My friend, Wang Xi, recently sent this image to me. I think the older one is doing what my homegirl, Tyra, would refer to as "smizing". (Yes, it's true. America's Next Top Model is a guilty pleasure.)
Here's the original:
The original text:
Shanghai Woman and Child
This is the ordinary dress of the females of the working class in the Keangsoo province. Every province has its peculiar fashion in clothes and in the mode adopted by women for dress the hair, but none diverge very far from the common type. It is worth remarking that the Chinese believe that the same rule applies to foreigners, and hence if half a dozen ladies are seen, one with her hair down her back, another with a chignon, another in bands, a fourth with ringlets, and so on, they are assumed to come from different parts of the Ta Se Yang and to have brought their distinctive fashion with them. So, with long dresses and short dresses, "Grecian bends" and pincez moi's, each is suppose to characterise a province or district among the western barbarians.