This is the best. An look that anyone anywhere any age can emulate. Except for the shoes (which are great), doesn't scream "fashion victim," mutton dressed as lamb, or TTH (trying too hard). Great counterpoint to see-through lace minidresses on middle-aged women.
Don't like the rolled trousers because they add a careless (though studied) sloppiness that seems to clash. Love everything else. I wish to place one of those black protective rectangles over the sloppy cuff area.
the lines and the shape serpentine shape….all brilliant. I love the shoes most, however. They look like a modified pair of old bowling shoes (the kind you rent at bowling lanes). Maybe thats just because I can't see them close enough.
And the mens kakhis are brilliant. She wears it so well.
With the exception of the shoes, I dressed like that in the 80s and the 90s…though maybe not the same designers, lol. Military khakis from the boyfriend, vintage Harris tweed jacket from a thrift, man's Hanes t-shirt and penny loafers. With the pennies, of course. Belt belonged to my late dad. Big ole' 80s tortoise shell sunglasses. The shoes bring this classic outfit up-to-date for the younger generation. Very nice!
I honestly think this pair of shoes is one of the ugliest I have ever seen. That said, I like the colours of her outfit, the shirt and the blazer. But flats and a smile would have made all the difference.
Love the pants. They make the outfit. And I love her expression. I do get tired of smiley faces. She looks serious and fashionable. The glasses are great, and the jacket is amazing. the shoes i don’t love, but they work. I would wear this today, and this was a photo from two years ago. Thats something.