The perfect harmony in colours shows class. The back ends of the belt show originality. Althought you cannot see the shoes, good choice the very high heels, elongate the body. Pitty about the cigarette – smoking is not trendy anymore, huh?
omg at first it looked a bit awkward cause I am in Turkey and it's night right now in here :) But the truth is the blouse is really beautiful and also such a beautiful picture that the contrast of the taxi's colour and the lady's clothes makes the photo more beautiful:)
Thanks to your photographer's eye and composition, you could shoot anyone on the street and everyone writes, "I love it!" and "Beautiful!" Are they talking about the picture or the subject?
All I see here is stooped posture and a sad nicotine habit. (In Europe and Asia and in other eras, a cigarette can add a stylish touch, but in modern North America, especially in glaring sunlight, it seems even sadder.)
Her flowing outfit could work on a body with the right posture, carriage, and attitude. This woman needs clothing with more structure and crispness.
Wonderful outfit, very nice and trendy. The look is complete. I am not a smoker, but in this picture the cigarette gives the woman a great touch. The smoking scene is very chic! I like tolerance about smoking and I have to admit the a lot of smoking people on this blog are very fashioned and chic!
Dear Sart– Please do not be put off taking shots of subjects smoking/holding cigarettes. As a former smoker I find it disgusting, but it's not your job to sanitize the scene. If that's what you capture, you have simply chronicled reality. –JW
So beautiful, understated elegance. Very 1930's… reminds me of those daring 30's women just waiting for someone to say something about the shame of young women today.. if only they knew what lay ahead!
I agree with everyone who says that the anti-smoking comments are tedious and redundant. It's just a cigarette, for God's sake.
Amazing how people who do things like drive gas-guzzling SUVs or eat themselves into a stupor on processed foods have the gall to comment on the health risks or pollution surrounding second-hand smoke. Seriously?
Anyway, back to the outfit – I love this look. Reminds me of Katharine Hepburn.
Enough of the cigarette lectures people, it makes you sound like this woman's mother. There's nothing worse than hypocrites who yell at everyone else for smoking and then refuse to look at their own slovenly, bad habits.
Gorgeous picture-this woman cuts a striking figure propped up against the taxi. The muted colors add to the elongation of her body. The smoke is suspended in mid-air, adding an ethereal element.
Oh, just love the look. Remember it from early eighties. I wish she wasn't smoking, but as a reformed smoker (still sucking nicorettes but 2 years smoke free), good for her and good for you on a great pic. The smoking 'haters' should live and let live.
Absolutely beautiful. Love the blouse and the high wasted pants. Got two of those kind of pants too, but it's making my butt look kind of huge, so I'm only wearing them with a boyfriend blazer to hide my butt a bit, haha. But she, she can have it all. Looks perfect and natural on her.
Those are the pants I want. The color and the silhouette. I was hoping something like this would be rolling out to the general public this season but Im thinking maybe next year I will be finding all kinds of camel colored things and Katherine Hepburn inspired pants.