I love Erin O'Connors srtyle and I think this expemplies it. She always looks so classic and quintessentially british in style. Love the oxfords,fower necklace and that diamond cardigan. Not forgetting the ornage bag too! One of my favourite shots.
Wonderful! The bag completes that outfit, even if it crashes with it. Those shoes remind me of those Comme des Garcons from a few years back. I guess once you buy CDG you keep it for life? If not, you should! Jorge from WPB
very nice. the pronounced pleats on the trousers and the patent leather oxfords are classics. Just one little detail I don't think she should have considered and that's the clip-on round badge thingo. it cheapens the sharp and elegant look.
Absolute perfection. Immensely beautiful proportions, textures, colours. This is style and not fashion. And style, true style, will always trump fashion, because it is an expression of personality and as such, an act of generosity. I think so. Delicious and memorable.
I also love Erin and this perspective on femininity. When you mostly see long hair, stiletto heels, short skirts, etc., this look is so refreshing. You know, I have 2 pairs of Donna Karan shoes like this from years ago that I haven't worn in some time but that I've thinking about lately. I think I will now pull them out of the closet and start experimenting with a new look. Thank you for the wonderful image!
Another one of these lovely flower necklaces. I am making one of my own with some silk flowers, ribbon, and an old chain. I love the top half of this outfit *especially the diamond cardigan*, but not a big fan of the shoes/pants combo.
The stuff around her neck looks like something she found in her fireplace this morning. Maybe it would look better if the shirt were buttoned up? The pants and hair look sloppy, too,as mentioned before. Glad she's not pigeon-toed. The best part is her wistful expression. That makes it all right and her beautiful.
The pants hem looks like the bottom of a bubble skirt. I love it! As a sewer, I look in your photos for little touches I can incorporate into my wardrobe. Bubble-bottom pants are in my future. Very chic. Thank you.
I love it, too. The pants and shoes practically make me sigh with relief. As a 40-year-old woman, even though I have a good figure, I struggle with so many of the pants and heels combinations out there. (For example, why does the Barney's jeans bar carry no models of trouser-style jeans? It's nuts.) This looks so comfortable and stylish.
The bag is very high street, something that you might pick up cheaply in Top Shop. Great clash of colour popping there. You'd have to be pretty tall to carry this look off but it is perfectly Erin. I love her hair in this shot. It seems perfectly matched to her outfit. Very androgynous around her stunning angular face. The patent shoes are perfect.