The outfit on the right is very sleek, looks good with her thin figure. Love the tights and the heels. The woman on the right, her outfit is somewhat awkward with the short pants (I know it’s a style, but it doesn’t fit her body), and then the shoes don’t exactly fit with the bottoms. The shape of the bottoms actually creates a weird shape on her body, unflattering in my opinion. I like her scarf, though.
gimme gimme! me too, me too! Where can I get the shoes on the left??? PS. Sart – my first post – been a daily viewer ever since you shot one of my friends last Nov. I work in a fashionless suburb and LOVE this daily fashion fix!
The bow shoes on the left are kickin’! I love the butch-femme contrasts between these two women. I’m not sure if it was intentional, but tho they are wearing essentially the same thing, it shows two entirely different ways of putting together something.
just wondering – what is with that scarf? everyone in europe seems to have that exact same scarf, black and white and starts off like a checkerboard and changes into houndstooth. how and why did it become so popular? is it a knockoff of something that was on the runway?
I am not a fan of these all black looks and have submitted a lot of comments about them–some of which get posted and some do not. Most of them seem to be recent shots from Paris, so it’s clearly a “thing” there right now.
But I was interested to see in last week’s NYT’s street fashion photos by Bill Cunningham all the beautiful color seen in Paris right now. He had many lovely examples. So it would be nice to see more variety here.
I have loved the photos from China. A breath of fresh air!
the one on the right is danish shoe designer cecilie toklum, she has her own shoe brand – toklum – so the shoes must be from her own. the one on the left is as mentioned danish jewelry designer jo riis hansen – she makes very very pretty stuff. great style – top points for both girls… : )
Great shoes on the left, softens a ‘hard’ black outfit. but why the keffiyah? To wear one of these in Europe is to be one of two things: a supporter of the PLO or a behind the curve hipster. Personally I don’t think an item of clothing with such powerful symbolism behind it should be donned casually. But perhaps this young lady is a political activist who is trying to convey her stance on the protracted problems in the Middle East? ;)