I adore the modern insertions of accessories in this look ; the shoes produce a strong contrast with the (probably) vintage dress, which is both clashy, yet intirely personal and retrospective to the current “trends”…Really good photograph, as well.
What a sweet face she has! I love that Parisian girls have such put-together outfits and yet relaxed hairstyles and a simple swipe of lipstick. I always feel that they’re never too made up, just like this lovely young woman.
the shot is lovely, as is usual for this site, and the main subject is also lovely. my attention is captured by the woman on the right, with the low chignon, the gorgeous (and practical) bag and shoes, and the blue/green colour combination. set off by her red lips and her animated face, this look makes me want to speak with her.
beautiful dress and girl! the lady in blue to the right looks a bit “fridaesque” … one thing, and i know i am the minority here, but those heels look awful, awful, awful to walk in… i just don’t get it at all !
La foto Ă¨ veramente bella, le immagini altrettanto, un contrasto tra l’esplosione floreale della figura femminile a sinistra, peraltro esaltata dal tacco altissimo, con l’austera eleganza e vivace compostezza cromatica della figura femminile di destra.
I love your travelling and your taste. I travel a lot too and I lived in France, Italy and UK…I think this helps to refine your fashion taste and appreciate diversities even more. Amazing shoes! Great job!
I think the woman on the right should have been the main focus of this photo. The woman in the floral dress looks pretty. But, the woman in the blue and green, to me, seems much more unique and interesting.
Both these women look lovely, but it is somehow right that the girl is central. There really is something about her. I absolutely love the dress, and the shoes with the ankle socks. Shoes with platforms like hers are so much more comfortable for walking too! They make a lot more sense then shoes that are high heeled but have no platforms. So her outfit looks beautiful and comfortable!!!
Loving the tension between the dress and the shoes/socks. Particularly loving that she’s wearing big ol’ boots… so many women are twitchy about making their feet seem weensy; it’s great to see a woman happily wearing shoes that don’t look like apologies for having feet big enough to support a body.
The woman in green & blue looks lovely, too!
There is something mysterious about how her hair is blown by the wind and everything is obscure around her, at least on that side. And then comes the other woman.. Would have been perfect without her. Taking too much of my attention.
There is something very special about this photo. I see three people standing there like they are waiting for something and all watching in a different direction. I really like the dynamic of this picture and if I should put a title on it I would name it “Waiting”.
A beautiful photo of three stlylish people. The colours of the woman wearing the floral patterned dress, the woman wearing blue with a green wrap and the man in his crisp grey suit with mauve tie. A feast for the eyes!
Absolutely agree, the older woman to the right is just lovely. Of course the girl in the floral is adorable, but the shoes just look like she just had to wear them. I prefer the sandals of the woman with the shawl and she is beautiful. Paris has to be my second home. It just has to be. Thank you guys for the photo.
If indeed the 2 ladies on the right and the middle are mother and child, Sart would have captured a snapshot of plausible inter-generational tension here.
Both are stylish; the mum (I shall assume that they are related) is conservatively chic while the daughter is slightly less so and is captured in the same frame wearing a chaste floral dress (that covers the top-half of her body most adequately) and yet flaunting her gams. Within a metre of mum, a vision swathed in chic.
She is an Arabian Princess. An Arabian Janet Jackson. Standing tall in a “Rhythm Nation” stance. Bravo.
I’m more interested in the woman on the right!
The sari wrap, the Kahlo knot in her hair, the posture of Madame X – and the colors!
The girl in the middle looks like she just stepped out of the mall… If she wasn’t pretty her outfit would not be on this blog.