I love this style so much. Good quality pieces put together in a way thatâ€™s attractive but not overly studied and done looking. Kind of classic, with a twist. And itâ€™s refreshing to see someone not dressed to display every curve. Also, I want her boots. Does anyone know the brand?
Completely agree. I don’t get it either. I feel the point is if the look is enhanced by ripped jeans/chinos or if it detracts from the overall look – and here I think a great look is somewhat brought down by them. But that is purely a personal point of view and she looks very cool and happy so good on her!
Looking at this photo I sense a woman that is serious but fun, stylish yet easy going. She knows that she is beautiful, but wants the world to look past her looks. She cares about what goes into her wardrobe – the vintage Coach bag looks new. The rumpled chinos suggest she has been reading a great book from cover to cover…
Then I see the ripped out knees in the chinos and the scuffed toes of her boots. The backstory I was creating in my head begins to fall apart. I don’t care since, I have fallen in love…
I tend to look on the bright side of everything. This look inspired me to write after all the positive, this is terrific and beautiful comments. To me, there is nothing here, from the ground up, I don’t understand the choices she makes. Where is she going, what is she doing, who will she meet? And when she meets them, is she happy or pretending to be as the smile suggests.
You really think you look on the bright side of things? OK for you to not like the outfit. But NOT as ok for you to accuse the person of faking her good mood, and being so dismissive about all the positive comments the outfit has received. It takes a real Grinch to hate on a person’s smile!
She has a really cool style! At first I thought she was wearing shorts over her chinos and then I saw the bigger picture and was pleasantly surprised! I also like how she matches socks, top and glasses.
Amazing outfit!I love the volume here. Obviously, some people are just stuck on the idea that tight clothing is somehow more stylish, but that is increasingly outdated thinking. The coat is especially wonderful. i have been trying to find one exactly like that. The chinos are perfect too. Big volume on top and bottom works so well, but I especially like volume on the bottom. Wide pants are a must. Especially if fall from the natural waist.
I am so happy to see a photo of Lisa here. I am one of the lucky people who gets to work with her and I often find myself looking around to see what she has on. Her sense of style is a true inspiration.