When I grow older, I want to look as stylish as this special lady! Really…
Molto bravo once again Sart!
P.s I bought your first book not long ago and I realized what a great storyteller you are- through your lense of course! Each picture, a unique character, a fantastical journey into the tales of fashion. Thank you for this!
I also applaud her, though I think the shoes look clownish, and purposely so. That said, I don’t think women of lesser means, whose every article of clothing is not designer, who do not have careers as stylists or reputations as fashion stars, would get much adulation for emulating her look.
what a woman of style! i love it. i will have to google image some shots of her to see what else she wears. i’m inspired to keep dressing uniquely as i get older when i look at women such as this. thanks.
She is fabulous! As a woman of certain age myself, I’m always delighted to see an older person with great style on your blog. The fact that you don’t just shoot 20 year olds is something I’ve always appreciated! Great work!
Those are the ugliest shoes I have ever seen in my life. Yes, I know they are Prada, but come on! There is so much about Prada recently that I would describe as frumpy. If it works, it only works because you know it’s Prada.
Brave lady! What’s style without taking some risks? Would have loved it if she went a brighter coloured headband and smarter looking shoes. Find they almost orthopedic, Prada or not! It’s a fine line between fashionista and cleaning lady…I’m just sayin’!
I don’t understand why everybody refuses to see the reality of this style just because it’s Prada. It’s a cleaning lady look and you can buy this outfit for 15 Euro in any hardware store around Europe. Moreover you will find tons of women looking like this in Milan, you just don’t look at them because they are working in the cleaning business.
She is beautiful but this is a horrible and wrong fashion victim look.