulip (?) skirt, it looks so appropriate on a saturday night out. I love the necklace too. (Hmm, will try to copy this outfit soon)
So ferosh don't you think?