Why do people think that sandals worn with socks area good idea? Why do they wear sandals in winter and boots in the summer? It makes no sense to me. Maybe I'm old fashioned but I like sandals worn with a perfect pedicure and nothing more and when its cold I find boots are worm and comforting. Plus grey,green,brown and tobacco worn together is just confusing.
Terrific, fantastic and amazing. Her design is unique and she looks gorgeous to her outfit. I love fashion! Continue inspires many people. Thanks for sharing your pics to us. More power to your site! God bless
I have that LV Epi in black and somehow it just doesn't look as good as this one does in brown. Must be the ease in which she carries it, or maybe it's the overall style of this woman that makes the bag look so great. Instead of making it the feature of her outfit, it just is…
It's Garance isn't it ? Very nice outfit. I love her bag and her coat. The colors are great. It's in the Tuilleries garden if I'm not wrong. Beautifull sunny day and smile. What more do one need ? The brown paper bag is cool too in the color composition.
I love how all the women are belting their coats. I also love the warm cognac color of her bag with her heels. I love how she mixed it up with the green tights and the maroon colored socks. It works! xo
I looked at this three times today without commenting, but I keep coming back to it. The coat seems very big. Where the buttons are, it looks like it's double-breasted, but the other row of buttons isn't done. So she used the belt to wrap it shut tightly and to keep it closed. I think. Thus, my first analysis is that the coat is vintage/thrift/something funky like that. Clever. But that doesn't jibe with the bag, which must cost as much as the first car of the coat's original owner. So my theory is in doubt. What I like, other than the wonderful laughing eyes, are the touches of brown as you descend: belt, bag, socks/shoes. Were everything black, it would be so dull. Had she done the same with another color (red? blue? purple?) it would have looked garish. But that's why she's a stylist, isn't it.
This is Camille Bidault-Waddington, the ex-wife of musician Jarvis Cocker (Band Pulp). She lives in Paris and have always a great "ca m'est egal" style. The speedy bag is a special order by LV, which they sometimes have in storage.
i look at this blog everyday, in the hope that it will give me some inspiration to dress for the day. and THIS is how i aspire to look… stylish, quirky, approachable, fun, but still to be taken seriously… malheuresement, the life of a medical student doesnt allow much time for shopping.
one of my favourite pics of the past while. delish. thank you.
As someone who hates winter clothing and loves sandals this makes me smile. I wish I was daring enough to wear my sandals with socks. I love it. And boy to I hate it when EVERYONE knows what bag you are carrying so I woudl ditch that as wonderful as it is.
Rolled down brown socks, brown belt in the same tone, light brown t-straps, mineral blue tights, pebbly grayish blue coat — colors both understated and bold. Endearing gesture, soft hair against the crisp blue sky, rather masculine 1940's style shoulders and lapels: soft and angular at the same time. Love her funky/classic style, and your photo composition!
Hi Scott, love your picture! Camille B-W naturally shines, never vulgar even in provocative pictures, there's something incredibly special about her! BTW, i posted a picture of her backstage at Sonia Rykiel on http://www.sylviaetc.blogspot.com AND there is also a picture of you and Garance !! All the best,
It's Camille Biddault Waddington, not Garance. I remember spotting her in Paris a couple of years ago and admiring her orange speedy bag…Just goes to show how long they last! I like that I can really feel the bright crisp day in this picture.
This coat is awesome. Cant wait to find something like it for next year. Ive been wearing the same lilac Marc by Marc Jacobs coat for 5+ years now. Very girly – very Echo Park. Very sick of it. I am ready for some of the new, more adult looks I am seeing, including the wide leg pants that look like Lauren Hutton wouldve worn in the '70's (Chloe?). I wonder how long it will be before any of these looks trickle down to my demographic? Wish I could sew!