Stunning!! Every woman here is just perfection. I love the girl with the red hair on the bike- I love the beauty in the orange blazer. Finally, the girl in the flowered dress is so evocative. Thanks for these great shots.
WOW! Does the beautiful girl on the bike have a prosthesis leg?! She looks amazing, it’s a great inspiration to see a girl with a difficulty like this rooking it like she does! You really have an eye for this!
I love that the beauty of the bike woman and the orange skirt are so outstanding, no one notices the leg…(yellow!). I wish she would turn around, and tell me her story. No doubt it is way better than fiction.
i love the image of the woman on the bike, and have ever since you first posted it. i only just noticed her prosthetic leg, it’s so pleasing to see such an ‘aesthetically beautiful image’ with a woman who obviously has a story to tell, and how she’s riding a bike! i don’t mean this in any offensive way at all, i just really love the unassuming significance this image has!
I am not sure at all about that sea foam color they are calling “emerald” and peddling right now. I saw a couple of girls in head to toe emerald and they look just like little pistachio nuts. Funny how the retail folk glom on to a color and sell it until they are blue in the face. Remember that bright raspberry they did in 2011? I love all colors. Its so funny to think that something as eternal as a color would be a trend, but they sure are.
I would never in a million years put the pieces in that first outfit together, and yet there is something in her stature and the look on her face that gives such an air of confidence and authority, that I look at that shot and think, ‘wow, great look!’ I wobble on the idea that a confident woman can always look good – or that beauty/fashion is about loving yourself and feeling good about yourself. I want to believe that’s true but….
I like that this first shot is an affirmation that confidence, attitude, and thinking outside the box does wear well.
Growing up, orange wasn’t really a color I liked, but I’ve grown to like it. Now, I find it so chic paired with browns, purples, whites and cobalt blue. Besides, it looks absolutely stunning on dark haired and/or dark skinned people, so I’m finally giving it a bit of a chance…it’s a happy color that works well for all seasons…quite versatile!
Now, as for the looks you posted, I ABSOLUTELY love the pepper outfit. I remember when you originally posted it and it’s still one of my favorites. And the bicycle girl is simply an amazing source of inspiration! So glad you took her picture!
They’re all so natural, so clean, so beautiful and unaffected. Reminiscent of watching Ali McGraw walk down the beach while in my teens. Pure beauty, grace and style. All of the above photos today. Thank you for sharing these.
I have had your photo of the girl on the bicycle saved to my computer for the longest time, and I just wanted to say that is one of my favorite photographs. I follow the Sartorialist mainly for fashion oriented inspiration but that one picture made me appreciate the people in your photographs more than the clothes; because ultimately it is the person wearing the clothes and how they wear them that illustrates their message. Something about how beautifully her body, her prosthetic leg, the breeze and the bike all come together in an image that looks entirely natural spoke to me. I am having trouble articulating her how deeply that photograph affected me, for reasons unknown, but I hope I have given you some sense of the emotion.