I love the proportion of this lady’s outfit, especially the thin ankles peeping out of the long, voluminous skirt, which has such a sense of comfort about it that’s so intimate and sexy. I admire your work Mr. Sartorialist, and feel that your presence is very much needed here in England!
You’ve got to love Paris! I know Italians have unmistakable style, same as London, but only in Paris do they not seem to have to work at it. It’s like, an innate sense to them. Look at any of the following Paris shots, and they all seem unaware of their total perfect style. This woman may be riding her bike to work, but anywhere in America women riding their bike to work have nothing anywhere near these white leather boots, they’re wearing runners and sport shoes, and whatnot.
France has style you cannot and will not ever reproduce anywhere else!
Congratulations not only on catching this look but in capturing a breathless moment!
i am constantley astounded at the beauty of your shots, the natural light, the unselfconsienceness of your work the obvious love and passion for the subject it all shines through so much more than so many ‘professionals’. I think it is the ‘soul’ you put into your work – anyways i love it
This is very dramatic. She sort of looks like a merry widow, and I mean that in a good way. I do like it, I must say. And she’s loving the bag, its what gives her all that attitude. She’s a beautiful woman.
to anon at 718, go to men.style.com and get all the men’s fix you need. If anything we need more women’s inspiration. It is almost as if men’s fashion is more fun right now. Come on ladies, step up to the plate!
She and the woman in the photo above (as well as many others) both have the same pigeon toed stance. It seems to be a reaction to having a photo taken to turn all girlish and weird. These are such attractive women–it’s a shame they are so uncomfortable being observed or photographed.