Sorry, but this look has gotten so trite. Wearing Chucks with a dress has been done to death as has women dressing in clothing more appropriate for girls. Plus she is obviously under-dressed for the party she is attending, which is also so tired not to mention just disrespectful.
Well, thank you Scott! And yes, all the above is right: heels would have probably worked better for The Sartorialist, BUT – I couldn’t wear anything but Converse (Scott, you know the reason, I told you)
I felt like a village nurse running away on her break to see that Burberry show!
She looks adorable and refreshing. Its the simplest combinations that make the strongest impact, and this look proves it. If I was a guy she just looks like the coolest, most approachable person there. Somehow she has a damsel in distress kind of thing going. Like I can see most guys doing whatever she asked. Well done.
While I’m not so crazy about this outfit on a grown woman in a professional setting, I am over-the-moon about this as a photograph. For me the success and delight of this shot comes with the contrast between the subject and her surroundings. She’s surrounded by super-serious power-dressers in fitted suits and uncomfortable shoes. And there she is, comfortable and joyful in the moment. She may as well be standing in a field of daisies.