Now that type of mixing takes mad skills….love the balance of wooley and floaty. Reminds me of some of the looks in the last Dries Van Noten show ( which I loved) but was dismissed by La Horyn. Still getting over that one! Thanks for the inspiration on these raw spring days.
Oh how cute she is. Now this is a nice mix match of clothes,carefully chosen,but it really looks like she just picked up something and then something and ended up to perform a really effortless look. Naturally you have to have a slim figure to end up with something like this.Actually IÂ´m quite thrilled.
Love the bag and how it is gently worn. Expensive or not, leather gets that patina with use; it is why people should think long and hard before buying a leather item. Whether it is a belt, a jacket, a bag or a briefcase, a leather item should last for quite a few years. Classic lines work best, as in this case! The shoes here are a bit trendier but then shoes do get worn out, especially in walkable european cities. Love the picture. Jorge from West Palm Beach.
I love it! she’s got great layering skills. i am now pregnant and that kind of style is what i am going for. not that i am hiding it, but no one can really tell what is going on under there, they are so fascinated by the layers and textures. and it’s functional in the cold morning warm afternoon chicago spring!
Fantastic! Love the combination of the delicate dress and the more comforting layers. And a fabulous use of a more, I suppose, autumnal palate. Great shoes, too, and a lovely smile. Couldn’t really ask for more.
Wow. I seem to be the only one who hates this look. She looks super frumpy. She’s also a weird mixture that I can seem to figure out because it’s between overdone and NOT trying hard enough???? Her hair is really awful for her face, the dress is not flattering and that small sweater on top of it looks very cultish. To pull of the short/big sleeve jacket, one must have a very thinning outfit on underneath it and this ain’t it! Normally love dark tights with white heels, but not with the rest of this. This is also one of the least inspired locations I have seen on this site. Normally LOVE everything you find Sart, but this one I just don’t see the charm at all.
Something about the proportions of this seem a bit off. Like the cropped jacket and the chunky scarf, but the given that both fit her so loosely, I feel like it calls for something more fitted on the bottom to balance the look.
It would have been better for her to balance the jacket/scarf with a very fitted pant or mini and tights. Or alternately, the dress with a very narrow, closely fitted jacket or cardigan.
wow lusting after that beautiful bag.. what a great colour! goes perfectly with her lovely dress, but i think some daintier(?) shoes would have lifted the outfit a bit more.. her shoes look a little clunky.. and i agree with someone else’s comment that she reminds me of a young Miucci Prada! wow.
My medical student friend just told me this: “…reviewing the muscles in the leg, and one of them is called sartorius from the latin word for “tailor”, because of the way the tailors sat cross-legged. (it is the muscle you would see if you looked down on your legs when sitting cross-legged)”
I don’t know, but I’m an old fashioned girl and can’t deal with the dark tights and shoes another color yes but the dark – nope. Of course I come from LA where there is no fashion and now by some strange set of circumstances I live on a rural farm. My spring ensemble consists of navy coveralls in a natural fiber – splattered in hay and set off by well-worn leather boots with just a hint of cow pie. But I like to look and have lots of opinions. A girl can dream.
I like this look as a whole, but I think the shoes make her feet look huge! I’ve noticed this several times with the platformed pumps (I’m sure this is not the technical term, please forgive) and it keeps causing me to gawk.
Since I have big feet anyway (U.S. 9.5 or 10), I could NEVER pull of such a look without looking like a clown.
She, however, looks adorable and unique, despite her magnified feet.
At first I thought this outfit is lovely, I like the black tights with the light colored dress and pumps. Then someone said she looks like her grandmother, and she is right! This is grandma dressing! I know it is a really popular style especially among the very young ladies, but at 29 I would rather be a foxy lady than a premature golden girl! Anyway, thank you for the educative shot and sharp comments.
i don’t think she overthought this look. it seems like she wanted to wear a dress, but it was still really cold, so she added a sweater, but it was STILL too cold, so she added a jacket, then decided her neck was cold, so threw on a scarf…and it works!