The print dress, the grey tights, the Chloe platforms, the white hand held bag…perfection! I’ve been seeing quite a lot of trapeze dresses on and off the runway. White ( for accessories) seem to ben an all year round color now. Gotta love that.
I love the color combination of gray, black & white. She looks classic and gorgeous. She even proves that any woman can be sexy with right clothes at any age and any size. I love her posture. Strong and confident but not proud. Love it…Love it.
But since we’re adjusting our fickle fashion consciousness to adapt to them this winter, I have to say grey tights work better when worn with white, cream, beige, tan or brown platforms & especially with shoeboots.
On the subject of open-toed shoes: I’ve noticed there are lots of them in stores this fall. This FALL. How do you wear open-toed shoes properly during tight/hose season?? Is she doing the right thing with the tights/toes combo?? I’m not usually this unsure, but the whole thing presents a terrible dilemma…I have toe stress…
i think tights with sandals look so cute! why do we care what the “right” thing to do is? when it’s well-thought out and executed, anything can work and look good. it’s about personal style, not rules from up high.
I am glad to see that many others like opaque tights as much as I do – when I asked for them at Wolford last year the saleswoman (who I think was actually a manager from another store) was such a frosty b*tch about it! She told me they were only suitable for “Vermont, or something”!
i agree that the dress would look nice belted, though i like this way, as well. i love that white handbags are available more now. the grey tights are wonderful – i think that grey goes with everything, and such areassuring and cozy colour – but i live in a very rainy city, so perhaps i have a predilection for soft colors. the tights with sandals look works if the toe is not too open – this is perfect. as for the sandals/tights look for the winter – that’s cab-only attire.
Tights with sandals has been done for a few years now; if you live in New York, it’s the only way you can brave the ridiculous winters while looking hot. I love contrast – opaque black tights with a lighter shoe (pref. a lowerish heel).
The dress is great. The tights are great. My problem is with that Chloe(ish) shoe. Much too much; if you’re going to wear anything fairly shapeless up top, keep the shoes as dainty as possible. Please. The perfect proportion would involve a pointed-toe mary-jane in some cheeky color.