Gosh ! SHE IS SO BEAUTIFULL ! If I was a boy I would intantly fall in love with her. Her hair is very well arranged, her face is perfect, her red jaket is made for her, even the magazine is great. She looks confident.
Is Savitri her name ? It's my second name too. How strange to see an other europeean person with this name. She must have India lovers parents like me.
looks like she has some kind of sheer top underneath that jacket i'd love to see it! but she's beautiful, this is a GREAT outfit… love the combination of neutrals and that pop of color. and lets not forget the hair!
I love the red blazer, it pops out of the picture. Worn like this, with the lapels up, it makes it look rather edgy. I also like the skirt, it is a nice taupe and looks great with the red. She is beautiful, very Italian looking. Interesting to see sandals worn with nylons, I'm never sure of this myself. When I wear sandals, it's always with bare feet.
I love this photo, not only because it captures a lady with tons of elegance, but because she has "more" legs that are normally required as "good" legs..I have larger legs myself, and it's a real dilemma when other parts of one's body do not exactly match! When I was younger I never wore skirts because of that, fortunately the complex is over and she's the perfect example why! <3
Yes ok she's got a face and knows which colours suit her… But that outfit is very dull! The hair, face and jacket (only the colour really though) are great and then it just dies with that dull skirt and those awful tights. The shoes completely dissapear and make no impact at all!
The 80s-vibe in the hair and make-up, and in the vibrancy of the jacket, have always appealed to me; they've always reminded me of the hand-tinted photos of the 20s, somehow. And these fabrics scream quality, if ladylike fabrics scream.
Oh Wow, that is one of the most stunning shots on the blog for a while – lighting, framing, focus, red against blues and greys, flow of movement, the expression.. I could go on. You've excelled yourself Scott, well done! It's what keeps us coming back for more time and again…
Hi, Your blog is really a "public service" I come here every new post, to know what is happenning around the world, when the issue is Fashion, beautiful people. The feeling of belonging to a community with elegance, health and joy, have a good way here. Thank you and your not less talentosa wife. Camille
On second glance, just realized another reason why I love this photo–she's not carrying a bag! She's actually carrying things in her hands, and her rolled-up sleeves accentuate her no-nonsense puposefulness. What a nice change… so many women seem to lean on "it" bags to give themselves glamour. She, however, generates it on her own.
love this chick is she the same one from the "raw edged" shot? If so she is my new favourite person. Her hair would make any outfit fabuloso. And big thanks to anonymous for pointing out her wrist piercing which just proves this lady is no cliche. She is MAD!! Lucky i'm in australia otherwise i might just stalk her….. winnsomesmile.blogspot.com
absolutely lusting over that jacket. Anyone have any ideas as to where its from? Ugh. She's so stylish I bet she pulled it out of her grandmother's closet and got it perfectly tailored. What a cool girl http://thestuffthatibuy.blogspot.com/
Amazing color palette – neutrals: her skin, the skirt, the street, the building; sharp, saturated complementary colors: the red jacket, her red lips, the red hair and lips of the magazine illustration, her blue(!) nail polish, the blue awnings, the blue eyes of the mag illo, the bluish-green paint on the building doors, the same bluish-green on the car; darks: the shadows behind her, the edges of the signs, the muted black of her legs and sandals.
Her attention, fixed intensely on something out of frame, is a parallel for ours on her. Also, the wrist piercing is bananas!
Fascinating ambiguity with the neckline — is she wearing a necklace and a top with an extremely low neckline (hence the modest jacket-front clutch), or is the "necklace" actually the visible trim on an apparently almost-transparent top?
I'm just astounded you captured this, because it's so perfectly composed it looks like a setup.