The pink coral cardigan is beautiful, Its so wearable and yet so unique. The fabric must hang so well from the shoulders because of its weight. I’m sure we’ll have talk of the boots here, great contrast of textures overall.
I really like the color scheme of this outfit, and from a distance thinks it looks great. The shoes are really nice and help to make the outfit a little more casual.
Upon closer inspection though, I am not a huge fan of the dress or the jacket. I get the impression that this was probably a pricey outfit, but the styling of the dress to me just screams “cheap.” I think it is the combination of the center ruching, the short length, and the lace being lined with nude; if any one of these details were changed I think I would appreciate the overall look a lot more.
when you see this in a small square from afar it looks like a nothing outfit. when you click and see it larger and up close, it looks interesting and completely different. from conservative to presenting a slight edge.
I love the idea of the outfit and it’s gorgeous composition of the photo, but the dress doesn’t quit fit right. It pulls a lot on the torso and isn’t that flattering. If it was a couple of inches longer and flatter on the torso it would make her look amazing and the outfit would be pitch perfect.
This is beautiful. I don’t like this exact pair of shoes, but any similar pair of heavy/chunky/covered boots or footwear would make it perfect. I think it is the shoes that make the overall look so nice, otherwise it would be really plain and boring. Don’t know what bag I would put with it.
I love the whole look, form the delicate light makeup/jewelry/hair to the skin-colored lace, and I like how the shoes and sweater keep it casual and interesting. It’s a way of taking a very sexy dress and making it appropriate and daytime. Also, I want the dress!
My favorite part of this ensemble has to be her hoop earrings, actually. The lightness of the ensemble is offset by the rather square silhouette–I feel like the earrings echo the delicacy of the lace and the drape of the sweater and return it to the ensemble.