I adore stripes…and it’s obviously going to be a big trend this spring and summer. But it’s a big possibility that we humans may get striped to death this year…but I might as well get a striped tote like the woman in this photo just so my striped top goes with the stuff I’m toting around.
Very chic …. I still can’t make up my mind if I like the bag with this shirt – does it clash? Or is it a clever way of accessorizing with the related patterns? I personally don’t like the socks, but I do appreciate the whimsy of them. Love the forest green fur boa!
Maybe you should try finding a few middle-aged women every once in a while. Or do you honestly never spot any fit for you blog? Now I don’t mean the fab women of your acquaintance who appear sometimes, but you know, ordinary smart-looking women. Not exactly any shortage of grizzled blokes here.
A talented fashionista indeed.
But have to say I endorse comment by Cruella above. All these young beautiful women who look like models … If this blog is about the sartorial, there are surely so many women you are just not seeing. Yet you have such an eye.
I’m sorry, I hate this. These proportions are so wrong – her head looks so tiny. I hate the scarf around the neck so tight, the clashing stripes, the whole shape of it all. Her outfit is just not doing it for me, even though hypothetically I love stripes, black skirts, polka dots, fur and chunky sandals.
great look with the stripes and the touches of yellow, geometry matching that severe hair and serious look, and thick black shoes.
wow, that’s expression!
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This lady has been really clever with the proportions of her clothes – whether purposeful or completely accidental. I’m struck by an illusion of her body being stretched out, and am not entirely sure If I feel comfortable with that! However, the simplicity of all the things she is wearing I think enables the stripes/spots/yellow/monochrome/fur unusual combination to be brought off wonderfully – not something many people could do.
So beautiful. I love the setting of this shot. The background is soft and she kicks out nicely against it. She looks amazing. It must be so daunting asking people to take their photo in a foreign country. Respect. Wallace.
I want to learn how to read French so I can understand Vogue Paris and other French fashion blogs because of your site! I really love and want to study fashion in France because the ladies and gentlemen seem to have something that I am missing as an American.