She is a bit of Ireland in Milan. I am so attracted by this picture because it reminds me the amazing time I spent in Dublin (I miss that city), and because she looks quite similar to a dear friend of mine… I can’t stop watching! A special note to her glasses, fashionable but not too ordinary (as big nerd glasses are)
love it when readheads don’t wear pink or red. she has great style and doesn’t look like it took her too much time to dress. a bit tomboy-ish. her colour sense reminds me of tilda swinton another very very stylish redhead.
Breathtaking – a real redhead with her porcelain skin. A beautiful woman. I would have preferred to see a looser, wider bottom to her silhouette for some edginess, although she does look neat and slender in her jeans. The colours are lovely and gentle. She’s gorgeous.
Her hair is fantastic, and she did a good job with wearing this bottle-green jacket. gives it so much deepness. This hair should not have a competition in colour. Just perfectly matched. I’m impressed.
She really knows how to compliment her red hair, it looks stunning. I absolutely love her colour choices, and this really shows the importance of material as well. The velvet makes it look magical, enchanting.
i suggest she puts a gold “button”(my english is a bit limited on such themes) to enlight the jacket. I did with my own green velvet jacket(actually i took them from a Marine jacket) and that really gives it a special thing..details change everything i believe.
This photo has a different feel than your other photos. amazing clear/focus. new camera? Did you take this through a window – I seem to see a reflection/glare across her forehead? I think this is one of your best ones yet.
The red and green are really lovely but what gets me is the gray and green. Lovely combination and the fit on everything is perfect. As for the brooch, anyone who would look at that and judge her less for having brooch from topshop from two years ago is far from a fashion setter and of no importance.
Velvet is my favourite fabric ! The green is beautiful, almost regal…I can see a Queen like Anna Boleyn in the 16th Century walking in a dress made in the same colour and fabric… The girl has royal hair too …fierce !! Love that little detail of the pear brooch…
The simplicity of her black pants and grey top emphasise the luxurious fabric and colour of her jacket. I love her tiny blue clutch tonally matches. Her (amazing!) loose hair and the spectacles prevent her looking too dramatic. Great post, Sart. May I add how happy I am that today is the beginning of a wonderful new era of hope and that America has a new First Lady who is beautiful, elegant, modern and supremely stylish, yet is clearly so much more than her clothes?
She is delightful! You've really been inspiring me a lot, lately. My favorite three photos in a long while are this, the woman with the striped stockings & yellow coat, and the older, grey haired woman with the gorgeous monochromatic ensemble of pewter and earth-tone grays. It's all very invigorating. Thank you.
she’s like a pre-raphaelite vision… ethereal and stunning.
yet, there is something about the pin that throws the look off. i would prefer the outfit’s simplicity without the brooch. or with a vintage gold brooch. (however, who knows, it may hold sentimental value or have a deeper story/meaning, which totally transcends my superficial, purely aesthetic judgments..)
This photo is absolutely stunning, extremely well done as usual, something out of a fairy tale. Her jacket looks so luscious and her hair my goodness! Beautiful skin, lovely glasses, very honest and humble.
To “The Fashion Setter” that was straight up the dumbest comment I’ve seen here yet. I would be ashamed of myself if I judged someone’s pin like that, as if it matters where it’s from or how old. You know nothing about this girl or her choice in clothing and accessories and seemingly nothing about style either from that comment alone. I normally check out comment’s blogs but rest assured you will receive no traffic from me.
Everything is just so harmonious with each other, truly bringing out her features. The voluminous hair, light glowing skin and the shape of her body are all apparent. The more mellow darker lighting also brings a somber and sophisticated mood to this portrait.
Beautiful…it reminds me of a friends wedding. She had a naturally redder shade of hair, and worked for a fashion house at the time. They made her a green velvet jacket with gold embroidery, worn over a softly drapped cream dress…that was over thirty years ago.
this is worthy of a campaign on all billboards of the world so that everyone can admire all the beauty there is in this photo and your unique talent of capturing such precious images. this is a priceless photo and it seems to be from another time and another place (like a painting) but modern and relevant for today’s world- and btw, i love that pear brooch!!
I’ve never been a fan of the color green, but everytime I see pictures like this it reminds me that I gotta wear more green, since it is so beautiful together with my haircolor. yes, I got the same color as the girl in the pic, just that hers is a bit more faded than mine. I gotta wear green! *makes an mental-note*