Great looks! Hah, 3rd girl reminds me on Blair Waldorf :D
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Ooh polka dots, I love them!
Wow, all the outfits are great. I love the polka dots. x
That first outfit is pure perfection
I love the last shot very much! great post
I love seeing people carry things that match their outfits (i.e. – the envelope).
2nd girls skirt is great, her whole look actually.
Love that black & blue skirt!Julia
I love the 3rd photo, the clothes & the background…AMAZING!
the third picture reminds me of Blair Waldorf, soo cute
All of the are cool outfits!
Love the set!
Love the polka dots. I don’t like the longer, knee-length skirt in the second look though. The third look is my favourite.
Love polka dots !
I have a hard time believing that such a short skirt (top picture) would be allowed in Turkey – a country that is Islamic (though officially secular). Now, the outfit on the model in the third and final picture: Beautiful.
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the second girl is très chic!
so many gorgeous women!
these are cool snaps, loved the look
shoulder pads, polka dots, miniskirt, and slick hair.. so chic.
i love polka dotss so cute
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@ “Guppy” HonackerHave you been to Turkey before? I’ve been 3 times in the last 5 years, and I think if you went it would totally change your perceptions!
Turkey does not feel like a ‘Muslim’ country, more like an Eastern European one. It is definitely exotic in parts, but I never felt I was travelling in a ‘Muslim’ country. People are always so surprised, because they think that Turks are Arabic (they’re not).
Loving the outfit on the last girl, she looks great!
love the huge envelope clutch in the 2nd pic and the bandage skirt in the 3rd photo
nice captures of istanbul (esp on your other blog). that is how turks experience istanbul. whereas “tourists” never know where to really go other than lame touristy places and end up experiencing istanbul as a whole different place. so the point is… if you are visiting istanbul, it changes things dramatically if you know some cool people who are from there.
I love the skirt the mix of the color is amazing!!
Love those dots top most
Feminine stylings and dominated by polka dots.Stunning.
they’re unique and different!!!GREAT!!
I love the second girl’s bag. It seems out of place but so right at the same time.
LOVE THE 3RD GIRLS skirt
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The skirt is rockin! Love it!
I wanna be thereee
am loving polka dots at the moment! this post has defs given me some much needed boot up the backside to get my polka dots out again
Love the last outfit!! So pretty!
all the outfits are great…especially the first
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haha, i loved the mini skirt comment. when tourists catch a cheap flight to Turkey, they could even lie topless under mediterranean sun! wow-surprise!
turkey is not islamic, but the majority of the population is muslim. there is a great difference.
btw, that tiny phrase of “though officially secular” actually explains why we had a war of freedom in 20s and founded a republic. so i’d say: a little respect is an instant cure for orientalism. stereotypes are not good for your health.
lastly: i think saying “but turkey is not like a muslim country” as a counter arugment against “oh a mini skirt in islamic turkey!” is equally reflecting a stereotype against muslims. for ex, the country with the highest muslim population in the world is indonesia, not one of the arabic countries.
oh and yes: nice pics.
love the voluminous polka dot top with that tight mini skirt!
I can’t believe these are taken in Turkey!
great all 3 looks!
ISTANBUL – fashion week bonus, 08/25-28/10 Can anyone help me please? The image of the second girl with the cream lace top over a black dress…does anyone know where this top is from? I have seen it on other blogs also but can’t locate where it is from. Thanks : )
oh that’s nice!