This dress is darling, I love the flowers. The picture is really stunning. It looks like a painting, the lighting her porcelain skin and her statuesque pose. So excited to see more from Amsterdam and Copenhagen: two of my fave cities!
hi scott, love to see that you've been in my neighbourhood ( i live on the brouwersgracht in amsterdam ). the best place for spotting beautiful people. i even tried to run into you walking through the Nine streets yesterday and tactically had dinner at a place on a corner so i could see everybody passing by… maybe next time ( pitti uomo ? )i hope you enjoyed amsterdam.
This dress is so lovely and I love the tattoo peaking over her forearm making such a sweet look a bit more edgy. I only wish she were in colored heels, maybe red to match her lips to give this look a pop of color.
I love that she is wearing flats – and I don't like the comments that she should have been wearing heels! Why are heels considered more feminine, more fashion, more whatever? I think the outfit is more idiosyncratic because of the flats; heels would have made it too pat, too costume-y even.
Cute dress and smile! Personally, those shoes make her legs look kind of stocky. I think the right pair of flats would work (i.e., she doesn't need heels), but maybe shoes without a t-strap would elongate her legs a bit more?
Have you noticed how frequently women-of any age- will turn in one foot, or both feet when being photographed by you? According to anthropologist David Givens, "Toes-turned-in posture occurs when someone feels both smitten and somewhat intimidated by you."
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