Very nice cold weather look. I like the muted color palate. It seems perfect for the cold weather. The black hat, gloves and hose provide a nice frame for the gray coat and scarf. My wife sported a pair of those shoes the other night and they looked great on her as well.
I find the coat and the scarf lovely! Sadly, the choice of shoes, ah well, perhaps the 'clubs' are en route home later and she chose them for that, but clearly not this coat. Seperately marvelous, but mixed as well as oil and water I'm sorry to say. – robert
You have captured a delicacy here which is really quite touching. She looks forlorn, lost even (her clothes, which fit but look too big, exacerbate the effect); her left hand about to reach out and beg for help. Thus considered, the 'NYPD' to which she points is rather apt.
I adore the way she tied her coat closed. usually there is nothing more unflattering than a tied at the waist thick coat, it almost puts me in mind of wearing a bathrobe. However, she managed to make it look crisp instead of sloppy, and the nonchalant little loop of the tie pulls the whole thing in a more slimming direction. Simply marvelous!
I love that somehow this look is un-conventional. Even though the Acne Wedges have gotten overexposed, which in result makes it tiring to see repeatedly, this outfit doesn't bug me…if anything, I like it quite a lot!
ENFIN! Sorry, Sart. Finally a woman who has classic, yet up-to-date style. It's been too long! With the exception of Chapel St., Melbourne, this lady has by far the most natural style! Love EVERYTHING! :):)
I think the Atacomas -from Acne are way overhyped. They are not that beutiful. Will you regret liking them in a few years like some of us likes buffalo¬īs and regretted it? I don¬īt know, but in my opinion they are not anything woth the hype.
Am I the only person who feels like she doesn't need to see the Acne Atacomas again? I don't mind the shoes per se but they've been featured on pretty much every single fashion blog out there, am feeling a bit tired of them. Anyway, she looks great, very comfy yet stylish.
I'm still not convinced about these Acne wedges but this is the best outfit combination I've seen them with – I love clunky, clumpy boots but these with the wedge just don't do it for me. She looks lovely wrapped up.
What a wonderful, softly beautiful outfit. As well, it would be lovely if people stopped assuming that they are the first to comment. It's so odd (and annoying) seeing someone write "FIRST COMMENT!!!" 50 comments down the list. Just a suggestion.
Beautiful texture and light gray color on that coat! If I saw that on a hanger in a store I would probably not be motivated to buy it, but she shows how good it can look. I need platform boots like that.
"Anonymous said… as bundled up as everyone is around her and considering how deeply her face is buried in that scarf, those must be magic tights. perhaps she's got an electric heater under that coat. 7:47 PM"
lovely grays and she sure has dressed well for the cold weather but i do wonder how people wear such high shoes and walk around NYC especially in the slushy cold…i struggled during Autumn when we were over there visiting – i had to resort to buying ugly sneakers as my feet were suffering badly …(maybe the locals only catch cabs??) its a gorgeous photo though – i love how you captured it …I can feel everyone moving away slowly to reveal her ….
This is the kind of photo, like so many on here, that makes me want to know about the person. Who she is, where she's going this day. They say pictures speak louder than words, but they sure only are the tip of the ice berg. My magic wish would be that we could click on each photo and get a bio of the person. But I guess the fact the fact that we can't is part of what maes this site so addictive and mesmerizing.
What a brilliant study in monochromes — and it's not even a black and white photograph! I have a similar jacket in olive from Mariella Burani, and can highly recommend this walk-friendly length for winter. Surprisingly it does keep me warm and I don't need an electric heater or thermal knicks under it.
This looks like a picture by Philip-Lorca diCorcia. Fantastic lighting and aperture. The scene with the passing guy in black (unfortunately, he looks at the camera's direction). Stunning. Sart, I want prints of some of your photos.