I’m sorry to dispute fellow commenters above, but I don’t find anything at all simple or effortless about the lady’s extraordinary sense of style. The combination of elements, colour, pattern, shapes, tailoring, draping, and proportion displayed here is extremely sophisticated and obviously very well accomplished. The unusual cut of the drop-pleated trousers alone would take a paragraph to adequately assess. And the two different scarves (one mesh, one an ikat print – look again) worn interlayered over sailor stripes is nothing short of brilliant.
The bag is perfect – big enough to look like ‘now’, but not so monstrous that it will soon look like ‘yesterday.’ Wouldn’t we all like to see her shoes?
If, as the post title indicates, the lady is indeed an illustratrix, I would not be surprised to find that her artwork displays the same uncommon subtlety and attention to detail seen here in her dress sense.
Thank you for another shot of a glamorous, stylish woman smiling! I just can’t understand the penchant for beautiful women to look so surly as in the ‘intimidation’ picture below. You look gorgeous! Enjoy it!
I am tied of seeing people write: “This is how I want to look when I am older” or “This is how I want to look in 10 years”. It’s rather a back-handed compliment. (You look good for an aging person!) So just say they look great and shut up about the rest.
She has a lovely open face, great photos and great style. She actually even resembles you. You are right, she is to be admired for being able to take pictures in those high heels!
I hope that one day you will come to the LIF (Lima Fashion Week) Week in Peru! gaining fame and great designers each year!