Wow, for once, and I do mean once, the black leggings look almost good. Also, I really dislike the black and grey color (…er) combination that’s being pushed now, but she manages to make it look pretty good. Her boots, legs, bag and smile are just that great.
Lovely! She still has all the trends (long sweater, leggings, scrunchy boots, etc.)like the girl in the previous photo but for some reason, her outfit looks much more authentic to me – I notice the girl and her clothing is working for her.
Oh so hot! Quite trendy but a hell of a lot of individuality coming through! Look at that granny jersey, layered under a little coat. And those boots! But the shy, but still confident smile is the clincher! Oh I like this Sart!
Simply perfect! Understated color; great blend of texture and fabrics; supreme balance of long over short, tight and loose, and favored mixing of black and brown. Stunning smile, smooth hair under cap, and such a relaxed stance make for splendid final touches. This so makes me pine for my hometown….. NYC in fall is the best parade ever!
ok–ur obviously biased towards beautiful women— her outfit is great—i like the use of neutrals, the proportion og the long cardigan, and then again of the boots—but she screams blindingly beautiful fashion model. wher do you find these women? does ur wife know about this? LOL
I don’t think this picture is about the clothes, but the personality. The girl looks great, but I don’t think that there’s any originality. Just alot of trend following. Just go to any college campus and you’ll see a million little hipsters with brown boots and black leggings
I’ve always found gray and brown to look good together…some sort of casual elegance in it. She is wearing a lot of the current trends together (I’ve always preferred one trend at a time) but she owns the outfit as a whole instead of the other way around. Good for her.
Wonderful look! That must be Central Park in the background, and the Apple Store at 59th and 5th. The tights raise an interesting style ambiguity. If you think of them as stockings, then maybe her sweater is just short of the right tunic length, and a skirt might be seen as completing the look better. If you look at the tights more like being skinny slacks, then it all works. Style judgments *are* in the eye of the beholder.
This picture illustrates the power of a great photographer to really capture an individual’s personality. The outfit is lovely, but nothing groundbreaking, the smile is what sets the whole thing off. Fantastic.
I tend to agree with Anonymous 6:44 – it’s less about the clothes for me, and more about how fabulous she is. She’d be beautiful in a burlap bag.
It made me think: I dislike most of the trends that she’s wearing here, but she’s so beautiful and radiant that I can forgive her. It makes me think of “First Wives’ Club”: “youth and beauty, man – youth and beauty.”
Love it. Woman looks confident and knows she’s attractive who probably looks good in everything. The look doesn’t look studied but rather a non chalant style (although it does take coordination) but I guess the attitude needs to go along to pull it off without appearing contrived.