I like the skirt portion of this dress more than bodice for some reason. I'd also like to see some movement..the lightweight fabric and flutter hem begs for it. But this seems like an appropriate outfit for Atlanta, where it's so very hot
I love how she is not wearing any makeup. It matches the sheerness of the dress. We can enjoy her beautiful skin, the strength of her character and facial features. A very natural, architectural and pure look.
I love it. The contrast of her strong build and the soft dress, the fleshy tones of pink and brown combined with the black underthings, trim of the dress, her hair, the headphone cord. And the way that cord curls down to the bottom of the dress, like it's naturally part of the outfit. And I love the mimicked lines in her shoes and the seams in her dress, and then again in the background with the wall and the wood slats.
I would love that dress in my own closet, but she rocks it better than I ever would!
Scott, you seem to be a big fan of androgyny and it shows through the contrast in this photo: she's wearing such a feminine outfit with her brassiere showing through and yet her hair cut, toned arms, and facial expression is so boyish and she has such a strong presence. I love it!
It's such a striking image-she looks like a dancer-in fact, she is a designer. I just looked at her blog, her creations are amazingly romantic! (she designed that sheer dress as well). Thanks for letting us discover her!
Stunning picture!!! What a combination, she is so strong and looks so tough and wears this beautiful see through dress on a very peculiar background, love, love love it!!! I checked her blog,she is very talented! Thank u Scott:)
This photograph hits me hard; it is invoking a lot of sentiments inside me that I cannot clearly verbalize. Her toned arms mirror her strength and her white nails radiate her purity. Her stance is rigid and solid, juxtaposed (or enhanced) by the flowy dress. The transluscence of the fabric shows that she open; to induce emotions as well as absorb any outside forces that come her way.
If only the dress were a wee bit shorter on her. It compresses her, creating density that I am not sure I agree with. Otherwise this is original. I especially like that the armholes are not piped, appearing to just be cut and not finished at all.
That incredibly lovely and feminine (best shade of) pink sheer dress with its perfect black piping, following the same lines in the black gladiator sandals, black sharply romantic lingerie, chalk white nail polish… and then the hairstyle, the headphones, the tough built of her figure, the look in her eyes, the background and the lighting…
I am simply in love with this shot. Interesting, and beautiful, flawless!