This coat reminds me of a Weatherall I had when I was young, a beautiful wool coat that was reversible. I like this with the short pant length and the high heels. Grey is wonderful with camel. It perfectly matches her hair.
Yet another beautiful lady that is taking the trends and making them look timeless and classy – much like the shot of the young lady on Broadway from last week with the lovely neutral pallet. To me, this is a breath of fresh air after seeing so many women follow the trends of LA/Hollywood with skin-tight, boobage exposing, look-at-me clothing. Bravo!
Love this coat. It reminds me of that 1960s trend toward contrast piping, etc. It's the sort of look that would have been worn with one of those Oleg Cassini helmet hats. In this case, I'm especially enamored by the pants and the shoes. She's got a nice heel but she looks very grounded. I've never taken to these aggressive and dangerous ankle-breakers that have been sending models spilling across runways for the past few seasons, (are you listening Mr. Siriano?) Anyway, this is a very confident and polished woman.
There was a designer Renee Firestone (1960) and this was very much her style. I owned almost the identical coat, same piping detail, with matching matt jersey dress, of course! Along with Walter Bass and Rudi Gernreich, they were wonderful LA designers …
LOVE her curls. She exudes such lovely confidence and has gorgeous style. I'm a curly head too and live in SoCal where straight boring hair remains the silly trend. I love my curls and wear them proudly as does the woman in your photo. Curls rock!
Love the shoes, but I really love her effortless comfort in beauty. 5 items of value: purse, cropped cuffed pants, sweater top, trimmed coat and those kick-ass shoes. Wealthy (seemingly), style/quality of fabric, combo of textures,choice of monochromatic scheme, i.e simplicity or appearance of clarity – bling not necessary – smile genuine.