What a gorgeous woman, and a great outfit, and the hat is deadly! Love it!
I wore a similar hat like that once, it’s my dad’s and a man asked me if I was a gypsy!? How did hats go from being a part of our daily dress, to some sort of social abnormality? Here’s my “gypsy hat”: http://natashafatah.blogspot.com/2012/01/are-you-gypsy.html
Did you catch the Burberry live streaming show? ABSOLUTELY BRILLIANT!!! Christopher Bailey rocks and I wish I could wear his WHOLE collection…including living in a glass house where I can turn on and off the natural sound of rain showers…alas only in my dreams…
It’s a little heavy on top, with the big hat, the big wide coat and the big purse. Combined with a sheer skirt, it looks a little out of proportion. I do like the combination of styles here, though, the cowboy and the high heels. Gives it a modern edge.
Now this is what I call layering! Actually refreshing to see winterwear in winter after coming from Garance’s blog (and being here in LFW) where spring wear is already in full swing despite the freezing cold!
A weird case of getting it right by doing everything wrong. That maxi look would be a disaster on anyone older, shorter, wider. But I like people who take on the challenge of wearing a lot of clothes – sick of fashion editors who think style is all about exposure.
I must agree with some others – she is SO pretty but the heavy clothes are just not doing any favours – all a bit weighed down. Still it’s winter so we need to keep warm and I am sure she’s doing that so good for her. Staying warm during fashion week always looks like a brave move considering all the bare legs, sandals and short sleeves etc etc!
What makes this look so attractive is that it seems to be made for a real life, yet a life that is fanciful as well as practical. Every item is top-notch quality, it seems, and comfortable yet “snazzy”–one of my stylish grandfathers’ favorite words.