The proportions and the layering are spot on. Gold shoes are awesome too. Another look for only the slim, but refreshing to look at. Fabrics look of high quality, did you find that Moscovites (sp?) tend to buy quality over quantity? Jorge from W Palm Beach
This is exactly how to do this season’s monochrome looks – variation of textures, shades and a chic silk scarf that reflects her own colouring. Very cool, i like this look a lot. These Moscow girls are sharp, i’ve learnt a lot from looking at your photos, Sart, hope there’s more to come.
Very basic but nothing wrong with that…it’s refreshing to see ‘everyday’ people … I was starting to get a bit paranoic about what (not) to wear each morning – just looking at all these perfect people here left me with a feeling of greyness and mainstream about myself …
I really like the top proportion if the jacket and layering… but then the volume on the bottom is not so great. It’s great since she is obv. not afraid to wear whatever she wants on the bottom… but from a studied perspective a tighter bottom is deemed as looking more polished….
I like that your photographs and your subjects are showing that tension (cigarettes,steal/suspicious gaze, gray, gray, gray) and the billowing softness that seems to overflow in spite of the harshness (pink plush lips, flowing fabric, round silhouettes).
I really like this outfit but it’d really pop with a change of footwear. The color of the shoes is parfait, but I wish there was a heel on them. Switch out the shoes to an open-toed bootie and this outfit would rock the Casbah . . .
I’m afraid to say that I’m not all that sold on this one – I rarely wear colours but even I find this a little drab. I do however like the slight twist the scarf gives, a bit of interest. I do really like the shoes, they’re often a style too masculine to pull off but these are more sophisticated than most due to their colour and toe shape.
why is it that in moscow and other countries, many different shapes and sizes and materials of pants can be widely accepted as fashion-forward, yet in america we’ll often get stuck on one pant as the uniform, such as the skinny leg jean? i don’t know…
That is the jacket I’ve been looking for! I need a jacket for biking in that’s still chic, and can be paired dresses and heels or jeans and tennies, depending. I love the sleeve length (I’ve got a new pair of elbow length wool gloves…) and that the hood extends down into a yoke at the neckline.
love shoes! men style shoes are my favourite for several seasons. that’s all about my mom, she never reads fashion magazines but always feels fashion trends. that’s amazing. I thing that’s because she was young in Soviet Union when there was only one magazine – Burda. Want to be in fashion? Create!
This is the kind of thing I love about your site: seeing a real person in an outfit that kind of shouldn’t work, but somehow completely does. (Plus, the technical precision of your photos – always a pleasure.)