Black, white, blue, ochre, red, tan; this shouldn't work at all.
The fact that it does says one thing: intelligent dressing. The way the tan ankle strap casually waves at the ochre in the blouse – eeesh, I wish I'd have thought of that. Also love how the red bag marries the black and the navy.
It's truly very interesting to me how some people absolutely love a style and some people just don't. I've read many comments about this shot that express the former and I am decidedly with the latter. I do not like the shirt peeking out from under the jacket; it's too busy and incoherent to me. However, I really like how subjective it all is. Subjectivity allows for personal style, because we don't all like the same things and that's pretty great.
When one is physically beautiful, it is easier to get away with…anything. I love everything she is wearing, but the blouse seems like a forced effort to give the outfit a little "edge". I don't think it works. It upsets, detracts from, the jacket whose fabric is exquisite, and too heavy for the blouse. Maybe the blouse with a belt and a tiny cardigan? Or with black capris and ballet slippers?
I love this … a little classic, a little playful, somewhat serious but a little careless, mostly reserved with a wild under-streak. The shoes, though, are critical.I wonder if there would be any way to work this without the stratospheric heels?
Wow. Thats a wonderful outfit. Im amazed at how well she put this together. not very many people could do this at all. The fact that she wears this with such confidence and ease just adds the cherry on top.I have seldom seen such skillful styling. Now I have never been to Milan, but I am sure that people there are just people. Wear what suits you, and you will look good. I wear my old Levis and favorite Jeffrey Campbell boot( I love everything he makes), t shirt and leather jacket when I travel. I bring clean t shirts and undies with me, but not much else. If they didn't like, they can kiss it. No one has ever complained yet.