Lovely. A great example of how a good short haircut can elevate a whole outfit. Imagine how much less interesting this would be if she had, say, long hair in a pony tail. I wish more American women would dare to go short.
The hair is great. Makes California blondes jealous. Dark hair with pale skin is truly beautiful. I hope that blue or green eyes are hiding behind those shades. Breathtaking. But, I wish she’s lose the cigarette. Really kills it for me.
where to start really… the photo in itself is pretty amazing. but the main focus, this italian ragazza, can she be any more fun? & I must agree with the comments regarding this hairstyle…just great. She is going to the cinema later tonight to watch a french film.
It’s like you caught her under a beautiful spotlight, Sart. I know she looks beautiful … and the camel colored scarf is to be commended, but it’s your photography that’s wowing me here. The lighting is exceptional.
Having been viewing your photos for two years now, I can safely say that you’re really growing in this art. I’m jealous!
Sart…this photo is all about how you have captured the light so magnificently. I believe the subject could be anything–although she is too cool for words–and the “anything” would be striking in your light. Thanks for the great blog–
Great photo: the light and the low angle work nicely while the person in the middle ground suggests a crowd and the building is the perfect backdrop for the “girl in the city” atitude. And what an attitude! She makes camel look interesting. My first thought was of Kirsten Dunst too–I wonder why. My second thought was of Jean Seberg, not in Breathless but in Bonjour Tristesse, a sartorial must-see…
menudo estilo!!!!!!!!!, aunque las waifarer, estean ya un pcoo demasiado vistas, y todo por culpa de su rapida aceptacion por gente que no sabe como llevarals, y es una pena, porque le daban un toque cool a cualquier estilismo, aunque fuese un estilismo de andar por casa.
Gafas a reinvindicar, las redondas!! y una marca, Karen Walker, las gafas mas style!!
That hair! The next time I go short, I must bring in this picture. It is so cool and perfect, classic and basic as well. The Ray Bans are great with the look–it’s ladylike, but with an edge. I agree with a previous poster–something about her expression is very Jean Seberg in “Breathless.” Nice photo!
Great hair! If I had that amount of hair…. Anyway, is she an asian girl? somehow the form of the face and the guy beyond her let me think this. I wonder what she wears under the coat. I like the pattern of the skirt either.
Love the light at this time of year….you have captured it beautifully. Nice use of aperture too. She is a brillant example of great personal stye, and of how the Italians manage to accessorise with class. If an English girl were to carry that bag it would inevitably look gaudy. Am not sure about the fabric of the coat though.
It’s pictures like these that make me incredibly antsy in front of the bathroom mirror with the hair scissors, fingering my long-ish locks, and wondering whether I should just go for it.
Beautiful. I like the slightly shorter sleeve length on the jacket – I tend to think it lengthens and streamlines the arms. Funny, because on the other hand there’s nothing that makes legs look stumpier than capri pants.
Her large bag and artfully wrapped scarf, and short coat–so feminine. Then the boyish cut–that’s what gives her an edge. I don’t mind the sunglasses. We have been copying old sunglass styles since “Risky Business” came along in 1983 and resurrected the 50s.
The natural light is amazing! The angle of the photo is really nice. I like how she pops out against the blurred background. Her haircut suits her her small frame. Love her shearling coat and how she twisted her scarf.
This is one of my favorite shots. I like everything about her, her style and looks and she looks so happy in her own skin. I don’t think we older women look good in cropped hair like hers. I did when younger.
Funny how everyone loves the sunglasses and haircut, because I CANNOT STAND IT. I said it before, and i’ll say it again, those Ray Bans are O-V-E-R. The haircut is a hideous fad, just like Agyness Deyn. There is absolutely nothing chic about it.
i always look at a picture and notice the different hues and color. the picture is itself all tonal, nothing burned or black. exceptional work with the hues of blue in the northwest corner, showing blue-white gradient. the shadows around the buildings windows show depth of perception and the angle the building is on is spot on. as far as the main subject of the piece, i say the bag is the main focus. everything has color on and around her except the bag, a dull yet vibrant patent black. it looks like it was photoshopped in. and yes, i love the camel scarf. cant say much else about what shes wearing. i hope im making some sense, my 1st comment on your BLOG! :D