There is something so especially chic about that picture to me. I don’t know if it is that collar sticking out of the sweater that perfectly matches it, or the oversized sunglasses and the slicked back hair, but something about is just perfect.
wow had to get used to these pictures, almost thought they weren’t yours! It’s much closer to the subject than you would expect, what a difference it makes! You’re really in their personal space, which makes it exciting but also a bit scary… for me the second photo is the most unlike ‘your style’ and therefor the most interesting!
I love to see that you’re still experimenting and challenging yourself, bravo.
I LVOE how women of every age group is represented here – it’s fantastic! LOVE these pics. They eyes are so LOVELY in ALL the pics!
-Daisy Nguyen from PS BANANAS fashion blog: http://psbananas.com
aah Its Lucia de la Falaise. TIthought it was a Finnish ballerina, Minna TervamÃ¤ki, google her, so you see how much the same they really look. Oh, Lucie de Falaise was my favorite model in the 90:es and she is still stunning. Just love her!
Love the slicked back hair in all the photos – I’ve been doing that a lot lately. I, too like the mature subject in beautiful clothing. I’d love to see more 50+ women; and average women who are not under size 4.
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