Friday, November 20, 2009

Contessa on StyleLikeU


When I first saw Contessa Stuto on Musings of a Fatshionista a few months ago (Christina posted a picture of her from Zana's blog), I immediately fell in love with her style. I started following her on Twitter, and when she mentioned she was going to be featured on StyleLikeU, one of my favorite blogs, I almost peed my pants. I wish the video was longer, but it's great nonetheless.

Contessa Stuto from Stylelikeu.com from Stylelikeu on Vimeo.


11 comments:

  1. I love her. I follow her on twitter too and she is so amazing. Everything she does is just so different.

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  2. I love her, but I hate the way that site edits their videos. They make cuts right in the middle of sentences and I'm like, "hey, I was listening to that!" Maybe it's just the film student in me, but it really annoys me.

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  3. Er. Hate to be "that person", but is there any way you could put up some kind of NSFW thing at the top of this or something? I was not expecting to see breasts when I came here.

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  4. I agree with Alex, I think she is just fine, like her style well enough, but I don't want to see her breasts. In fact she could be any woman and I wouldn't want to see her breasts.

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  5. Ah I love my breasts! I'll make sure my titties are out in my V magazine spread with Estelle! Keep it classy and trashy

    XOXO CONTESSSA

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  6. Yeah...I have to agree with those two above me. It seems more shock-value than fashion, a lá Lady Gaga.

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  7. Her sheer black top is amazing!!! I just stumbled on your blog when searching about the Faith 21 Contest- and I'm so glad I did!! Are you in the running? I didn't see your name? Would love to know your top pics for the contest- perhaps this can be a future blog entry? I'm in the running ;-) http://www.forever21.com/faith21contest/vote/ xx Janice B

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  8. I love a juicy big girl! Def would take the plunge...

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