I think it’s great that this outfit is bold without being overdone. Some people (shudder) would pair the zebra skirt with neon pink or a hideous green. The way it’s done here, the skirt is the main piece, even with the purple color of the tights.
This eclectic look really works on her – she combines cosy, comfy and mod perfectly.
And I love that her boots come up to (what I consider) the perfect height on her shin – the boot height vs exposed knee/upper leg ratio is very important. Get it wrong, and it can make one look a little stumpy!
Very nice color scheme: olive, navy with graphic black and white. The 3-quarter, raglan-sleeve, cropped jacket is particularly chic; almost looks like a capelet. The scarf looks tediously tied though and it covers too much of her pretty face.
She looks elegant, modern and groovy. The demure navy and khaki make a perfect foil for the wild and wicked skirt, and the proportions are superb. So self-possessed! I bet she had an excellent time the day she wore this concoction, quite apart from having the Sart bail her up and immortalise her.