Almost wants to make me pack up my suits and move from San Francisco to NYC. This lovely young woman and yesterdayâ€™s equally lovely lady (with the marvelous hair) could teach their west cost sisters something about style. Wonderful, elegant, very sexy!
Lovely top. Love the colour. But is this it? Where’s the rest of her outfit? It seems a tad short…She must be extremely fit and has gorgeous legs. Great site by the way. (Makes me want to move to NY) Cheers!
I’m all for a bubble hem, but I believe this is a tunic top, not a dress… Unless, of course, she is wearing tan leggings (or is that fake bake? *shudder*) Yes, I’m going to suggest it: a pair of leggings (at least) or jeans, please.
She is simply ravishing. Stunning. Impeccably turned out. The sunlit hair, the gams (wow), the dress. She makes the color brown look like Spring.
If I’m not mistaken, the dress is by “Mason by Michelle Mason” (why not just call the company “Mason”? Jeesh?). I searched high and low for that dress for my wife, but couldn’t find it in her size. The one that caught my eye was the perfect shade of pea soup green.
For everyone posting critical comments I say “LIVE A LITTLE!” For how many years in one’s life would this dress be suitable? (which word is, to me, one of, if not the, most important words in fashion and design. If you’re too young for this dress, then you look slutty. If you’re too old for this dress, then you look ridiculous. There are a precious few years in one’s life where a dress like this is suitable. The dress is in no way vulgar or unsuitable. She’s certainly got the body (and how). It’s springtime in New York people! Winters are looooong. Not quite so bad as Montreal, but plenty long enough. Whether or not the dress is a top or, as I think, a dress matters not. I say she’s “spot on!” Brava!
I agree with anastasiac. I want to know what kind of shoe she went with for this look. Flat? Sandal? Wedge? Boot? The shoe would really determine the mood of the whole outfit…flirty, earthy, funky, etc.
I’m sorry, I know she is beautiful and sexy but that dress is too short for sreet wear. There is no margin for error – what if she has to reach for something or walk up some stairs in a crowded subway station?
It’s great as a cover up for a swimsuit on the beach but it’s not right for the city.
I think she looks fantastic. Her confidence – which is the biggest style element for anybody IMO – outshines the length of her dress. So it’s short, I wouldn’t get away with it, but if I had her confidence – and legs – I most certainly would be milking this dress for all it’s worth!
Also very keen to hear which shoes she wore with this, as yes, it could make or break. I’m thinking a small heel, but leather sandals would be brilliant.
i agree with the ppl saying live a little about the short hem…she looks good so if ppl r saying mean things then it might just means tht they cant pull off this short dress…they must be fatties from a small town….judging the hotties in the big city…i like it for their info……