Interesting details. Navy and grey – it works here. i love the line of cor of her shoe sole and i’m intrigued by her jacket – has she just puled it round her shoulders or is it made like that? whatever, i like it and i love the way she’s kind of lost in thought. Nice picture, Sart.
The apple transforms this photo–from a portrait of a chic, untouchable woman to a snapshot of a very real, grounded person nibbling on a snack in the middle of a busy day… she looks great and I want to have a chat with her.
After seeing the magnified image, I love the colours here. I wonder at the objections about her shoes? I think they’re really pretty and strong without being obnoxious. Cork (I think it is) and patent leather…what an unusual combo!
What she’s eating is so cohesive with the outfit that it almost acts like an accessory. When you’re out shooting in New York again, you should find a stylish someone with a Sabrett hot dog in their hand. I know, I know.
That’s like me asking you to go to on a scavenger hunt which can be kind of fun and will take a little bit of time.
And if that person doesn’t show themselves over time, I’d be more than honored for you to snap my picture holding one of those famed hot dogs for your blog. You probably don’t get those requests a lot or maybe you do, but you know…just a thought. :)
We can all agree to disagree on the shoes, and I won’t take a position on them.
Funny — the first reaction to this photo was, “very usual”. By contract, my instant reaction was, the clothes would have looked great in 1955, 1965, 1975, 1985, 1995, and they look great now. There’s nothing wrong with classic, especially when it’s quality classic.
I love everything but the shoes…I want their arch to be more elongated and sole to taper out as it moves toward the toe. The heel and the front platform don’t look totally comfortable together..but the rest of the outfit is wonderful..going to get an apple
That bump on her back is disturbing. I guess if you were there you would understand what is making it. Aside from that, she does have a “nun” chic and I love the shoes. I wonder if the cork makes them comfortable, even on the blasted cobbles?