First of all, let’s not use “quiet” as pejorative. These are quiet colors that evoke the voile of 1920s shifts and unmentionables, but are startling. Why? I think it’s their twin reference to history and to intimacy; I don’t expect that. And, let’s face it, these colors call to each other.
Also love the fact that these colors fashion tailored separates. Structure rules.
this photo is breathtaking. What she’s wearing is lovely, I like seeing short haired women wearing button ups and still looking entirely feminine. (speaking as a short haired woman) but beyond her look is the composition and focusing of the photo. I don’t know what partt makes it exactly, but wow.
I bet she wears brogues ! I like the sheer blouse, the faded red pants and her hair cut is perfect for her face. The ensemble is feminine with a bit of roughness.
The details (belt, jewelry) give a little twist to this outfit.
Let’s not forget the background : blurred but with enough colors to make a nice tapestry.
Loving her understated style. Particularly loving the cut of those pants–they look fantastic on her, and they’re so perfectly minimalist that, along with the look’s other elements, they keep the red from being horrible and loud.
Fashion Eros. I love her face, the color of her blouse mixed with the jewel tone of her pants. Another beautiful, powerful image Scott. I thought no one/nothing could top my most recent favorite image—the Goddess in all white with the asymmetrical hem–but this makes it a tie. And they are so different from one another in terms of their looks and the way they wear beauty and power. Thank you. We are in your debt, as always.
i love the simplicity and elegance of both this outfit and the shot…
but most of all i love it when a woman can carry herself so gracefully and prominently while rockin’ a “man’s” haircut (slicked back with gel and everything!)