Something immediate, relaxed and together, casual, loving and natural about holding hands. I make any excuse to hold my lover's hand when she and I are out and about and even when we are not. It is an expression of intimacy that is without age limitation or gender exclusivity and it needs no explanation.
I love the red on her and the all-city boots ready for that all-too-city puddle she will soon navigate.
There is a children's song that starts with the lyrics that are colors: Red and yellow and pink and green, / Purple and orange and blue, / I can sing a rainbow, / sing a rainbow, / sing a rainbow too.
You've caught'em all in this one shot – Just absolutely beautiful Scott!
Such a cool couple! I would wear both of their outfits. They are stylish without sacrificing, brace yourself, comfort or practicality. I know! So much for high heels being a necessity for the stylish city woman.
She mixed it perfectly with red and blue and the bag. My eyes was first on her haircut, because she's wearing cozy + her hair was cozy at the same time. That's why I like her red jumper. The boots are a bit out of the cozy fit.
Hat + glasses + his trousers, is always a good eye-seeing. If the shirt was outside instead of inside his jeans, it would be nicer. His shoe… Makes his outfit gorgeous.
Saddle shoes!!! I'm so excited to see them! I was never able to pull off the look, but I love it when someone does. And my father never ever stopped wearing his with his favorite seersucker jacket. He even had a really beat up pair that he used to paint in. My favorites. The shoes on the gent pictured here are properly well worn to the point of being integral to his personal style. Love them sockless with the pegged pants. Gorgeous couple. Truly eclectic.
She is so cool, she hardly even knows it. He, however is well aware of that and is quite proud of it. I would love to see their living space(s) as well. I bet it'd be quite interesting. Love the photo.
Good relaxed outfits. This is pretty much the style that my husband and I wear. Laid back and rugged with a bit of interest. I love that Bass weejuns are back. They were so popular when i was about 12 -14 in the 80's. Her boots are dynamite.
There was a time not so long ago when my parents were their age that simple holding hands like that could have gotten them into a lot of serious trouble. all the more serious and tragic for him. I love these times and all the times that have been since those days. I love that I am in love just like how they are in this photograph and can do it express it and live it freely without having to look over my shoulder. The same is true for my son's generation. Such love and carefree abandon. That is what I feel typifies their style and effortless casual ease.
I like her bag, it is great. She is very slim and the pants accentuate that. I like the red sweater, but it is a bit too full for me. I think she has the most delicate features, a sort of sad look on her face as well. She kind of dominates the shot for me, it's all about her beautiful face.
To me the clothes here are beautiful but secondary to the love these two obviously share… The ease that they have with each other makes me want to know them as a couple.. We could have 10 other couples around a long cherry wood table… in a field with children running around and beautiful food and laughter and good conversation…
As someone above noted, don't think the saddle shoes are LL Bean – different shape (& soles) entirely. Desperately trying to find slimmer, less round-toed suede saddle shoes like this. Closest I've seen are the YMC ones. Anybody know who makes some like this???