She is darling what cute knees. She obviously feels good about herself. I always look for plumpish (compared to the models) girls on your blog ever since the time you drew attention to a not so skinny woman: after following 5 years and seeing people with a great "look" and no mention of body type.
I'm 59 today so I'm going share a thought.
We all need to spend more time in South America to learn to feel good in our skins and have less opinions about other's. At 53 a change came over me on in Argentina. I met a softly shaped grandmother on the beach with her grandchildren, in a thong bikini building sand castles. Sand castles are so symbolic.
Wow Scott… If you were to have drawn or sketched her no one would believe such poise and posture. All lines, from those of the seat bar of the bike, the sign post and the bollard beside her, make for a breathtaking sense of linear perfection.
2nd pic) Stunning as she is – when my lover is in the throes of tying up her hair like that it transports me…
She reminds me of Lola in the Italian film "Frivolous Lola"…. in the opening scene, Lola rides her bike with her skirt blowing up and the man following behind her can see… well, you get my meaning. Scott, if you haven't seen "Frivolous Lola", I think the combination of bicycles and Lola will definitely entrance you!
This photograph of the woman in movement of the bicycle is fresh, sexy, and dynamic. The madras print shirt dress captures the summer zeitgeist in the best meaning of the Ivy style for a contemporary woman. the fact that it is shot in Milan is no surprise. Italians have a way of taking an American theme and giving it their own distinctive voice.
Funny, my mom had a summer dress with a similar pattern back in the 80s. What goes around comes around, right?
I like these shirt dresses, but lately, these dresses have been getting shorter and shorter. Or maybe, it's not a dress to begin with, but an actual shirt. In any case, my first reflex every time I see the short version of this dress, I can't help but think: "Oops! The girl forgot to put some pants on."
She is probably wearing shorts under the tunic. But Im not sure what the point is of asking for that information. I doubt that Scott looked under her shirt. She looks cute, and she does very well dressing for her figure type, keeping the proportion correct.
There's nothing wrong with how she looks, I don't reckon it's brilliant or particularly inspiring though. Bike is fantastic. Photos are great, but if executed with less quality, could look trashy very quickly.
This looks like an actual men's shirt that she's belted and styled, not an out and out dress. I do hope she's at least wearing hot pants under it, because flashing one's lady bits is never, ever sexy or stylish. I also want to pipe up in defense of the flip flips – I love how casual and easy they are and sometimes they are the perfect shoe choice for an outfit.
i have almost no fashion rules, and love to go around breaking the ones that still exist, but i would no sooner wear flip flops in public than i would my sweat pants. and i'm from LA! yet I still have the wherewithal to leave my sloppy pj things at home. i know it's summer, but all the flip flops…i'm afraid people are going to start wearing their terrycloth robes and rubber soled slippers around. slippery slope.
She is a goddess, a young Sophia Loren. Scott, what a relief she is from all the “studied” anorexic fashionable wanna-bes out there.
I fail to understand the OBESSION with what she is wearing under her dress, blahblahblah. She is so bloody comfortable in her skin, completely natural and elegant. But of course, all the tragic hipsters can say is “What is she wearing under her dress?” Such immaturity and jealousy! Folks this is what is known as “life force”. Maybe a few of you should get some.