There's something happening lately in your blog, I don't know, there's something more spicy, more exciting than before. I love all of thoses pictures you posted today and lately. There's something about the color maybe. I love to see all those well worn colors on the people you present. And I love the styles on the 6 last photos. Great cycle.
The second, definitely more elegant than the first however hipsters and young suburbanites, the same crowd that partly ruined Burberrys by adopting their lines, have forever ruined whatever appreciation I once had for hooded garments. The hood is a classic example of how the wrong crowd can ruin a classic.
I feel like Native American prints and fabrics are starting appear more. Yesterdays Rodarte show featured washed out and western prints, also there was a Marc by Marc jacket that had the horizontal color stripes that we so often see in Native American textiles.
I love it. The first photo is wonderful. Her expression is priceless and I love the skirt with the green tights. Its so chic and kind of has that Mexican flare to it. The second look is also gorgeous. The coat is beautiful, and I love the colors and design on it. She is a very fashionable woman for sure.
You had a small hick-up with that ridiculous guy in the buffalo check Filson Jacket but now, you're officially back on track. Amazing mix of pattern, color, and textures. I love the creative layering winter look. Also, I'm sort of obsessed with Emerald Green.
while i tend to always love your photo-taking skills, these are some of my absolute favorite "ever day winter shifting into spring" outfits. especially the first one. i wore teal tights today, and i know its a little weird…but seeing her green ones give me more confidence!
i like it how she divides the photo so on one side there is specks of colour and its dull on the other side of the photo where she's headed. It looks like she is lighting up the streets of new york with style every step she takes!
The girl in the first picture looks like Taylor Momsen (Jenny Humpfrey in Gossip Girl). I adore her outfit. Very playful but mysterious. I like her walk and smile too. You captured her at the perfect moment.
Love, love, love that hooded poncho, and everything else about her look. The tights, boots, bag, newspaper… Thank you for the great pics. I enjoy your site, even though I am in abject need of living out my internal style. :-)
Whilst I love the skirt in the first image, the second image is so captivating. I can't help but gradually stare down from her hood on her head towards the focus of the beautiful black satchel. It creates a colourful contrast to the strong black edge in her accessories.
Once again, I feel like we are going back in time a bit but with the feeling of today mixed right in. I love how certain designs, even though they could be considered over the edge or pushed into a time niche, can become timeless. I feel Ralph Lauren has a lot to do with the Americana feel of both of these outfits. Especially the blond. Color is wonderful in the dead of winter, absolutely essential as far as I'm concerned. We all need a little bit of something to brighten our spirits when the weather is bad. Shine on!
I absolutely L O V E how the woman from the second picture is dressed!!!!! wow! her coat is fabulous and combined with those black leggings and boots the look is to die for! wow,I wish I would dare to dress like that!!! andrea
the first coat is prada with what looks like a chanel "paris-moscou" pin on the pocket over a phillip lim vest and a blue chambray alexander wang collared shirt (you can tell because the sleeves are grey). not sure about the skirt but the bag looks like lanvin. also that necklace looks like the arrowhead by pamela love.
In pic #1, the coat is really interesting. It looks like it is cut to look like a man’s coat that’s been pulled over one’s head — but the shoulder isn’t out of place. So I take it this is some kind of trick hood that looks like a collar… ? ? ? Weird. Or my imagination is working overtime. I love the ethnic fabric in the other photo.