I shouldn’t like this look, but I do. A lot. I can’t explain it, and I am OK with that. Maybe it is her confidence, or maybe she makes me think of my girl cousins getting ready to go to a party (yes, I used to watch them as they walked around the house and do their hair and make-up). Jorge from W Palm Beach
The color is exquisite, I’m undecided on the shape of this, though. It seems to leave her looking quite rectangular; I’m not sure if the belt creates a waist as well as it should. I Would have liked to see a more interesting shoe and her hair up, too. I understand that the “perfect look” isn’t the point of this. Hmm, she looks cute. I’m still semi-undecided though.
I like the summer im-perfection of it all. The hair still wet, the bare legs, the sensible flattering glasses. Also the blast of cool color, and a torso-arm fit that works in air-conditioned offices or on the street. Whatever work she is off to, I think I would feel confident as her client. The silhouette is unusual, but her legs, hips, neck, shoulders and wrists look good!
I like the specs, that is about it. The fabric and color choice is great (I am sure it is a great dress), but she should have the dress tailored up top to fit closer to the body and to rid herself of the unbecoming 80-ish collar. I think the shoes could be livelier, those patrician pumps are missing the mark.
I love the color. I don’t love the dress. It reminds me of what I used to wear when I was a secretary in the ’80s. But, as they say, if you’re old enough to have worn it the first time around, you’re too old to wear it when it comes back. I guess I’m just too old!
I agree – that shade of blue is exquisite on her. I am wondering about the belt however. It looks a little bit like a man’s trouser belt. I think a wide, soft leather woman’s belt might improve her lines.
I love the collor and i don’t think it should be fitter, but i do think it needs some adjustments so that it doesn’t scream 80′s but rather, 80′s inspired. The glasses are beautiful and she is beautiful.
Could be just the light of the shot but her dress colour is getting pretty damn close to International Klein Blue…easily one of the most striking colours in the world….you’d need to have some serious personality to not let the colour overshadow the wearer.
the color is one of my favorites on brunettes, and her legs are fantastic. what you can see of them, but it’s a good office length. the cut is a little bit 80s which leaves me unsure. but that’s what I love about the sartorialist, he doesn’t look for trends, he looks for people with the confidence in what they’re wearing to look amazing.
The color is brilliant and the shape looks good on her – she’s slim and has great gams. For someone with stockier legs (sadly, me), this dress might look a tad matronly. Regardless, she looks adorable and I covet her glasses.
This woman looks effortless! I absolutely love the colour blue that she’s wearing, a deep cobalt. Even though the dress is 80′s style, she wears it well without looking to contrived, which is often the case these days in regards to 80′s clothing.
Her haircut, glasses and posture make her look confident yet relaxed. I just wonder how she can walk on those cobblestones in those heels!
i actually like the dress and think it fits her just fine. what i dont’ like is how she looks so uncomfortable in it. and the shoes make it look so stuffy. maybe a shot of extra color and some different, flatter, brighter shoes would make this outfit work in my eyes.
This woman is amazing. If I died at this moment. If a meteor came through that window to my left and clean knocked me into oblivion. My last thought would be that life is good because women like this exist. What a pretty face. Oh, and I also love her outfit. Can’t tell though if its lightweight summer cotton or a linen blend. It captures her spirit, is all I can say. Hmm. Okay, back to editing…
Lis nailed it. (2:37 p.m.) This dress is about the legs. Her legs are fantastic, and they're big. The silhouette hhas to balance them and use them. So she's made it like three stanzas of a poem: A A B (Upper Torso, Lower Torso, Legs & shoes–each stanza is substantial and they balance, but the last stanza is the kicker.
Great shot Sart, you make Soho look like Petra, the ancient city carved into the canyon walls in Jordan.
Love the bold colour, love the draping of the dress on her with the belt just above her hips – looks classier with this look than if it were cinched at the waist. Looks so effortlessly put together and fresh – just perfect for this summer-to-fall transition! Great style that almost everyone can pull off, it’s inspiring me to buy a piece in this colour now! Well spotted!
This is almost unfair. Beautiful people can wear anything they want- boxy dresses, blunt haircutes, big glasses- and still make it look great (which she does, in my opinion). I’d like to see some not conventionally gorgeous or skinny people pulling off new looks, please.
i like this picture alot- shes prettier than the dress- and the dress is still pretty. too bad- i think i see a wedding ring on her left hand- but i might have the finger wrong. shes got a smile on her face that tells me shes smart + confident. she knows shes got it going on. but i always have to wonder how women handle those cobble stones in high heels.
That cobalt blue just strikes me like a burst of lightning! The color alone is enough for me to love this outfit. The fact that the woman executes it greatly with simple black pumps and nerdy yet sexy glasses makes me love it even more!
Her smile has the very same colour with her excellent dress. Also, she gives me the feeling that she belongs to that street, that pavement; and after the shot she , somehow, disappeared. I cant take my eyes off her. nice job! :)
this is the exact blue i have been looking for, and haven’t found. i’ll dye some. great example of how ‘loud’ can also be so subtle. from the colour to the outfit to the accessories- i’d wear them all.