Amazing! Such a gorgeous woman, and great play of proportion and heavy/light fabrics. I love the way the shearling cropped jacket gives her a waist with that dress, and the shoes (I think Ferragamo) are terrific!
very cute girl. not loving the combo of black/grey/brown/tan. just doesn’t work for me. and i can’t figure out the temperature from these pics…some people in sundresses and nothing else, the following entry in a light jacket, and this girl is in shearling and leggings and the whole bit as if its winter. either the weather is really variable, or people need to learn that nothing looks particularly fashionable out of season.
CUTE hair. Whenever I see a cute crop like this I am so tempted to go short short again. She looks great. I like mix of dark tights and softer coloured clothing. I can so see that Meg Ryan thing – her smile and eyes particularly.
To answer your question, anonymous “either the weather is really variable, or people need to learn that nothing looks particularly fashionable out of season” The weather has been shifting very quickly the last couple of weeks, one day it’s 20 degrees celcius, the next it’s 8-10 degrees… at least here in the south of Sweden, but I’m pretty sure it’s the same in Stockholm.
As for anonymous 2:28 pm said. The weather here in Scandinavia (Sweden, Norway and Denmark) makes it so hard to dress. These days when it’s spring it’s really really cold in the morning, and during the day it could eather get varm and nice or just very windy and cold. Every morning you have to try to predict the weather, cause not always the weather reports are nearly correct.
As for wearing heels in Scandinavia, ecsesially Norway, its also hard because the streets have hills, not strait and flat as almost everywhere in Manhattan. In addition to that we have the paving stone in random places, that ruins great heels.
I find it so much easier to get to use all my cool clothes while visiting New York, here only half get used :(