I guess this would be the definition of the phrase you mentioned “drama in the back”. ;o)
I really like the coat, but what I’m really digging about the style in Paris is they pay attention to detail when it comes to their outfits, but their hair is completely undone. I’m the same way and so it’s nice to see others who put the effort into their ensemble, but don’t spend hours doing their hair. There’s something very casual chic about that.
It somewhat amuses me to read the comments your blog-guests leave on the American vs European way of dressing. It seems many think that we are chainsmoking, fur-wearing fashionistas with unpretentious hair. That’s OK though, I really don’t mind. I like fur. I would be really interested in what you would say about the people in cities like Copenhagen and Stockholm. The Scandinavians have their own twist to European fashion.
My god, the fashion shows for autumn/winter are boring this year ! Luckily we have you, Scott and your blog to keep us updated on what people are wearing in the streets – much more interesting then what’s happening on the catwalks !
Not a fur fan. Is not like I’m an activist or something like that, but after watching one of PETA’s videos, I’m not longer able to appreciate the beauty on fur. Unless is in animals of course. But, OK, i got to say that is a nice pattern.
I agree with the first comment. I have just come back from Paris and most Parisian women have perfected a sort of effortless rumpled elegance in their hair that doesn’t necessarily rely on straighteners or tinting.
I suspect that this look requires a lot of work though.