Sure, it's definitely about the hair but…look at how she's working that Whole Foods bag with that pink maxi and still look good? That's even more noteworthy. It's a simple sartorial triumph! xx from Soleil
I watched a DVD called Good Hair last week. It satisfies my curiosity of African-American women's hair. It's a very interesting and funny document movie. Her hair is beautiful. I like big hair. You blog reminds me how important hair are. Thank you!
I love her hair. Your previous blog where you point out the importance of hair and accessories is exemplified here. The colorful shopping bag, the pink toenails, and the great hair all make this out. Yes the pink dress is nice, but it is so much better with these accompaniments.
Seriously, Scott, where and HOW do you find these shots? You see the world through a different lens than I do. Yours is more whimsical, beautiful, artistic, with an attention to detail. I assume that's who you ARE, since like attracts like. Anyway, well done, you. I am inspired to find a similar lens. It makes daily life so much more interesting.
I love her look – all of it, the colors, the maxi, the sandals the bag, even the back drop – where she is – perfect! There is ease of Beauty, and all the time int eh world! For African Americans, our natural hair is back- it comes in all forms, hers adored by many, clearly – mine, locked – all forms, beautiful, honorable.
I love the hair. The texture is great and while she's standing still, you can imagine how it moves when she walks. Also, at first glance I thought she was texting. On closer look, the orange in her hand really pops against the background. Great shot
It has nothing to do with summer colours, nail polish, or fruits she's holding in her hand. It's not even the dress. It's her because she's beautiful and charismatic at the same time. That's a rare combination and if you have beautiful hands and toes also, you can afford wearing 2 different nailpolishs on your hands respectively on your feet.
OMG! My sister and I saw her last weekend when we were walking up Broadway in SoHo. We both commented on her beautiful hair. I so hope this look comes back in style and African American women can finally stop spending fortunes on straighteners and weaves, because this natural look is so beautiful!
We’ve come a long way baby! There was a time(not that long ago) when hair like that was put down. Today, I was thrilled how many people posted that they LOVED the hair! She’s gorgeous, her hair is delish! She’s like a very young Tina Turner. Hot, innocent, and unaware of her charms. Chapeau!