i like the boots with this outfit (although i would never wear them myself). i think she looks great, with the cloth shopping bag over her shoulder, she looks amazing and just in her “going to the store” clothes. i like the heaviness of her skirt and the V detailing on the top. she looks very comfortable and at ease with herself and her surroundings. i really like this one.
It’s funny how the physical nature (in this case, her tuck-in arms) can make the look that much better. Reminds me that the clothes on our back still leaves room for personal expression under our own skin.
I love the context of the photograph, one of those rare New York moments when you can leisurely pace. The lighting is diffused like it was taken in the late afternoon or under the shade of buildings. I dont really like the outfit, yes it moves with her, but it is a full soft ensemble, nothing pops, there is not one piece that is structured or ties the look together. Maybe I have lived around Palm Beachers for too long, but I would pair this with a crisp white button down, maybe or a good wide belt? Jorge from W Palm Beach
There’s something about this picture that reminds of the French Riviera in the 30s (not the boots- although i like the way she’s wearing them). Maybe it’ a sort of romanticism in the way she appears to be in a world of her own? i love the way you’ve actually captured the movement, Sart, thanks for a great photo.
Beautiful photo; she appears to be strolling while everyone else is blurrily scurrying. I thought the effect would be better without one of her bags, but the extra bags make her calm seem even more profound.
Such an intersting juxtaposition with the 3 pictures of the lovely Italian gal. This one seems so much easier, more natural, you notice the totality of her instead of labeling her brand of dress, her brand of shoes, etc. Much more appealing to me.