love the 3rd look. The pants are inspired from Stella McCartneys last collection based on the elaborate leafy pattern that wended its several-shaded way across shoulders and down legs on tailored jackets, short skirts, mini-ruffed mini-dresses and baggy tailored trousers in purple, black and blue.
WOW omg the first shot is absolutely stunning!
The mystique of her hat pulled over her eyes, the flowing breeze through her chiffon skirt and the way she is bravely stepping out against the wind.
Its all so so beautiful. Great shot!
I don’t know if navy blue is the new black, since it isn’t as edgy as black. But I like these looks, especially the silhouette of the third photo with the blue pants. I like the big exposed zip as well. Something cartoonish and yet compelling about that.
Its amazing that through out the discourse of the female body being subject to many types of gazes, most of which are subjective to the woman as an sexual object, patronized and devoured; I must say, as wrong as the history of the patronizing image and gaze has been, women are beautiful and enchanting. They deserve equality and respect! I love the beauty of these real people.
JILL – I know it is no accident but I love how in the jupimng shot none of the shadows got clipped! The golden beach shot has such feeling to it and your youngest son’s is gorgeous even without his handsome face!
Pink is everywhere these days. I’m not a huge fan of the color, but I’m a huge fan of that first photo anyway. Great movement, and I love the contrast of the pink skirt against the green chairs in the background. And those shoes are to die for.
I don’t know how these women do it. My feet kill me in heals like that after a couple hours and I walked everywhere when I lived in Paris. I want that hat in the 1st picture! Also, I love the pink! We need more pink!
These looks are fantastic! My favorite is, by far, the first one– I love the natural moving pose, see-through feminine skirt and masculine sweater… Her felt hat adds a delicious mystery to the shot!