gorgeous pieces. I absolutely love the skirt (could be a dress?). The color is beautiful as well as the material and pattern. The red sweater is lovely too and just the entire outfit. I wish I could dress like her. Great style.
Wow ! This is wonderfull ! I simply love every thing about this photo ! The colors, the fantastic bright light, the composition, the outfit itself, the girl ! She looks pretty cool. This is Paris how I like it : a natural sens of style, pleasure in getting dressed, freshness, refinement, easy elegance… and sun ! Inspiring…
I don't normally like this colour orange on anyone… but somehow the mix between the heavy orange fabric with the light pink dress works. However, I don't like her glasses. When I see glasses this big of late, I have to question whether they are just for show and not actually needed.
The sweater is lovely. And I love her glasses. I love glasses like that. I often wish I could pull them off, but it takes someone who is very confident in their style to avoid looking like some kind of wanna-be.
She has done a splendid job here, since they suit her look so perfectly.
For once I just don't get it. To me it just looks as she went down my local Age Concern shop (while still in her nightie) and grabbed a handful of stuff. And the position of the earmuffs makes it look as though she has a fake beard from a joke shop! Two things redeem this look – 1) As is the case in 99.9% of Sart's photos, the subject is stunningly beautiful and 2) Because I often dress like a bag lady, it makes me feel better! x
I've been staring and staring at the fasteners on her sweater, and I think they are the kind of large snaps that have little holes around the edges (You can see where they're sewn on, they're silver but the threads make them look like they're patterned).
I'd love to see this cardi closed, just to get the total effect and see how the collar lies; it's one of the most interesting design details on a sweater that I've ever seen. Wish I felt like I was svelte enough to pull off something this bulky. It looks terrific on her, the color and the length are both great.
The peachy skirt/dress over leggings/pants is another cool layering technique I admire, but I don't know that I could pull it off, myself. Food for thought, though….
The comments on this photo bring up a question about how the colors in the pictures come across on different computers. I see a pretty much true red in the sweater and beige in the skirt, but others see orange and peach. It really affects how I react. I would find orange and peach interesting, red and beige not so much. Now about the outfit – my first reaction was a "confused jumble" and still don't see much redeeming about it.
The lovely cardigan is from H&M from a couple of years ago. I have it in grey and love it. I removed the buttons though, since it looks much better open than closed. The way the sun hits the buttons make them look better than they really are. Cheapy, metal snap buttons. Beautiful girl and outfit!
I have this cardigan, and it looks great the way this girl is wearing it. When you button it, though, it just looks weird. The problem is, it closes with snaps that are sewn on to the chunkiest part of the collar. This makes the whole front of the cardi really …ahem…stand out when it's closed.