Ususally, I’m not a fan of the all-over-floral-print dress. But, it’s sooo granny chic with the extra long cardigan. I *love* the color of the cardigan, and I really appreciate the subtle coloring that is on it. Well played, I say.
Also, I love her stance. Toes together, ankles slightly apart. Cute without being pigeon.
I’m just not feeling the whole cardigan thing…her shoes are fabulous, tights and dress awesome even the oversized tote and glasses…)all are a bit overseen on this blog) the cardigan just gives it a heavy matronly look when it could have been so smart with the same colored wrap.
Hmmm. All of these pieces are nice but as an ensemble? I can’t say I’m digging it. It looks too haphazard to me. Like thriftshop chic without the chic.
First of all I think the dress would be better at knee length.
The sweater is unflattering, it needs shape IMO (look a the shoulder seems – is this her dad’s sweater?). It makes this already grannyesque dress look more matronly. Perhaps it would work with skinny jeans or leggings.
The bag is too big and modern for the outfit and IMO black is not a good choice.
I don’t think the shoes work with the sweater and purse but I do like them with the tights.
Wow…. being this critical is exhausting…. must take nap now.
I don’t get it. Maybe it’s because I’m a member of this generation, or possibly its because the oversized glasses, tote bag large enough to hide a body in, distracting print dress remind me of my college days.
the lady with the spotted bag a distance behind looks interesting. the navy on her is eye-catching. the pink on the photographer too. the subject of the photo: looks heavy, clothes weighing her down. dont like the shoes too much. jaime’s (above) suggestion sounds good
What a charming outfit. It strikes me as whimsical and individualistic. She doesn’t look like she is trying too hard, to me she just seems to be wearing something that struck her as interesting and pretty. I hope that is what she did- that’s why I like it.
I like the dress. I have a feeling the sweater does something unattractive in the back…Not crazy about the accessory choices. I’m trying to avoid looking like a wizard in the muggle world and it’s something we all struggle from time to time. So many fabulous things to wear, but edit, edit, edit.