Absolutely adorable! I don't know whether I love the colours or her elfin smile more (though I'm not entirely sure what to make of the cardigan worn on one shoulder only – is this a new trans-seasonal temperature control thing?)
love the lemon print, and that the skirt has two different patterns back and front, talk about print mixing. also i love all the jewel toned colours together, and her hair is adorable. i wish i could pull off a cut like that!! she's gorgeous.
Nice to see how she combines winter and summerdressing. It was probably still too cold to go without the black tights ;-)
Sometimes it can be hard when you live in a cold climate…. The models on the catwalks and in the magazines almost always show these clothes with bare legs. Then you have to be creative to be able to wear it when it's raining or ice cold….!
When I saw Stella's spring/summer show, I didnt really like the fruit and vegetable prints, it really not my style, it changed when I saw this girl, it look amazing!! <3 http://reserveradefashion.blogspot.com
This girl makes that Stella print work for me (I'm sure no one else could), and her python bag is such a great classic. I wish I knew the make, as a neutral version will be my bag splurge for the fall ;) Prada has some goodies, as does Reed Krakoff…
She's adorable but I don't really like the summery Stella skirt over pants/black tights. And the snakeskin bag just looks too busy as well. Save this skirt for a warm Spring day with bare legs and sandals!
The colors that are all over the runways and now translated off the runway are so fun to see. I love that people are taking risks and are moving outside of the box to mix colors, textures, shades, and patterns in their own unique way. She looks lovely!
I want to meet her so I can pinch her cheeks. she's always so cute and classy. and it's not so much that she's on top of whats happening on the runways, Eva seems to be beyond that, she's her own person. and it always works out in a beautiful way. I would love to get to know her.
I remember the weigh-in on this print from the runway shots last fall. Opinion was divided to put it mildly, but now that spring is here, it starts to make sense. She pulls it off magnificently with her fresh healthy glow and the dark green top and that pop of red to continue the spectrum of the print in both directions. I wouldn't have thought it possible, but that completely mad bag actually works. Brilliant.
Been meaning to stop by and say…my friend and I were discussing how much we love these Stella McCartney prints. The silhouettes though just didn't speak to me…I LOVE how feminine Eva made this. That's why I love stopping by here…inspiration for how to work whatever you love into your own personal style always, always abounds…