Lets just face it, not everybody can pull off editorial poses, because the pages of Vogue simply don't have the same affect in every day life. Spanish artist Yolanda Dominguez' decided to test out a few ridiculous fashion poses in various public settings, with hilarious results:

In an interview, Dominguez explained:
These artificial models are the only reference we have and many women want to be like them but this is not natural and is causing many disorders (eating, mental, behavioral).

On the other hand poses of the women are ridiculous – they seem dead, twisted, pulled ... I try to express deep questions (sometimes dramatic) but always with irony and humor. I feel that when you can laugh at something you can get rid of it.
So ladies, take note: the only place where contorted bodies, legs akimbo, arms awkwardly flopped over heads, or fingers seductively positioned in mouths belong are within the pages of fashion magazines.