After living in Milan for many years, when I see your photos it takes me back to the days when I would walk around some of the back street and see some of the most intriguing styles on everyday people. In particular this shot it took me back and I don't know why?
This may be one of my favorite looks that I've seen on your site. I think classic simplicity is more interesting and charming than anything over the top these days. It reminds me of Audrey Hepburn, and no one (in my opinion) can out do her.
I love this look. OK, enough gushing. The thin material gathered in nice pleats in the bodice is great, then the slight flare of the skirt bottom. Makes me think 1960's again, not the mod part, but the square part. I also like the color, the slightest blue. She cuts through all the sweetness with the tapestry bag.
I am a follower of your blog, and it goes without saying how much I enjoy it. I felt compelled to comment today after watching an interview with you ( sorry forgot where I found the link ). After the interview I had to say how much I appreciate what you do and now how you do it. What you say about creativity and inspiration resonates with any creative person. Great work
The simplicity of this dress is refreshing – I'd want to wear it while eating strawberries and cream at a picnic. I found your Style.com interview fascinating, but just wanted to pick up on one point. Although I agree that many Style bloggers can appear limited or repetitive in what they post, one should not write off all style bloggers. There are some really unique ones out there. Some are very well known, and others less so. Have you, for example, come across british blogger Clothes, Cameras and Coffee (clothescamerasandcoffee.blogspot.com) or Norwegian blogger Barbro Anderson (barkatt-barbro.blogspot.com)?
she is too cute! what i especially love about this outfit is that i feel it tells something about her personality. on the outside she appears very innocent and girly (the dress and shoes), but she can be quite wild sometimes with a bubbly personality (her bag). i absolutely adore this…
this girl's beauty and simplicity should serve as inspiration for a lot of young girls out there (shamefully, I'm sometimes included in this category) trying to look older than they really are. this shot perfeclty catches the real essence of beauty.
This could be straight out of the 1950s with the Italian peasant dresses and Sofia Loren with the little tennis shoes and everything. This is the best of Italy, the simplicity that allows beauty to speak for itself.
I like how timid she looks. Like she's shying away from the camera. Part of it is the pose and part of it's the clothing. Shots like these remind me of how revealing fashion can be, even when people use it to cover themselves up.
Scott – You take extraordinary portraits. Although the exteriors are exquisitely captured, you also capture a part of the subject's inner selves. This particular subject is spring and girliness personnified.
Coincidentally I was just thinking about my favorite dress when I was teenager. The shape is like this dress, with two side pockets (a must for me). Made from Japanese light cotton in light Lavender color with small Dots motif. The best seamstress in town made it for me.