I gotta say, clean look, but I don’t find the appeal. It doesn’t stand out much to me, it’s fairly common around Milan. But I agree that simple is good, I had 2 posts about that, simple clean looks, on my blog yesterday even. Nice pic tho. Cheers.
I saw her, and my first reaction, was wait a minute this woman is not an European. She looks remarkably like so many of the women here in Colorado, like she doesn’t skip on food and runs marathons like other people go window shopping. Lucky her to be gone the summer of fires. I hope she’s enjoying smoke free air—and take your time Lila- this summer our state is not an outdoor paradise.
Literally no fancy pants! Simplicity working at its best. Scott I really like that you shoot girls full body, we get to see their shoes, PLEASE do the same with guys, there are some shoe fetishists around!
She is like Lara Croft! I don’t like the proportions in this outfit, I don’t think the shoes goes together with that short skirt. The skirt should be either longer, far lover than the knee, OR really short and slim, OR she could wear that skirt but with ballerinas. I don’t know but some how this doesn’t work in my eyes at all. Beautiful she is anyway, and nice hair.
The skirt is absolutely perfect length and shape. So is she she is a very well proportioned short woman. Very pretty and very self assured. I love the wayfarers. My absolute favorite kind of sunglasses.
@ Lucia and N; Yes, I agree with you all. She should pull up her skirt. Its riding wayyyyyyy low, and its meant to be at her waist. Its elongating her waist and shortening her legs. I don’t think she is aware it has sagged low like it has. But thats just one detail. Everything else is pure class, No?
blogandthecities, thats why she is in the one in the Sartorialist. Never have understood why people feel the need to tell what they would have worn when the subject is what SHE is wearing.
Heels are beautiful, but classy? I don’t know. Don’t you think wearing high heels often makes one look like they are trying too hard?
what I’m saying is that with HER proportions IN MY OPINION she’d look better (and classier) with a nice pair of heels. Or wedges, if you prefer. It’s not just the look , it’s how it looks ON YOU, and it’s not just about fashion, it’s about one’s physical. Don’t you think so?
no offense, i think this look is hideous! the look does not flatter her body type. The shirt does not fit her upper body well; the sinch skirt is lacking a belt or should be worn a little higher around her actual waist; the sandals are nice, however don’t compliment the look as a whole; the bracelet on one hand, watch on the other should be worn with a different outfit; and I guess I will end with the only decent piece to this look: the handbag! Great vibrant color, and well suiting for running quick errands or a lunch date.
I like her outfit. I dislike the way it fits her, but the colors are so good it makes up for it.
Her stance and expression that somehow reminds me of the books and tv shows that have the stereotypical “I can do everything myself” heroines. Its overdone. Lets face it, she has no physical intimidation to offer, so why pretend? I would rather see a girl be coy then this irritating phony toughness. None of which detracts from the outfit or the photo.
I think I agree with the poster on the last photograph that said he was tired of there being so few manly men. I think maybe we really do need more girls who are honest enough to act girly.