She gets an incredible amount of use out of that grey turtleneck- have I seen her without it? She looks great as usual- I love the pants and shoes. I can’t imagine these pants being flattering on anyone with a less perfect figure than hers, not with this cut and texture and bright color. Making them work this well is something of an achievement, but they look great on her.
who is she/what does she do? she is in so many photos! she looks very chic and i love the grey/yellow combination, however i cant help but feel that the pants look a little out of season…are they linen? Isnt it december? ….enough said.
I love how the pants without a belt create a continuous line- beware, this trick is only for skinny people!!! I love the plain texture of the sweater next to the rich texture of the slacks- which somehow work with the shoes, which are almost too much by themselves. The scarf can be tricky as the print is so loud, but she frames it well by matting it on the plain gray sweater. I guess bottom line for me is: she treads treacherous ground and breaks several rules (only ONE loud item, only ONE loud texture, EASY on the loud prints) but accomplishes a fabulous outfit! Jorge from W Palm Beach
this is gorgeous, especially the punch of yellow, but i wonder if it would look as good if she were just standing there as opposed to walking. sometimes, certain outfits look better in motion, and i think this is one of them.
obviously, she’s gorgeous and the items are beautifully compiled, the gray creating a warm field for the wisteria china glaze tones in the scarf and acting as a wonderfully nothing counterpoint to the color and texture of the pants and the party shoes. But the middle is unresolved and cries out for an old eighteen carat-y chain link belt or something in a swamp green crocodile. That would have been the fifth pirouette.
I feel like I should know who she is but I don’t. nonetheless she is the epitome of a Parisienne — and yes, it’s the same grey sweater and that just makes it all the better. French women don’t have loads of stuff, they have a few perfect pieces. Love it, and what a great message in these times of economic strife. We can look GREAT with a few great things rather than a truckload…..
Much more interesting this time, Giovanna. Love the colours and the throwaway chic.
Her hair bothers me though. It’s the severe centre part. The same as on the woman in the November 26 photos titled Continuing Style, Paris. Maybe both women need to think about getting a stylish, looser cut, which is an important part of the architecture.
I'm just not feeling this outfit. I think she's a pretty women & I love the yellow/grey combo but somehow the bottom doesn't seem to reflect the season of the top half. And, I find the guy taking a picture of you quite amusing:)
I couldn’t help but think of Jeff Wall’s “Picture for Women” with this image. A paradox of viewing. Is he taking a picture of us? Are we looking at a picture of him? What is she looking at?… That said, the outfit is wonderful.
Grey and yellow, great combination. But I would take a look at her coat, how it fits to the pants. Her hands in the pocket and the guy behind in the coat shows that December is December also in Paris. I do hope that she is not the kind of woman, who is rather freazing in order to look great on your pics.
since I am new to this blog and I acknowledge my ignorance to fashion, may I shy ask who is Giovanna? I have seen more picture of her on this blog and she look absolutely gorgeous with her yellow pants. I love her glasses.
The lovely Giovanna once again. A good picture and a good outfit is something that is somewhat imperfect. There is just enough space left for the viewer to fill it up in hers/his imagination. If there was a belt with those yellow pants,her outfit would be perfect,but without it,the picture is. Get it?