This is great. I remember doing a lot of window-shopping on that street as a student!
I recall some readers lamenting the lack of men on this blog: the male-female divide seems about equal to me. Besides, it's incredible and surprising how much inspiration a man can take from women's clothing, and viceversa.
Call me a traditionalist but I'm really not seeing feeling the masculine-look women have been rocking lately. This is not attractive. I think in the 20's it stood for something but now it just doesn't make sense. I just watched the movie, Charade last night with Carey Grant and Audrey Hepburn and it just amazed me how Audrey exudes this femininity that is lost so much today…I can say the same for men though as there are not many Cary Grants walking around either but she looked amazing. Anyhow, this woman has a very creative look and props on the shades!
This is an awesomely dressed person. :) Their gender is IRRELEVANT, as it should be. And stop saying "boyfriend blazer." That is just another way to undermine a person's right to "own" a piece of clothing as an extension of themselves. love this blog, btw…