Fantastic! Love the mix of sweaters, and the colors are divine. It looks very casual and comfortable, and a bit carefree, but still so soft and fun and flattering. Is that a black coat with brown tones? Love it.
that fedora or ish is definately darling in these chilly weathers either you go outing or commute to and from office on the way but i would pull down the front crown a bit of amount just right above my eyebrows and besides i would pair it with slacks intead of jeans. wear my db under some down jacket or fieldjacket and scarf stuffed within. boots are another strict code you should stick with and never play any tricks with. ooh and a sidenote is that no heavy or too long a cardie for chaps however the girl has been doing a lovely job mixing.
I live in an area where many young women seem to think that “dressing for winter” means “putting an inadequate bit of polarfleece over a thin shirt, throwing on a scarf, and then standing around shivering miserably and complaining about the weather.” So it’s nice to see someone layering with aplomb–and looking happy in the winter sunshine!
(M. Da Chump–not sure whether to applaud or groan at that pun! :))
How can she wear that many layers and not look bulky? Seems to me she’s wearing a t-shirt, sweater, cardigan and jacket and still manages to look both slim and comfortable. On others this would be bulky and lumpy and not at all elgant. So kudos to her!
I absolutely adore your blog, it’s been a huge inspiration for me, your photos are great and I start my day at work with checking if there are any new posts:) It would be great if you could come to Poland one day! I started my blog today and I want to dedicate it to Tricity, a place in Poland where I live, and show others that our streets are also inspiring and Poland is worth visiting:) All the best!! Magda
Looks to be a beautiful hat of fine quality. Could be a Borsalino from their rainproof Alessandria line ( I think you can just see the gold Borsalino logo on the bow knot of the ribbon) And this lady knows how to wear it. I love that she’s left the brim up.
No offence, but I hate it whenever someone references Indiana Jones whenever looking at a brown fedora. I know it’s iconic now, but the quality of the replicas and the personal style of the people who wear them thinking ‘Indy’ is usually pretty awful.
What a fine hat! It must be vintage. And how clever to layer two sweaters so that she can get by with that little light coat…although obviously its very warm out,as that outfit would not work for actual below freezing weather.
Scott, I love this photo but what I really love is how flattering all your shots are. You seem to bring the inside of each person out in such a lovely way.
Now all I have to do is figure out a way to become stylish enough for you to want to photograph me, should you ever come back down to Melbourne and should I ever not be pushing my kids around in a pram but instead be posing effortlessly in some nice light in some cool doorway down on Greville Street!
Quite a selfish thought to have I suppose but to be captured like that would be wonderful indeed! Ahhh, one can dream. Thank you for your blog!
Yeah she is Margherita I saw her many times
already . Must be a Sartorialist favourite! She s one of
the “cool kid”in Milan and I know she is a stylist too.
Beein cool, selfconfident and with a smart smile
Like that is better than any Anna dello Russo obvious freak expensive look.
Keep on Scott!