Yes. I love both the longer white dresses. The more fitted one is very pretty, and the picture with the adorable way she is straightening her shoe strap is wonderful, but I like both white dresses. I wish I had one that longer length.
LOVE the broderie anglaise look with the clear wedges! Such a wonderful romantic-yet-edgy look! Very modern and feminine at the same time. Plus with her coloring, the broderie is to die for! BEAUTIFUL!
The second photo ! Charming and elegant with just a tee and sweater wrapped around his waist, but the gesture, the distant look in his eyes and his salt and pepper hair : sexy.
Of course, I love navy blue.
#1. THE SHOES. oh, i love. and…a style that i’m going to coin with the phrase “ethereal goth.”
#2. SWOON. and i’m probably going to get hate replies for this…but somehow the smoking makes him even more sexy; if that’s possible. i don’t smoke, and i don’t really love the smell or anything, but smoking in men particularly really doesn’t throw me off their attractiveness barometer *whatsoever. maybe…it’s that i want to watch their hands and their lips ;)
#3. eyelet extraordinaire.
#4. the best part about this is the secret accidental glimpse of his stomach!
and maybe the disparate flowery iphone case in contrast with the masculinity…
Well, if there was no photo No3, I would like photo No 1… but the difference in the “amount of feminity”, posture and “air” between these two women is striking. Love the third photo!!
And sorry, but big NO! for the smoker!
I’m really beginning to love these series, especially the selected photos in the presentation (The white/dark/white/dark attire and the gender alternation that correlates with it is interesting to me). That, and these are some really brilliant portraits.
Smoking, smoking, everywhere. Is the cigarette the summer accessory of choice? Perhaps it’s my circle, or my city, but I never see so many people smoking! If Seattle had a fashion scene, would these photos all include coffee cups instead?