Lovely photo. the steam is the perfect foil for her coat. i love the colours. That big collar and beautiful hair (nice cut!) frames her face. The only thing that’s not working for me is the bare feet and shoes, they look like slippers, maybe she’s running out for a morning cup of coffee?
I love it until I get to the shoes (which sadly I have to scroll down to see) then it reminds me a little too much of my Aunt Carmella going out to get the paper in her house dress and slippers. Although, to be fair, she was usually wearing taupe knee-hi’s, not green half-footed tights.
She’s got the legs to pull off the elfish green tights look. Love the mini dress, love the coat, love everything from ankles above. It’s also hard not to notice that she has such beautiful hair. Not a big fan of peep toe flats though. At first glance I thought she was in a pair of slippers.
Awesome! The teal, grey, and peach–and that beaming smile–look so fresh and springy with that misty background!
Dying with curiosity about the feathers. What is that?
I’m not gonna say I have a problem with the AESTHETICS of her shoe choice, but I hope her feet are warm enough for her. Beauty is NOT pain, and it’s important to take care of your feet (I wouldn’t have liked to see her in a 4-5 inch heel, either).
She looks fabulous! I love the green footless tights. I wonder, though, are her feet cold? That is not a criticism of her outfit or its weather/season-appropriateness. She looks faboo and is a grown woman who can determine whether or not she needs socks.
I’m certain this comment cements me in the “prematurely concerned with matters most often left to the more aged” category…
Shoes are the foundation on which we stand, figureativly and literally. Her foundation is inadequate and it’s causing the whole building to crumble. The shoes look like house slippers and it makes the dress look like pantaloon pajamas and the coat like a ratty, old robe. What happened? Her color palette alone suggests she’s smarter and more sophisticated than that.
I am always struck by the consistent quality of your photographic work – relaxed and formal at the same time, and always there is this intimate hyper connection with your subjects. Love the honest expression from this beautiful girl.
Not a fan of the tights/slippers look (especially not with a fur coat) BUT it’s all groovy, because you spotted her on Park Ave/UES, where it’s extremely rare to see anyone dressed with any originality. That’s what makes me love this picture.
I agree with Jane about the tights and flats. Some of your posts are about fashion and some are about personal style, like this. Stop complaining about the flats in the cold etc. you people and just appreciate an idiocyncratic look! It’s what makes life interesting.
Great style- lovely picture especially because of the haze in the background. Concerning the fur dicussion: I think itÂ´s okay to wear fur if itÂ´s vintage- otherwise itÂ´s better not to wear fur than fake one- that mostly looks cheap!
I really love this outfit! I, too, wish I could see what she is wearing underneath…looks like a lined taffeta bubble dress? With feathers up top? I admit, I’m not a fan of the shoes but oh, well, that’s what makes us all fashionably different. xo