I think it’s nice that people comment on these photos with such nice things to say about people they have never met, even if it is in regards to appearances for the majority of the time, it makes a nice change of pace from the horrible people who seem to overpopulate the internet. On a side note, this girl is beautiful.
Now that is perfect style. I like the simple outfits best. Great dress, pretty sandals, nice clean hair, and the pop of green on her wrist. PERFECT!!! No one else has commented on this but me, but has anyone noticed how nice people look with no(or very minimal) make up? I am liking make up less and less.
This could easily be Jackie O in Capri, or even Jane Birkin in Saint Trop (wasn’t she the one who always carried the basket yet ironically the most luxurious leather artisans in the world crafted a bag in her honor???)
This screams quintessentially New York to me. The woman who is well dressed yet casual, and who is walking on the road and not the sidewalk, the sheer amount of life around her and the light. It is a wonderful picture.
Howard St. is one of the shortest and least crowded in all Manhattan;so it’s strange to see it so full of people. Martin Scorcese’s AFTER HOURS took place at 28 Howard. The street was desolate, bohemian.
In the media we get a constant barrage of people who look they’re trying too hard…botox, implants, extensions, etc…it is so refreshing when you see someone who just looks effortlessly, naturally beautiful. She stands out in a crowd.