Letter Sweater Crosswalk, Jing An District

I love how this lady’s cardigan is not as literal as “Loud Beats Saved My Life” or “We Get F#%&*$ Busy”, but the subject still certainly suggests a lot to the viewer.

I believe it says “FUN” on her left hand pocket… Fun for sure, and a bit abstract.

I’m not a huge fan of those shirts that so definitively declare awkward statements about people and their lives (in the US or in China). I don’t want to know what you think of yourself, or what you want other people to think about you. I prefer quiet confidence.

For some reason, it reminds me a bit of Michael Jackson, but I don’t think he is the one she is referencing with this ensemble.

I think that by not being so literal, she can say more things about herself… It’s more open to interpretation, but I can infer her quirky, light personality.


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5 Responses to Letter Sweater Crosswalk, Jing An District

  1. Summer says:

    Don’t you think this lady’s outfit is just pure tasteless? and she wore it not out of her personalities but cos she just purely does not care what to put on?

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  3. spela says:

    nice blog and all, got good taste who has good taste :D….
    you just got to know a little better you camera, to make that shoots clear.

    come by

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