I usually like at least 1 structured element in each outfit, but I love that everything is so relaxed here, from the dress, the purse and the shoes- she even manages to wear gladiator shoes without making them look of-the-minute. Jorge from WPB
i usually don’t feel very inspired by wrap-style dresses, however I do think this is an exception: the fit or cut looks more relaxed and individual. The asymmetrical print is elegant, accessories attractive and the woman herself is obviously a striking beauty. very captivating shot, Scott.
I love how her dark features beautifully blend with the kaki dress, enlighted by the summery and delicate prints. I love how the belt naturally matches with the shoes without trying too hard…and the gladiator heels are pure sexiness.
Is that a fringe purse?! If it is…again I ask what is so attractive of this fringe style? What is so appealing about it? I love her ensemble! I love how she wears different tones of brown. By the way…I got my new GQ this week and was so happy to see The Sartorialist section of th magazine! I love your pictures! check out my trendy blog! http://thetrendydwarf.blogspot.com/
Oh wow, yeah. what a hottie. There's actually some contrasting stitching on the dress isn't there? Great visual effect. Open neckline, hmm im loving this. Ther's almost a theme there, but overall, yes HOT
Hmmm, I like this from the belt down and the neck up. I mean, she's pulling it off because she's gorgeous…but I think that the dress is totally unflattering. I also hate it when the belt doesn't cover the waist seam. Too many lines cutting across the body. Love the shoes though.
I can't stop staring at her beautiful hair. And at first I thought the dress was slightly wrinkled, and was surprised by how it didn't look sloppy at all, but on closer inspection, I can see that it's a stitching detail added on purpose. I've never been a huge fan of gladiator sandals, but they look so natural here. It all just looks so effortless!
Also, love the serene expression on her face. What a natural beauty.
On paper I'm not fond of gladiator sandals or of the cut and color of the dress. Not a fan of big skirts passing the knee. HOWEVER in this case the dress actually works without overpowering her. There's something slouchy and uncomplicated about it on her.
She's mucho sexy without being in-your-face about it.
Someone in Paris has my same shoes!? I always wear them with a matching belt, too! I loooove this look, I'm inspired to try the Nine West gladiator heels with a long relaxed dress just the way she did!
Oh, she has such a beautiful face and lovely hair as well. The plunge of the neckline probably saves the dress from looking too dowdy but I confess, I would love this far more if the dress were about knee-length. Still, a very beautiful shot.
Have you seen this Scott? I think it'll make you smile:
This is my absolute favorite area in Paris. Ahh! I love her look because it's so different from the harsh new-street warrior thing that's going on right now. God bless you for this one Scott! xoxo and the one below too!
Oh Sart, it's gorgeous, no doubt, but I miss the elder people, the not-so-beautiful, not-so-pretty-well-in-shape ones. On them, real style is outstanding – on young & beautiful it just fits. So please show us the not-so-gifted-by-nature again!
I love how she's fashion forward (bag), and classic (everything else), all at once! The dress is sexy without showing much of anything. Thank the fitted waist and belt for that. The color and print really work for her, and the high-heeled sandals are perfect.
I man that dress is freakin amazing. I love it! Like the last poster said….total "relaxed chic". I love your work because I get every single detail, pure eyecandy. I would loveeee to know what type of camera you use.
I have a very similar dress but the matching fabric belt just doesn't work with it, nor do my shoes. I LOVE the belt that she chose; just wondering if you're supposed to tuck in the part that sticks out, or stick it through another loop?