I was just about to write "the apple doesn't fall from the tree…" and saw it's already written … but I was going to add, "in the best way possible!" Not sure about the dropped crotch in the denim harem pants, although the daughter is so tall, slim, and modell-y I think she's working it.
Love the daughter's shawl and sweater, not sure about her jacket's color or the pirate jean pants. The mother's got a gorgeou smile. Would love to see her in tailored black leather instead of baggy. Makes her look frumpy. Not feeling her animal print hat.
really sweet, they are both so beautiful in a very natural way. nothing pretentious nor wannabe about them what so ever, just genuinely interesting and beautiful faces/style. yet another photo that renders us speechless sartorialist…
Its great when you notice style running in the family. But here, I think my favourite of the two is actually the mother. The mix of soft fabrics (skirt and scarf) with tougher elements (the leather jacket.) The daughter's is nice too, but I'm not sure about the skirt/jeans. Very interesting post..
Beautiful women, and I love everything about their respective styles… except the pants. I'm sorry, but they are just awful. Terribly unflattering, and bringing to mind all sorts of possible medical conditions.
I love this. It reminds me of my mom and I: my mom also tends to dress in darker, muted colours with a bold statement piece, and I like to experiment with different textures, colours, and fabrics (need to have some fun with my "youthful energy"!!). You can definitely see they're mother and daughter.
stylishhhhhhhh. Love her scurf. And mother's hat, and them together. I think that making photos of mother with doughter could be as interesting as making photos of friends, or rather more interesting. It's like conversation between different times. Plus for you!
This is so right – the natural order of things. The mother is classic and the daughter is still experimenting. Both are gorgeous and whether you'd told us it was taken in Paris or not, somehow I would've guessed…
Please, the lot of you, learn just a little about fashion before you misspeak and bathe us all in the waters of your ignorance. Harem pants; they're called harem pants. For the those in the know, they have made a presence in Parisian fashion as of late, and love them or hate them, fashion always boils down to the attitude and energy of the person. I can feel the daughters self confidence through Schuman's lens. Dislike her pants, but love her style, because that involves the culmination of many elements, not just one article of clothing.
not really feeling this – not sure why. They are both attractive but I don't really like what they are wearing. Don't think the hat suits the mother and she has too much white on her upper lids. The daughters expression is not very friendly. Just my opinion!
This is a nice mother/daughter fashion dynamic duo. Very nice visual of hip chic partnering with classic chic. I love the daughter's willingness to "go for it" with the funky jeans. I want to see their shoes!
not a favorite, the mother looks great because shes simple with a touch of energy from the hat but the daughter… ehh, too much of nothing..i think, i really like the scarf but everything else could have been put together better. but then again, she doesnt look bad, so to each his own!
i like the pants. i love the display of affection between the two. each is beautiful. agree, the eyeshadow might be differently applied. but don't really care about the eyeshadow because the picture is about love and the joy in that mom's face
Thank you. I was able to find this line in my copy. It is indeed what Scott says. I have bookmarked it. If only I had more time to devote to the study of the words of Scott. Of course I carry the book with me everywhere, and I pity those who do not yet have a copy. They live in darkness, but they do not know it, like blind mice in a cave.