Perhaps she should have sat next to the guy with the Yellow Pages Tube Map as the shade was remarkably similar.
Red & Green Should Never Be Seen
Or is it blue & green, or yellow green. I forget. Fishnet tights aside I don't think this red and green combo works.
Maybe it's the sequinned green flats which don't quite go with the pillar box red skirt. Maybe it's just the skirt itself which is almost like a micro kilt but not quite. I think at the end of the day the tabard 3/4 length black top is not doing the look a lot of favours.
I know that footless tights are this season's err.....tights, (according to The Sunday Times) but these tights are not exactly footless tights and not exactly leggings either
It all looks a little bit Blondie or Andy Warhol muse to me. What sort of length tights are you supposed to wear with that skirt?
The Avengers Look
A guest entry from James spotted on the Victoria Line
"She's wearing a combat jacket and evidently skirt/shorts small enough not be seen below the jacket. Then to finish it off brilliant white boots."
Personally I think she's in training to become the new Emma Peel. Those white boots scream 60's throwback, yet the combat jacket is very "Take one look at me and I'll wrestle you to the floor".
The Long Tails
Finally, and just in case you were worried that men were letting the side down, something that I really hope is not going to become a trend.
From the front the guy on the left might not look particularly unusual, fairly loud taste in socks for the military looking jacket, but otherwise nothing too weird until you notice something dangling between his legs. And if you thought the guy on the right was carrying a soft toy, you'd be wrong.
Rather bizarrely they were both wearing tails.
Apparently this wasn't a fancy dress party or some sort of passing fad, as shortly after I posted it on Flickr pixeldiva said:
"Oh my god! I know this guy!
Well, *know* as in, I saw him once, several years ago, outside Forbidden Planet when it was on New Oxford Street - but he's somewhat memorable.
Can't believe he still has the same tail."
If anyone can explain the significance of this goth/punk/furry tail look, I'd be very happy.
That's it for this week. The previous week's victims can be found here and if you've missed the whole set they can be seen on the following Flickr set.