She is beautiful and sexy without trying too hard. The dress is extremely flattering and nicely accentuates her shape while the shoes look hot while not looking as if she is about to lose a toe or end up with bunions. And I love that the scarf echoes her nail polish.
Well, that's interesting. Are those footless tights/leggings descending into the shoes? She is pretty and I like most of what she has on but I still hate light/white shoes, esp. after Labor Day!! I can't help it, seared by childhood memories of aunties in white oxfords! Style babies won't know what I'm talking about….
What a pretty way to wear grey in September! I agree with anonymous about the shoe color, and for the same reason–it just creates a dorky clunk factor to my eye. But the watch helps a bit by echoing the light accent.
Even though I am a man who doesn't wear dresses, I still find myself feeling envious of this woman. Such effortless sophistication. Love everything. But what really stands out with this lady is something coming from within.
Someone above commented on the fact she has white shoes after labour day. If the weather permits, WHY not?? I love these shoes and if women in London can wear black tights in the middle of summer than white shoes in September is good by me.
I love the back of the shoe. Anyone know the designer?
I love that timelessly classic grey dress! She looks so beautiful.. And such lovly heels too. I really wish I could come to one of you book signings in london, but live too far away! Congratulations anyway..
I'm so glad that the author has a skill for capturing real style. He captured the beauty and elegance of Shala Monroque and she is definitely a trendsetter. I also admire her personal style and wrote a Blog about her a few months ago along with a photo montage.