Everything except the shoes is perfect. They are just so bizarre here that maybe they even fit for it. Or.. though the fabric of pants and the shoes' material go oerfectky in harmony tigether.. In this case I think the jeans jacket is too much. But anyway, I like it. I like her.
Melissa shoes. One of my favorite companies right now. Their styles are so cute, so fun, and colorful. And on top of all that, the shoes are made of recyclable plastic. An eco-fashionista's dream! (Not endorsed by Melissa, haha… just a clothes horse with a sustainable heart)
She looks really great in a could look tacky all blue with a classic jean jacket . She inspired me not to give away mine. And the shoes! Are they jelly pumps? She showed us how to use them without looking cheap.
No doubt, she's slim and rich. But I find this fashion ugly. I don't like the 80s shoes or the 80s pants and I don't like the short jean jacket and I don't like the bulky black flight bag. But I realize there's nothing to be done; l have to wait ten years until it gets over.
Eighth Street! I must have just missed you — I was walking behind her on Broadway from 12th-14th and snapped a photo on my iPhone. The photograph is amazing but her pants were absolutely hideous in person.
She looks casually confident but I doubt she's comfortable for a day's walking in NYC! The pants look like they are pinned up, yet to be sewn – ouch! I'd love to take a closer look at whatever it is she's wearing around her neck?
She's a Brasiliera! She's Italian, no Argentinian, wait, no,must be a Latina! Is she French? The commenters are so funny, maybe she is actually Irish and Italian from Brooklyn? My wife is Brasilian,tall,blond and when working for Ford everyone in NY thought she was German, Swedish, Russian. Southern Brasil has been filled with Germans and Italians (as was Argentina) since the 1800s,and filled with beautiful woman, Blond and fair, brunette and dark, what does a Brasilian look like: Gisele? Ambrosio? Marisa Monte?French:Deneuve? C.Rotfeld? The world is, as America,and esp. NY, a melting pot. I think Sart. should label the photos from random cities just to illustrate this point! Would be fun. She is beautiful and her eyes say she has a soul to match. The lesson here, is whatever she is wearing, she has STYLE,panache,which is not a nationality, it's a skill and discipline. Anyone else agree that a lot of recent models are really not beauties at all,but use what they have to get the LOOK, and it works? The color match works and continues the study in blue. The pony tail hair is a chic,striking use anytime-style that accentuates her eyes and face shape, makes men weak in the knees and just want to hold the women's head in their hands. Whatever the details, the whole look is striking and joyful.
I'm in love with the draping of her pants. It creates a textured effect, making the overall monochromatic look much more interesting. The magenta sling-backs are a fantastic choice because they make the eye travel the entirety of her outfit.
It's funny, you're scrolling down the page and down the photo. Intrigued you see the girl's neat hair and wonderful face. Then you see the scarf, the denim jacket, making you weak… the stylish pants making you even weaker… And finally you just go YES! Those shoes are the climax. Love it.
She is of course completely gorgeous, but what I love most is the pop of colour of her pink Vivienne Westwood shoes. From the ankles up she is very pulled together and grown up, but then she has these fun, playful shoes. Brilliant!
A look that's stylish without sacrificing practicality. I don't generally like slingbacks, or ostensibly plastic footwear, yet I find these very appealing; the silhouette is much more refined than I'm used to seeing — perhaps the Brazilian design?
Love how she referenced the fuschia for the shoes from the fine print on the very beautiful scarf (subtle but visible if you squint). The understated palette shows a thoughtful, artistic color sensibility with the shoes as a whimsical exclamation point. There's a nice balance between playfulness and sophistication, and the proportions are just right. Pretty and inspiring.
I know it’s chic to mix colors and textures. But she isn’t pulling this off IMO. By making blue the dominant color she made the shoes stand out too much, and they don’t match the mood of the outfit, which is kinda hippy. The shoes are too Ladies Who Lunch for my taste, and sorry, but I detest the pants. This might have worked better with a skinny jean and a neutral shoe.