I agree with Holly, above… but I still don't like leopard print that much, I prefer snake…. :) And, Scott… I see you are posting about your signings (next in Milan, I saw)and, for those of us who live in other places and can't attend and/or wait…. could we have an "on line signing"? I mean, we could send concrete questions about your book (I suppose in this meetings people ask you lots of things…) :) It was only an idea I've just come through. Greetings!
I think the rest of the outfit is kinda overdone (seen alot on the street) but the leapord print scarf elevates the outfit to something which is pretty out of the ordinary in Manhattan (in my humble opinion).
This is such an overload of trends all at once – gladiators, jumpsuit (I think?), black boyfriend blazer, big light summer scarf, leopard print…she looks fine but I think there are just too many of the moment things going for one outfit!
Ah! The secret to animal prints: wear one and ONLY one piece of it per outfit. She looks great in it, very relaxed! Surprisingly, even though it is a somewhat busy print, it goes well with her Goyard bag. I will have to save up and buy a more masculine G item myself!!! Jorge from WPB
I think she looks like a "real" person on the street and I love how she looks. A few observations: I thought cropped pants would be gone years ago. They're still here. Why? Women are comfortable in them. ( I am, too.) Maybe she does have kind of a mish-mash of black clothes on, but they blend together. The addition of that great scarf makes the outfit, but would we notice the clothes without her beauty??
it's a lovely look, but I must admit, I'm distracted by something weird going on with her top lip which looks suspiciously "intervened with". I'll never understand why women do this, when it is so obvious and distracting? Surely that defeats the purpose?
I'll have to disagree with everyone else on this one. I actually happen to be a huge fan of (little touches of) animal prints, and I think the idea of the scarf with this outfit works out well enough. But the blazer and the jumpsuit are different shades of black… or maybe navy and black/dark brown and black/navy and dark brown… It's all quite confusing, and I just feel like going with two very distinct colours would have looked better.
I LOVE this picture. This outfit looks so organic, so bespoke and yet effortless. She looks like the artist daughter of a wall street trader, free and young and beautiful. The Goyard goes well with everything, and the scarf brings it all together. Magnificent! I love the charcoal and the sandals, and don't think anything clashes in the least.
Evidence of how a scarf can make an outfit. Personally, I would have worn black gladiators with this to deepen the colour shoulder down but the brown ones add a natural, earthy look. Is this a jumpsuit? In any way, I love the leg length. Very flattering.
Huge fan of leopard print – have got a similar scarf myself (in fact, you made me want to wear mine again !). Am loving your look, as the colours and vibe of all the elements work really well together to create the perfect balance of casual stylish street wear – bravo !
That’s just about the right amount of animal print. In my opinion, when wearing animal print only 1 piece should be worn, doesn’t really matter what but keep it to one piece. I like the choice of footwear also.