.the.pants.in the third picture. oh my gracious!! GAH!!!!! i have been wearing cargo pants and actual army fatigues for YEARS and am absolutely l o v i n g the new "take" on them. so so SO awesome! YAYAYAYAYAYAY :) lol :)
I absolutely love how that white lace skirt is used with the casual denims and luscious leathers and how those three different colored leather pieces are so 'owned' rather than 'just bought'. I think that's what makes the look so good. Love the breton top and the scarf too. Absolutely lovely green bag..
That printed scarf has something of the Portuguese northern woman (Minho) clothing folklore, or Alentejo even, very bold colors with massive graphics! Seemed familiar to me! nice, also my favorite pic! :)
Thank you for more shots of apres Ralph Lauren! I loved his timeless look since the first day his ties appeared in the fashion scene to present day. I love to create outfits that show his influence and even more, I enjoy looking at your outstanding photographs of these great looking devotees and shoppers. Thanks Scott.
All the pictures made some type of statement and had something appealing in each picture, but the look of the first pic, I LOVED! the lace skirt and the colorful scarve, which was very eye-catching. Not to mention those BOOTS, LOVED THEM! and lastly, the masculine look with tie is a powerful, and pretty at the same time!
The scarf in the 1st photo seems to be a typical portuguese folclore scarf from a northern city called "Viana do Castelo". The pattern and colours are exactly the same used there. They usually come in red,yellow,green or black and are used around the head or to cover shoulders and chest. It looks awesome in that beautiful woman!
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