As an English Sartorialite (I think that's what your followers are called!) I always love seeing the difference between European/American/English dress sense.
Just goes to show the English are still eccentric, avant-garde, and bananas. Maybe not everyone will think these two are well-dressed but both to me represent essential Englishness found across the land, bizarre and somehow beautiful.
Your site is inspiring and also full of life; thank you for giving me a little fashionable lift everyday!
I love these pictures! You're so talented, though i'm sure you've heard that just about a billion times, from people who actually are important in fashion and photography and that aren't 13-year-old girls that just check your website 3 times a day to see if there are new pictures…
I LOVE both of them. Scott, you have really surprised (and delighted) me with your choices of subject here! They're so cute and untrendy and gorgeous and vibrant and individual and stylish…without a trace of It-bag or vertiginous crazy expensive heel or boyfriend blazer anywhere…yay!!!!
How. Much. Fun. To me, the main thing about fashion, both haute couture and extravagant street fashion, is that it stretches our imagination to the point where, if we would never wear such things, it pushes us to try something new, something different. My favorite things about these two images is that the items seem to be straight from the wearer's inspiration, rather than some "it" garment. Jorge from WPB
o, that London i like eagerly))it is just in time looking so wild and pretty. gorgeous hair at the first shot, great shoes and (what is it? socks, plus-fours, tights, blinkers or maybe all of them?) at second.
Oi London now? How bout London last 30 years to now… The first place I ever had a bank teller with green hair was London. What a great city. The pic of the bird in the first shot could have been taken in 1979 not just 2009. Punk is timeless long live THE JAM!!!
I really appreciate the photo of the sequined girl. While my personal style is vastly different from hers, I still find it relatable – she may not be "high fashion" and decked out in couture but she is making a fun, fearless statement – using accessible, presumably affordable pieces to create a one-of-a-kind look.
First glance, love it! Perfectly put together. If you look at each piece individually, you wonder…what is going on here?! I love that this girl thought up this outfit, & wears it like it's nothing. The outfit doesn't wear her, she wears it!
Anonymous @ 4;53, your comment.. hurts. I've known that girl all week & she's the sweetest, kindest person. Being anonymous, I have no idea how you dress, but I'd guarantee she'd never say anything hurtful about your appearance.
Why is it that whenever people want to say something cruel, they always post anonymously? Always! I think there really is some truth to the adage that all bullies are at core, cowards.
Love the first photo. Hair is beautiful snd represents her rocker style. Also positively accentuates imperfections and her use of accessories which suits her… I am loving your site. Also, while I'm in NY, the brave style of Londoners is refreshing.
A few photos past this one, I had no love for the guy with the african collar, keith haring button, and his hair up in a bun. These two women have much more of a personal sense of style, in my eyes.
The first woman carries her hair and eye make-up really well-it fits. I like the second woman's look because, again, it all fits together somehow. The bright feathers on the jacket might seem a little over the top, but I love them here.