Ok, I know this is a quite serious streetstyle blog, that everyone comments on style, proportions, textures and that it has an amazing phtographs. But I have to say this: the first thing I thought when I saw this particular picture was “Tiiiiiiiininini-tiniiii-ni-Can’t touch this!”
Yeah, MC Hammer! Anyway, your pictures always remind me of music. I don’t know why, but they do. And I love it.
scott,congratulations firstly for all the accolades.
secondly, you transport me to new york with all your pictures..i love every one of ‘em..i can sit anywhere in the world and feel like i am in new york and i am new york!
this girl..has it so sorted..so effortless and uber cool!
she looks so relaxed, breezy, and just an overall essence I want to capture for myself! Thank you for this photo, I can feel summer nearing closer…Berlin- where is the sun?! Glad to see things heating up in NYC
I am so moved by all of the wonderful comments people make on your site. It is true..Your photos are so masterfully done..but what touches me most are the lovely and positive responses to the everyday, real faces and clothing of people on the street all over the world. Hardly, do I read a negative comment. When there is so much criticism and low self-image in this world, it is such a breath of hope to read that beauty is all around and in so many forms. Thank You..Appreciation and kindness should always be in style.
well…not a fan of the “look” at all, I think it’s terrible in fact, but what really stands out to me is her terrible posture. Mind you I do love her beauriful red hair and she seems to have an oddly serene look on her face. The image as whole is quite pleasing too…as usual!
Fun!!! I can imagine how pleasant it was to slip on something so simple to compose and wear and so interesting to look at. She looks so fresh and effortless and carefree, and so chic at the same time. And bravo to dress sense that betrays a sense of humor. People are so graceful when they don’t take themselves too seriously. That’s real confidence right there.
One hing is to have style and other is to harve nervs and still go outside as if you were still on bed, my God she looks sick, the pants are nice..but they require style and glamour to be worn properly, not every person who looks “unique ” in the streets is because the got style
@une chatte grise, merci…because of Scott’s great work, some comments just seem to write themselves…btw, I was fortunate to be at the New York Dolls show at the South Street Seaport a few years ago….Johansen/Sylvain–ageless rock- n-rollers.