It’s a pity age had to be mentioned, don’t you think?
I enjoy the defiantly twisted scarf and the confidence of wearing this yes-Prada-but-still-unusual-gingham-and-fur combination. It feels like like a new take on a 1950s look. Chic, neat, gorgeous.
RESPECT! This woman, and Scott’s wonderful photograph, speak chapter and verse on the essence of what we- often too casually- refer to as “style”. Thank you both for this extraordinary and inspiring vision!
Who is the woman any way????
She is stunning!!! And her outfit is telling a story.
And I want to know the story.
I would love to see more women dressed uniquely and stylish like that on the street.
Bravo to everybody who is bold and one of a kind like this lady!
Thank you Scott!!
this elegant woman, timeless, stylish and above all, amazingly nice is called Marie D, mixing humility, style, charm, generosity, intelligence, and joie de vivre. that’s the formula for elegance, Marie ticks all the boxes.
She IS awesome. But she must also be very wealthy. Maybe that doesn’t matter, after all there are plenty of extremely rich people who dress badly and of course one should always applaud such creativity, boldness and taste as this beautiful woman displays. Maybe I am envious. But I can’t help but feel it is just a little easier to look good when one has plenty of money…
Scott, it’s a great shot of this wonderfully stylish woman :-) and she is such a refreshing inspiration to all women.
It seems that a while ago you included many more stylish mature women on your blog, so I’m wondering if there’s now less presence of them on the street or perhaps there’s a perception that no-one is interested in them?
Ciao, Linda. xx