Holy Toledo, this beautiful young woman really knocks my Pantherellas off. Amazing photo, Scott.
Perhaps it’s just me, but her clothing evokes the feeling of Spain during the civil war in the 1930s. She looks as if she could be a high priestess of the Falange. I can picture myself running away with her to hunt Republicans in the mountains of Andalusia…
hey sart, just a thought or idea. i was in a small boutique the other day and they had these adhesive wallpaper borders that exhibited photographs of the urban landscape of major international cities. You could buy paris, ny, germany.. not many others. and i thought, hey, wouldn’t it be great if they had the sartorialist photos- scenes of ny, bicycles, women paris.. ; )
Is it just me or is the waist approximately at Mom Pants height? And for some reason I’ve never been a fan of high-heeled lace-up ankle height shoes. They’re very popular right now, but they’re just not my thing.
Hell Yeah! I love the appropriated grease monkey jump suit. She makes this suit edgy and pretty at the same time. I think the “un-matching” of the shoes and jump suit add to the entire package! This is for sure an outfit I covet!!
This is a lovely silhouette on a tall, slim woman. Whilst she probably could wear anything, I think this suits her extremely well. It is elegant and unfussy, utilitarian is definitely the right word. The shoes and clutch have given the outfit a modern edge and are complementary not competing with the lines of the jumpsuit. I love the folded cuff on the pants to show off those grey suede booties.
She is a striking woman, and I would not usually comment negatively, but this is the first time I have been utterly bewildered by a look on this blog. Extra volume below the waist is unflattering. The cuffs have an uneasy relationship with the shoe at the ankle. The fabric seems too light for the shoulder pads (ie the shape is too obvious for my taste). The shoes are heavy and distracting rather than complementary. And, dare I say it, the pockets look like chest pelmets that push down the silhouette of the bust to matronly effect. Broken into separates, the top and bottom are quite mumsy, and remind me of a bank or pharmacist’s uniform in the early 90′s. It would be very hard to look good in this so kudos to her for still looking gorgeous. But this is, for me, one of those instances where fashion is too much about being fashionable and not enough about looking good.
I wish I had this lady’s lithe figure to pull off such an amazing, simple yet classy outfit. Arguably, I would’ve chosen different shoes (nothing terrible about them, just not my type), but the outfit’s just hot!
eh, the ankle boots don’t really go with the outfit. but then i’m not a big fan of ankle boots in general. i think she should have gone with a good pair of Timberlands, what pastoralists like to refer to as “shitkickers” even regular high heeled women’s shoes would’ve been better.
It makes her look tall and slim. It makes her shoulder:waist:hip ratio appear ideal. What in the world is unflattering about that?
Admittedly, were it not for the stilt-like heels and rolled-up cuffs, it might be a different story. But, seriously, she’s the only person I’ve ever seen–including uber-skinny models–wearing pants/jumpsuit with gathers in the front who didn’t end up looking paunchy. I want to know how the heck she managed it. :)
Her style reminds me of a mid-late Eighties Annie Lennox. Very cool.
The ankle boots throw me off a little bit. The jumpsuit works for her – and good for her, because it’s a tough look to pull off – pumps, a rounded-off point toe especially, would have worked better with this look. The boots cut her length and seem overly bulky compared to the rest of the look.
kind of a boring jumpsuit, but i’m not a fan of tailored styles, so . . . it DOES look good on her. Hate the rolled hem of the pants. it creates a funny choppy line across her ankles that spoils the sleekness of her entire look.
The sharp, clean cut to this makes me happy (:
And in such a nice deep blue colour too!
Intriguing expression; as if she can clearly see through you and is amused by what she finds. Or as if she’s judging a tiny kitten.