Reminiscent of goddesses…..timeless grace, elegance, as delicately colored and textured as if from nature. If there was more of this gentleness and sensitivity to inspire people in the hard cold cities, would the world be a better place? I tend to think so…….
It is a lovely look for the tall and lean. Long white skirts create a proportion issue that is critical…go ahead…try to imitate this look. NOT so easy as it looks…kind of like leggings..either it is perfect or you are a victim…
it's a romantic look, and i like the first photo and outfit – she was meant to be photographed on that particular spot – but these sunglasses on her remind me disturbingly of michael jackson (as he would have liked to be, presumably).
that gorgeous grey angora sweater..isn't that a stella mccartney? the first photo is just framed so beautifully, the grey of the sweater between the grey of the trees.. the white skirt highlighted against a white road.. silver shadows contrasting with silver shoes.. cool( greys/silvers/whites) and ethereal.
I think the woman in the first photo shows how amazing this look can be. The soft textures are wonderful. I also like the look in the second photo but the first one is my favorite. I prefer the look in these two photo's over the first one of the girl in Milan.
No matter how other street photographers try, i dont see in their photographs what i see in yours almost always, Authenticity. You capture the personâs spirit, personality, feel and dare i say it – love. a bit deep for a tuesday morning here in New Zealand, but… its true. Love Love Love âThe Sartorialistâ Peace.
I especially like the first. I like the contrast of her dark hair and sunglasses with her light sweater and skirt–the top grounds the bottom. The skirt looks so delicate, almost ethereal. The sweater adds visual, as well as physical, warmth.