As a picture it’s a jaw dropper. Splendiferous. Her look is totally happening too. I get an updated Annie Hall vibe (the buttoned up blouse, the layers), mixed with a fifties pin-up do and a Mary Tyler Moore smile (and newspaper). Yet the sum is very now and very crisp and very alive and very lovely. Makes my day. Thanks.
I love this outfit, I need to have it! It makes me so happy! Maybe it’s just her smile. But I love the frothy skirts and the stripes on her tights and sweater, the button! And the newspaper tucked under her arm and the little folded sleeves! I feel like this is what I’m trying for every day and fail! Supurb!
Now THIS is a truly stylish and creative take on “comme des garcons” (as compared, say, to that little Parisian blonde in the schoolboy outfit of a week or two ago). Love the tights. I wonder if maybe French women are a little too invested in the idea of being pretty and feminine to really work this idea? (not trying to start a nationalistic debate here–just wondering. Really.)
Adorable! Love the nautical colors, and the way the soft fabric of the skirt softens the look. Also pleasing is how well the horizontal (sweater and bangs) and vertical (skirt and tights) lines work together. The newspaper inconspicuously tucked under her arm gives the ensemble an old-fashioned feel. Very nice catch, Sart!
Love this! The layering, the stripes, that cool jacket, even the newspaper tucked under her arm! Not many people could work such a severe haircut but it really enhances her beautifully symmetrical face, great eyebrows and lovely smile. A bold and inspired feature.
A fresh, happy nautical look! There should be a country-wide campaign with people like this on billboards to give all us Americans hope in these tough times. All is not lost, some of us still have it and you can too–happiness is around the corner! Great shot, Sart! You are a genius!!
She looks so happy that it makes me smile! I love her outfit, I especially like the black tights with lines and her layered cream skirt, I want to try it on myself. I haven’t worn a skirt like that for years! Elizabeth.
I have to say usually I don’t find the women’s wear looks on your blog very inspiring – always tasteful, yes, but often a bit ho-hum. BUT the last two women you have posted, including this one, have been fantastic and so vibrant! If this is a new turn for you, keep it up!
I LOVE THIS!! She looks so great in the off-white pieces coupled with the navy – so fresh. Normally I wouldn’t love this kind of haircut but I think it gives the otherwise classic clothing the edge that makes it all come alive. I somehow think if she’d had boring hair, this whole look wouldn’t have the same impact. Bravo Scott, very well done!
Amazing how anything can look fabtastic when you’re young and stick thin! I’m not excited about this outfit, but You, Mr photographer, are pure talent.You make all of your subjects look like models.All praise to your excellent eye.
seriously one of the best and most creative outfits you’ve had on this blog. She uses very traditional colours and patterns and mixes them in a very unique way. the subdued colours works so well with the various weights of the materials and her hair is the perfect foil. who is this women? she looks so smart and interesting.
Tremendous! The grey ribs on the sweather, the dark grey ribbed hose… just fabulous. And the girl… well… she has the bangs and proportions of a young Audrey Hepburn with an interesting androgynous quality that belies one of the most “feminine” outfits on the blog recently. Really, really special.
This girl is all of these comments and more! Just radiates beauty, inside and out.
I think a lot of the fun of this blog is looking at the amazing photography and than painting a story. So I don't want to be a spoiler, but I am so proud to have this girl in my life. So to add a little background to the story, the comment about New York, Minnesota, Hong Kong, and London had 3 out of the 4 right…
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