I love this. I always think doing up the top button somehow makes a powerful style statement on a woman. It’s very Rag and Bone. I like that she looks classic and not hipster here and I think she achieves it by selecting a good quality shoe. Very smart. Thanks for the inspiration!
I think this look mainly works because she has such a beautiful face! Despite being dressed in a very masculine way it is extremely clear that it’s a woman. I’d like to see this look on someone slightly curvier, to create even more of a juxtoposition.
I can not love more this outfit. Its a school boy from the 60s, its a beautiful feminine girl from 09. I dont know why, maybe because of the smile and the innocence of the whole look, it made me think of alex in clockwork orange.
And yet, so unlike the boys in all the right ways! Terrific. Her look is almost like a tongue-in-cheek statement that while she may be dressing in a similar manner as “the boys,” she oozes femininity. Gorgeous girl.
perfection! but i think it’d be more difficult to pull off for a curvy girl (especially in the chest area). her stance and expression are pure effortless cool and sexy… possibly one of my favorite posts EVER!! (especially because it’s so classic)
My attention went straight to the shoes.. and I’m wondering, are they boy shoes? or girl shoes? did she go to a shoe store and picked those from the men’s department?… Maybe they are her brother’s shoes… ok, I’m obsessed with the ‘how’ of the aquisition of the shoes… did she say anything to you when you took the photo? :) Elizabeth
really great chic! it works because she’s a really beauty and the contrast between the way she makes her hair and the strict silhouette of her slim legs. she’s got the look meg ryan still wants to have…
I'm really fascinated by this style, because although it's really boy-ish and doesn't show anything sexy, it's really interesting and fits the situation; I mean, it's a lovely day outfit for work&school. I don't like: the so tight shirt collar and the white socks in view. But I like: pullover's colour (intense), the jacket's buttons, the hairstyle, and shoes. It's a pity we can't see the bag.
love the look! i always like to wear white oxford shirts tucked into very tight but dressy black pants with over sizedcardigans sometimes i get mistaken as a boy as well but im never offended and always thrilled to confuse people haha
Definitely very interesting style, I’d even say it could be an androgyny style. There are so many masculine and feminine characteristics mixed in the outfit and her look. Perhaps because I’m also Parisian that this style works for me.
She is absolutely beautiful — her lovely, angelic face and hair really make this outfit! And Mr. Sart, I am simply LOVING your photos lately; all the Scandinavian and Florentine photos make me swoon… (-: