Thanks for posting this picture. Now when I go shopping for a new pair of sandals, I will have these in my mind as the ideal, and nothing I can find in any store will measure up. I suppose I’ll have to find an excuse to go shoe-shopping in Sweden.
perhaps this mix of texture, lace and stripes, in differents colours doesnÂ´t look all that style…
I didnÂ´t like it
she has a large and wide forhead…but, even so sheÂ´s a classical beauty in the sense of esthetic perfection beauty
What was the weather for this shot, Sart? I’m thinking that a dress slit to the hip (and a pair of jeans carried but not worn) is an interesting choice if there’s any chance of a random breeze blowing the slit open.
Very cute. The overall look works on her. But I must admit that my first instinct when confronted by hot pink lace is to…run! And there’s so much of it on her dress! I love people who have the pluck to go out in something like that.
Many times hippie chic can look a bit out dated. NOT IN stokholm she looks more chic than ever , not sure what it is about her style that looks clean and “to-date” maybe its those sandals .. love them ! :)
Someone said she looks divine – but spelled it wrongly. This opinion has some merit, as her sandals and economy of dress are certainly approaching the standards of that fashion icon of Jesus. That said, the sandals, while probably good for walking on water, are a major turnoff on the solid ground. what a way to ruin a preety face and nice figure.
She’s clearly a beautiful woman and everyone is allowed a sloppy day. To me, the dress and sandals would have been gorgeous and express an easy going mood, but the hair is such a lifeless contrast. It sort of diminishes the look.
“As a matter of fact, yes. All they eat is fresh fruits and vegetables fish. And bread. Combine that with nearly perfect genes…you get one beautiful nation.”
“Nearly perfect genes”, “One beautiful nation”… just so we are clear about one thing: Sweden does not only consist of people of the “Aryan race”. It is quite a multi-cultural society; although, how well people of different cultural/ ethnic background get along is an entirely different story. And, by the way, people in Sweden do eat meat and dairy products. LOTS.