So simple, so chic! I love her blush colored dress, gorgeous. He looks very sharp too! Great touch the yellow knit vest under the brown fitted blazer. He probably isn’t but he looks very gay next to her… Heheh
His skinny legs, slimmed further by the skintight pants, and average upper body, widened by that coat, look rather disproportionate. The similar coloring of the whole thing emphasizes this, I think; if the jeans (are they jeans? they look like jeans) were a dark blue, I think it would look better.
I really like the effortless simple flow to her dress and that her only knockout accessory is that belt (very nice belt). I think it’s the neutral colours, the natural wave to her hair and that one of her feet is almost coming out of her shoe that remind me summer’s almost here!
Wow, he is dressed absolutley brilliatly, there is a sense of rock and roll, yet he has refined it with an addition of prepiness. Possibly one of Hedi Slimanes models? More photos of younger gentlemen such as this please, Sart. Fantastic.
parisian chic !! this reminds me of a parisian i meet on vacation. she was so stylish i had to go up to her and ask her where she got her outfit from; it was at the time when not many people wore belts on thier hips; i thought that so seductive and teasing lol .. but i like the trend of waist cinching belts , though wide hips dont work with it :(
One of the best shots you’ve done recently. This pic really draws my eye to it and I can keep looking at it over again without being bored by it. His style>her style, but as a couple they’re a formidable force.
the low v-neck sweater is excellent. it’s hard to get color into a wardrobe or into an outfit and have it simply be a color rather than a statement of some sort. this yellow sweater does that really well – no statement, just great color.
This is how the cigarette pants should be worn, with a tailored jacket and leather shoes. If you come to Sydney you’d want your eyes scrubed hard because the skinny legs are worn by guys with side swept greasy hair, a t-shirt, and rubber sandals. Y*CK!
I think people forget that its not so easy to look polished and youthful and visually interesting all at the same time. Aesthetically pleasing and unique don’t always go together–I think they each hit the perfect note.
There’s nothing boring about finding the perfect, flattering, fun dress, and then making sure your accessories compliment both it and you without overwhelming either. If you think otherwise you’re either incredibly lucky and tasteful, or you’ve simply never aimed for that combination.
I also think the perfection of their look comes from being together. Alone they’d be nice, together they’re lovely!