Nice look! These yellow cabs everywhere make me dream of a place where cabs would be yellow, phonebooths and letter box would be London red and buses would be green (a wee bit more saturated than in Paris.
Hello, today I've visited your blog for the first time and I totally felt in love with your photos! For example I like this one very very much! I'm sorry for the bad english, I'm italian and not so good. :) Congratulation again! Chiara.
i don't think there is one piece of clothing on this woman that i do not love. excuse me while i go scour the internet looking for a more economically sound was to rock this ensemble (as she's walking around on the upper east side, it's hard for me to think this look cost her less than $1000 haha).
This girl looks so chic. The sequins and the soft coat is an amazing combination. She definitely reminds me of a character from Gossip Girl but a little more mature and cool. The raybans add mystery and class to the outfit.
This photo is different because she appears to be unhappy. Whether she is or isn't isn't our business. It stands out in contrast to so many others who appear (but may not truly be) happy. Interesting that one picture brings up so many associations.
Very put together–if she were 50-something. This outfit seems too rich for a WASPy blonde and slight woman in her 30s or even 40s. It's just one flashy element too many. When you have good looks and body, you don't need to load it on. Unless she's Italian or Brazilian. Cute boots, great bag.
Wow, she definitely dressed on the right side of her closet that morning! The outfit looks fabulous on her!! The color combination is brilliant, and what's even cooler is the way she carried herself with that look on her face — despite the freezing cold weather in new york!! Or maybe the shot was captured at THE perfect moment when not even a slight indication of her being freezing cold was present :) Congratulations, Sartorialist!
This is the first shot in a while that seems genuine, like you really just crossed paths with her on the street. Now, I understand that this may not be the case, but it feels that way! And it's refreshing!
This outfit has great potential, but the cliched rich-girl hair and makeup, along with the excessive "polish" of the ensemble as a whole (real boots have scuff marks!), strip away any cool it might possess.
Who ever thought classic could be so Revolutionary..? Her hair and legs of course add fantastic proportion to her accessories. I love the angles, the colors- and I can almost touch the textures of the various fabrics she has combined. That capturing is the work of the Photographer..;) Lovely.
i love all the elements of her outfit (they all vye for your attention in some way), but i'm particularly impressed with the simplicity of her black scarf – it just ties the whole thing together. J'adore!
This is one of my favourite ever looks snapped by Scott. As someone else said, it is the layering of similar colours within different textures, set off by the black. Amazing. I loved it so much I linked it to my blog. http://thebeautyphilosopher.wordpress.com/
PS I hope it is okay to link my blog? I have credited the image.