What an amazing eye you have, to be able to spot her among all the uninteresting exasperating tourists who make you forget you are yourself one, and that you are in Paris and that you should try to look around more.
It’s so innocent; there is such a warm, ethereal and special presence to this photo. Nevertheless, there is still a sort of fragile essence too; not everything can be perfect, though let the outside paint advertently what there could be if we all lived within a fairytale where bad wishes never existed…
Now take a look at these top two women. The colours are monochromatic and therefore a leaner line is created. The shoes are appropriate. All in all, the proportion is right and these ladies look lovely. The picture 2-below with the Japanese-inspired dress would look great with less-rockabilly shoes. She looks truncated. She should trade shoes with the Lolita below her, who I can see in the near future in an ankle cast. How can you walk Paris cobbles in those!? I know it’s all about mixing it up and proving your individuality (I’m doing the same today with skinny cords and huge shoes) but if you want to look stunning, it’s all in the proportion.
I love that the complexity of the detailing of the material is sharpened by the crisp white colour. This woman has kept her own styling to a minimum: small earrings, simple shoes/bag and bare legs, and yet she is still wearing the dress, it is not wearing her. http://Www.onstreetsincities.blogspot.com
Isn’t this dress just absolutely FABULOUS!?!It has to be a Chanel!!Coco’s touch is following us in time…and it’s always so IN:the black and white contrast,the subtle transparency,the navy strings,the oversize bow,the truly red “rouge”,the almost invisible but elegant accessories…what can I say,I suppose BON-TON EST TOUJOUR TRES CHIC!!