She looks Italian, which is a good thing. The taxi guy must prefer blonds. To bad he missed out. That guy in the back ground is like me, whenever I see a stylish sexy woman, my ears perk up. Ahhh N.Y., wish I were there, just to hang out.
For Anon 9:23 Without the sunglasses it would be just ordinary. The glasses are a tasteful expression of personality that makes the lifts this above the ordinary. I love the sort of look where 90% of the outfit is conservative and classic but one thing (necktie, suspenders, jacket lining, socks, etc.) is a little crazy.
Don’t like that poofy little pouch in the front of the dress and the shoes are way over the top, especially for work. Hate to be the voice of negativity, but I am going to be the odd one out and say I don’t like this look.
I love the Sartorialist blog. Candid photography has always been my favorite kind of imageryâ€¦capturing the fleeting moments in life in a way that preserves the spirit of the moment is really quite amazing. Well, the Sartorialist is all about capturing these moments as people â€˜live their fashionâ€™.
This photo caught my eye this morning. A seemingly unassuming moment with a story to tell.
it’s a nice dress, but what really makes the outfit is her attitude. the silver of the cuff and aviators add some interest but otherwise it’s nothing spectacular (to me). to me she looks indian, especially since she’s wearing the red string bracelet. i could be wrong though.
losangelesnontrad@11:38 AM: there’s nothing necessarily sexist about having your own particular taste in women. if you like them to look healthy you like them to look healthy. if others like them skinny they like them skinny.
I love how this woman slightly alterned her look by adding the aviators glasses and shiny silver bangle. I also love how the wind is blowing her gorgeously shiny hair across her smiling face. So feminine and chic. Anyone know who the shoes are by?
I love the dress, the cuff and the bracelet. The aviators –a bit out of scale. Hair –great, smile wonderful, earrings great. The shoes bother me. I think it’s both the toe and also the height that somehow seem not so thought out. Let’s put it this way: she’d better have a job where she sits a lot or in five years, she’ll be getting a bunionectomy.
The best looking woman I’ve seen on here–ever. Maybe one of the best looking women I’ve ever seen. It’s amazing how simple everything is and yet, how complicated, and much less attractive, most women’s fashion is these days. It’s almost like, “how unique and odd can I look?” Not, “how good can I look?” And this woman has got it down.
She looks great in that dress! I must say that dresses are my salvation when I have to go to work. More than one will turn to look at you. Feel the experience of wearing a dress on the street. It will make your day…
A quick note on the shoes. One thing that I notice where I live is that the young women around here always forget about the shoes. The thin, clean line of the stiletto is perfect choice. A lesser shoe would have killed the whole lot.
I simply love this photo! There is such life to it…beautiful capture! Your enviable eye for composition surpasses the fashion so much of the time. I love seeing the fashion, of course, but equally love seeing how you set up a shot. :-)