I like the colours on her, and also the pale mint green window frame behind her. It nicely compliments the fuchsia skirt and lilaish top. Her shoes make her younger and look comfortable! I would like to see her running!
She frames her great figure in a frilly fantastic casual look built for comfort with just enough fashion to keep her crisp through lunch. Great subject–I am not surprised by the fantastic perspective and lighting. Just like you, Sart.
A very serene look. I like the way the top and skirt layer perfectly. I thought at first it was a dress. I like the fact that the footwear gives it an edge and stops it from being too girlie. The shoes ground it somewhat. Studied yet relaxed style.
The reason for the sneakers: very often a woman just does not want to wear those hideously uncomfortable skyscraper shoes, especially on hard concrete. My sister, in particular, will decide that today is a sneaker day and then build an outfit to go with them. These sneakers have a low slim profile, toned down colors and are not that different from ballet flats.