The length of the first skirt is just perfect, and I love the shoes and bag combination in the third. I feel like the second picture is missing something though, the bag and the length just don’t have the same elegant edge as the other ladies.
The first look is by all means the most effective as “natural”; however i do find certain facets and aspects of each of the two other images i can draw ideas as admiration from; i guess they are all personal, though as a spectator i am instantly attracted the first, though objecting to no one that goes for other options…
Mmm… a wee bit much for me, especially number 2. In my secret other life I’m a professional flamenco dancer, and this is just too close to all the cliches I’m constantly fighting against. Nothing against the ladies who do it, it’s just a huge no in my books.
Honestly polka dots are one of my least favorite trends
(they are just a little bit tacky), but I just love the way they are worn in the first picture. The shape is very sophisticated, but the polka dots prevent it from looking to stuffy.
I love these, especially the middle photo. Somehow, dots seem feminine; they vaguely make me think of Jackie Kennedy. Wonderful, as usual, Scott. Thanks so much for letting us be part of your so often elegant world.
I had a dress like this, turquoise-blue and white dots. I always thought that those kind of dresses have a “little something special”, I don’t know why. Maybe it’s just me.
Gosh, this makes me want to sew or knit something dotty. I actually have some 1930s polka dot fabric that needs to be serged up into a scarf asap to go with a sweater I’ve made using a pattern from that era….