i love her hair, the grey mini, the pumps, the tights, the popped collar of her jacket, but above all, her sweater, which she is wearing almost as a dress, which matches her hair and pulls everything together. she is so cute, too…without make up, she looks about 14.
From the front the shoes look like an amazing pair that I have from Acne jeans. They are from last s/s collection. The material is denim, with geometric heel with grey suede at the bottom. I wonder if these are the same? If so, great taste :-)
the panel of muted tones (sweater, skirt) framed by black, in turn framed by the wonderful colours and textures of the wet concrete- this photo is so beautiful! what a lucky person. my eye is drawn repeatedly to the line of her ankle and calf against the bright spot on the concrete…
perfection, the fall shows seem to be going in a superficial direction, but here the fabrics are more natural and soft. Her hair cut is sofisticated yet (paired with her eyerows) seem naturally untamed. Love the sweater (faded dusty rose and black!) and proportions. Also like the grain on the concrete below her, it echoes her refined and natural beauty.
I love the juxtaposition of her look. The rugged alpaca sweater and oversized men’s jacket against the dainty mini and pumps. Even the angelic shape of her face and softness of her bobbed hair seem to belie the mischievous twinkle in her eye. This girl is a force to be reckoned with I bet!
Love the texture in this picture, the different fabrics on her clothes and shoes, the blur of the background, the grooves on the street. Very nice. She is great as well, love the confidence and the style.
I enjoy wearing heels, but find that taking public transportation and do a lot of city walking in rainy Seattle. I’ve always wondered if these stylish women really suffer for beauty, or have tips for us mere mortals on to make wearing stylish heels a reality?
in a visit to venice a couple of winters ago i likened the experience of walking the narrow streets and the ‘canyon’ formed by the buildings framing the sky above and/or canale and pavement below to a small-scaled version of the same manhattan phenomenon, in this case sky and pavement [especially in the financial district where i used to live]. but a long tangent…
i love the reflection of sky behind the girls left leg. i miss NYC.
even more than the outfit, i love the photograph – how the subject is between two buildings, the details of the cards and construction stuff on either side, the grittiness of the pavement, and the lines that direct the eye to the depth of hte photo… and the strong line that veers off to the right. well done!
Oh no. Took a second look at the picture. She has ruined her sweater by pulling out the sleeves and rolling them over the sleeves of her coat. ThatÂ´s the way with young people. They just donÂ´t care. Wear and throw away. ThatÂ´s how it seems to me.
Mi piace molto il suo modo di porsi davanti all’obiettivo! Mi ricorda Charlize Theron in Sweet November! In English: She’s really nice, and in my opinion she look like Charlize Theron in Sweet November
I have to say that is wired to see a llama sweater in NYC. That sweaters are made in South America,specially in Peru or Bolivia. at Argentina, my country, all the people use them. I have to say that are really worm! you shoud buy one of those for winter! I already have one! josefina