Everything about this photograph is lovely. I was actually taken back a bit. Was this posed or did you actually stumble upon her while she was in front of the building? Makes me want to stroll Mercer Street in my favorite blue dress(because I can't find straight leg jeans anywhere these days). One of your Beautiful Best!
Lovely shot. This picture works so well due to the line interactions. She is there, very much so, but due to the blending of color, her presence and slight curves are all the more captivating. Very nicely done.
Ooooh yeah, denim blue. Okay Scott…You win! Nice to see a denim blue that has gotten past the raw unwashed deep indigo that was all of last season's rage and rages(sic). Simply put, that's what jeans are for – just having on and being out there.
The slim leg cut of her jeans are great. Unfortunately the wedges(though not ugly, just not right for this look) break this continuity and make her feet look chunky. Heeled pumps or sandals would better compliment the proportions of this outfit.
I just love how she isn't wearing the "skinny" jeans that are soooo overdone everywhere on the streets. Love this look. Elegant, sophisticated – of the moment without looking trendy. Gorgeous window shot too.
I appreciate how her style is appropriate for the work day. Her wedges aren't ridiculously high and her high waisted jeans flatter her figure without revealing a midriff. It is casual yet confidant and really shows a woman who knows how to dress for her body type.
Love! Love! Love! this! I like how the outfit comes together in a neat & clean manner, in addition to the feminine touch with the sandals <3! Yet again another fascinating perspective captured by you! Thanks so much for sharing! I admire your work and effort!
What I love about this photo is her stance. It looks as though she is pondering a work of art in a gallery… but she's clearly window shopping (unless she herself dressed the window & is examining it in a way as to judge whether she got it right or not!).
Such a shame (I think) when people 'dissect' a look by mentioning alternative footwear etc. I see the photos as a 'whole' and not 'pieces'. Am I wrong? She looks amazing just they way she is. Pensive, classic and yet so fresh and modern.