I don’t like the combination of the collar with the scarf. Too many big volumes separating the head from the body. The dress seems a bit bland from afar, she could wear a belt to fluff it up a little. Sorry for being critical, to me this outfit doesn’t quite work.
Cute – very cute! Not quite sure what the dress is doing, especially with that coat, but you have to allow people these things – and I like the mixed-up-ness of it all, which works because of the tidiness of the two colours. The natural-coloured soles of the shoes are a brilliant stroke. Altogether cute as a button.
Would like to see a little more of the dress. The matching of the dress and the tights is nice. I like the jewelery but otherwise, it’s just okay for me. Bless her heart if she can wear that outfit when it’s raining or wet.I am not so brave. I’d worry about slipping or ruining my coat, since it looks like suede.
Magnifico! The alliage between shades of grey and brown/beige is the best way to escape to the dullness of mono-black so much overrated in NYC. The clothes themselves are not spectacular (what’s the odd hemline of her dress?) but accessoires are great—an this mix of colors is one of the very few, if not the only one, that truly permits the mix of gold and silver… the bag!—too bad we can’t see much of it. Great shoes too, it boosts her whole silhouette.
the blue and light browns make a great pair! i agree about the configuration of the scarf. i must reposition mine about 99 time a day! and do your thing with the bag ! please dont match them, they stand on their own.. you dont dress your child to match your outfit do you? i know my gfriend considers her bags and shoes her children! my only problem is the tights with and open toe. a couple great alternatives would be… peep toe/ fishnet, open toe / stirrup open toe / legging even just cutting the tights…which would match the hem of the sweater dress! oh and nice ring, works well!
Match of geometric accessories is great and the mix of silver and gold is in to the look. And that mirror effect, that gives wet pavement, makes her legs look even longer (if not just above the ground?..)
this is gorgeous. if i saw her on the street, i too, would have to stop and talk to her and congradulate her on her wonderful paycheck (obviously the source of her beautiful wardrobe) and her amazing eye that enables her to make the best of said paycheck. but i wouldn’t mention the paycheck because that would be rude. i would certainly think it, though, and as this is the internet, albiet your little space of internet, i shall say what i think. only in this instance though, only in this instance. providing you agree with what i think, and allow this comment to be posted. in any rate you will have read it to be the judge of whether or not it goes up and i shall have to take this oppertunity to congradulate you on being in the right spot at the right time to capture this gorgeous woman and her gorgeous legs and that dress, coat, stockings and shoe combo. wham bam thank you maam. (or stam, the agyness deyn tshirt way)
I LOVE this photo, and I also adore her outfit (except I might choose a different bag and scarf, but in the same colours). It’s summer here in Australia, and this pic makes me looong for autumn – my favourite season. Unlike the people who said rain puts them off dressing up, or who find this outfit ‘brave’, I’m most inspired by gloomy weather! (All those lovely layers and possibilities of combinations.)
She’s adorable, but I do want to get her different shoes. I can just imagine her clink-clanking around those wet streets getting her toes wet. Yuck. The bag is… ugh. But gosh, she’s Adorable! And the color scheme is lovely and I don’t totally mind the scarf and collar together… love the necklaces and tights.
Its Louise Roe – and i think she looks fantastic. I love the scarf with the necklaces, the colour combination. The perfect mix of the tights with the dress and i like the shoes too – i am sure they were a bit soggy at the end of the day but to look that good i wouldnt care!