It's like a female version of sailim.
Do u think it's suitable for female fighter.
Last edited by klimax; 31st March 2014 at 05:05 PM.
@klimax - it might restrict one's movement a bit
What sort of fighting? (please excuse me if that's slang?).
Assuming she has 4-8 long throwing knives strapped to her legs, and an assortment of ice picks in her headgear, then yes.
The shoes, however, are completely worthless unless they reassemble into pistols.
Not so sure about the fur. Maybe it's a distraction!
I thought that the fur thing was maybe for strangling purposes?
I seem to remember Klimax referring to some fashion photos as a subject for a drawing/sketch, so my assumption was that he was thinking of using her as the basis for a character for a fighting game (perhaps). At least, his question immediately brought to mind hours wasted playing Street Fighter II and the Tekken series. Would make an interesting fighter, although considering the demographic, or at least who the developers think their demographic is, the female characters tend to have much more exposed flesh. Oh, and breasts that defy physics.
Sorry, but those shoes are anything but classy. And they do not go with that dress!
"What is this secret connection between the soul, and sea, clouds and perfumes? The soul itself appears to be sea, cloud and perfume..." - from Zorba the Greek by Nikos Kazantzakis.
Go for it.
In my strictly personal opinion, the dress looks better, more classy than the shoes.
I adore the overall hat and look of the dress.
The shoes?? NO NO NO. The model's foot doesn't even look attractive in them.
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This dress is very pretty but sandals are not look good with this dress. I think there are more stylish sandals are available in market and stores. So, find something stylish and trendy which match your dashing outfit.
WOW!!! I have no word for your outfit. It looks so elegant and incredible. You are looking so gorgeous in this outfit.
Late to the party on this one, I know, but just to comment: I like the dress a lot, but I think all of the shoes are too much with the dress. I would suggest something more subdued; a pair of dark red, burgundy or even black shoes if a classic style with a nice tall heel.
Those shoes would hurt to walk in!