you deserve it, if it wasnt for that tattoo, anyone would be hard pressed to figure out if that picture was taken in 1941 or now, you really capture a ww2 pin-up look with this one,shoes,hairstyle and all, bravo!! well done
A beautiful and tasteful picture of a graceful model!
The eyes are intense!!!
Someone mentioned the tattoo.
I would remind them that though they were not as prevalent as today, tattoos were not completely unknown on pin-ups (especially the ones on B-52 bombers).
They were rare, but usually fell into the same category as "Smoking" Pin-up girls.
During that age if a woman who was pictured smoking, or having a tattoo she was assumed to be more approachable.
For a modern day pin-up, it would just mean that as a model, she's rather daring since some employers might not want that in their photo shoot.
Personally, I HATE the shoes. BUT only by themselves. As a part of the picture the color is definitely needed. You have the model in lots of white with the shirt, a little blue shown with the shorts, and a splash of red in the bandanna.
The blue and white shoes help balance the colors quite a bit, I think!
Altogether, this is a wonderfully modern take on a classic subject!
Apart from the tattoo's (spoils the image timeline of the Pin-up girl era) this is an absolutely fantastic presentation The hair, headscarf and shoes are spot on for the archetypal pin-up style working girl; of the factory or farms of the American mid-west 1920-1950's etc. Sarah has the perfect facial look also. Thankyou for the upload. Have a >>>