aww she's adorable, she reminds me of my grandma, who's always dressed very well.
i love how she melds form and function. often times, even if people are dressed really nicely, they don't put much thought into the other items . . . i.e. the string holding up her reading glasses, her cane. but here she picked the prettiest cane haha. awesome.
From the top of her head to the tip of her cane, this is a well thought out look-she's even got her extra pair of glasses around her neck. I'll be she has a fully charged cell phone, a packet of kleenex and a little box of mints in her purse too.
My wife often says that when we retire, we'll need to keep a flat in Paris so that she can be one of the many older women you see walking around in heels and chic outfits. The lady in this picture is fabulous.
I love her walking stick, there is a chemist beside where I live that stocks them and I am always enamored by them every time I go in! The more I look at the picture, the more I love the colour and texture of her coat!
haha, love the cane! i noticed this when I was in Paris with a broken foot, having to make do with my ugly grey NHS issue crutches. Parisians with crutches/canes have really cool ones – ergonomically designed in fabulous colours. I was so jealous!
I have the same scarf (and IÂ´m 27), it was a gift from a kenyan friend. I love it!! It was handmade by Nairobi women in a workproject. Mine has a bit different colours. I wonder wherever she got hers. She anyway makes a good point that beauty and style has no age limit!