Long skirts and flats are so wonderfully light and comfortable in summer. I doubt I would wear them with a crop top (too much of a statement for me, it attracts too much attention I guess), yet I do enjoy it as worn here.
The handkerchief hemline is not my personal taste but this woman’s look is undeniable lovely. I also usually don’t like tan and black paired, so there is another opinion I’ve had reshaped! The elegant simplicity in the lines of her shoes, bag, outfit and hair contrast well with the detail of the earrings. Fabulous.
No, I didn’t confuse that; the difference between the shadow and the skirt is obvious. But it is more correct to describe it as a large scalloped hem. Tis not a handkerchief hem. Regardless of correct descriptions, the fall of the fabric is quite beautiful!
Wow, she looks gorgeous, but do most people dress this beautifully during the day in Italy? Because I’m going there for the first time in a few months and really don’t want to stand out as an ugly American.
The “Ugly American” is a ghastly ancient trope. Forget worrying about your appearance… embrace who you are!
Even some Italians look atrocious! OK, not, a lot. But notice what is the clothes and what is the attitude. I’m envying you!
Makes one wonder what kind of gelato she savoured. Pistacchio(green) or Stracciatella (white w/ black dots)? Or both… Perhaps I speak for a few mortals….its a “breath of fresh air” to see someone sans phone, “sometimes”. Great foodie/fashion shot, Scott… =) xo
like a lot of the comments — I loved everything about this, including the gelato cone instead of a cell phone or a cigarette, the flat sandals instead of scarifying high heels, the ease and fluidity of her clothes and her posture.
Elegant simplicity. I love her hair, a simple bun.. with great statement earrings. Her crop top, skirt and flat sandals are perfect to set everything off. She has the figure and posture to wear this well.