Sometimes it doesn’t take much to make trad look less ugly. The gentleman’s tie bar takes it from trad to good style. There are ugly tan suits and nice ones. This is obviously nice. The lady has a smokin’ figure. I’m mostly in the dark about women’s style, but Valantino usually hits the mark. ’50′s and ’60′s Dior is my favorite.
sometimes people don’t want to show their face (as in the dress) which is fine or sometimes it is just a detail I like – often it is only a detail i like. For the suit the whole suit was great and the gentleman was handsome but the photo didn’t do the suit justice but I really only shot the for the tie bar anyway
Both shots are great, but the dress is breathtaking obviously. What I like most about the dress is that it illustrates how certain garments that are so good they seem to float and make you gas still allow for more than one body shape. You don’t have to be shaped like a pencil to look elegant and timeless in this dress.
On the dress: I think comments are somewhat missing the full point. Her bag and shoes are in perfect complement, and her posture is stunning. Without those, the dress would be nice but not great. Her only off-note is the watch, unaccountably too clunky and gold. I hope she was also wearing great sunglasses. Did you know/guess the suit was A&S when you approached the guy?
The gal is one of the best females you’ve photographed. Her ensemble looks amazing, and with her face unknown we can fill in the blank with our own interpretation of who she should look like. Nice posture too!
You talk about class! Ahhhh, bring that style back please!! The woman, the dress, the shoes, the stance….wow… I can’t help it, but those shoes definitely make her legs look great. The less foot you see the better and longer the legs look. And girls, close-toed shoes make your feet look smaller!!