Love it. I know its already warm enough to swim in Miami, but I like how she’s working with jewel tones that could be worn in a colder climate (hence your Paris picture below). Even though its April 1 it isn’t high summer after all, plus not everyone looks great in yellow/gold/those sunny type of colors.
What I really like about this photo though, as opposed to your other beach photos so far, is the sartorial interest in the–skorts?? what are those?? Don’t care what they are; they are both climate and season appropriate and truly fashionably interesting.
Thanks for this and the caftan shot because as a Floridian, I’ve been thinking about “Florida style” or lack thereof. Due to so many half-time retirees here, it’s been hard for this state to establish an identity in general, but these two ladies are inspiring.On a practical note, her cardigan is an essential here because indoors it is always chilly due to ungodly AC temps.
You know what makes this outfit very Miami? The really simple clothes matched with a very expensive watch. You still want to show your wealth somehow, in tiny little ways. I like the outfit, though. Jorge from WPB
It’s really funny how people express there aversion to flip-flops. Yet, thousands of women wobble around New York in sky high, overly expensive shows!! I guess some aren’t worried about pretension?? And besides, yes Miami is great, but it is also hot and humid as hell and down here in the southeast people dress for comfort. The only reason people where flipflops is they would go barefoot if they could get away with it.
I have to admit that I don’t like this outfit. It’s just boring, although she looks like relaxed etc. And probably she’d look good wearing almost anything, but with this outfit, there’s nothing special.
those shoes are Havianas. The outfit is relaxed but beach style can and should include smart and pulled together. think about the woman in the caftan. give me some kind of fashion or style. and if it’s about the naked or almost naked foot, let’s have those in some lovely slip ons or sandals. beach attire should still be inspiring. this outfit is cute but not fly.
Like the shorts they are an interesting design and look very comfortable.. and the glasses…totally not digging that top and cardigan combo though! Looks like something I would see women wearing around my local shopping mall…
What’s funny about havainas is that were completely underrated in Brazil until americans and europeans started to think they were fancy! Those dark ones are the simplest ones over here, we say they are “builders flip flops” !!