The first things I saw were her air of quiet confidence, great wavy hair, beautifully paired-down top with the black sunglasses and bag. Then I saw her skirt, which I don’t personally like; but it really doesn’t matter – as always, it’s all about attitude.
Wow that skirt could so easily have looked cheap but she has styled it and it suits her so very well that it looks anything but maybe it is not in the individual pieces but the style of the individual as a whole x
Every thing is simply elegant and sofisticated. The bluse and the printed skirt so adjusted with that slim and sbelter figure. I love those dark heels. very sexy the sunglasses with the lunar in her face and his beautiful hair.
as i scrolled down for a split second i thought she was topless. to me, this is a great way of looking very sexy without playing the usual cards. bravo to her, and what a great shot from you, scott.
There is amagic moment when I enter your site dear Sartorialist.
The photo is not yet downloaded but the place it was taken is.
So, when it reads Milan, I am getting so very anxious to see what you got for us.
This time again it was rewarding. A very nice outfit, a really amazing figure. Makes girls envious, guys tempted. And the photo is mysterious, does not make the lady look like a model for a fashion editorial, it’s just an elegant person walking down the street.
I like the men on the background. Although they are blurry you can see that they enjoy the view. About Ms. Carisi; nice to see that such a “trashy” print can look stylish. Is there a glimp of red on the sole of her shoes (Louboutin)?
Love all the elements going on here.
The sinuous and sensuous silhouette combined with the python print, the hair, the big sunglasses.
Sexy with a bit of mystery thrown in. Itâ€™s simple and itâ€™s all done right.
Flat outstanding. As if one needed it, you’ve got those two gents in the upper right giving one the “gentleman’s vouch” from the front. Yes, she’s pretty (duh!) but more importantly she does a great job of going crazy neutral when pairing with that exemplary skirt. And she’s shooting a look.
yes, the hair looks **fabulous** with the big blonde stripe…but somehow it works and doesn’t look garish. I love the skirt…which is obviously a stretch metallic fabric…and would be easy to sew if you could only find the fabric…at Mood Fabrics?
Fantastic outfit! But why, just why, is she so skinny? I sometimes wonder whether fashion is supporting skinny looks so the spectatorrs concentrate on the outfit rather than the person. Like “Wow!” rather than “Yummy!” – This woman, in this strident outfit, with her striking attitude, but also with a few more curves, she would be irrestistable!
Breathtaking. That skintight cobra skirt *might* have looked a little trampy, but she combined it perfectly with a sleek sweater and gorgeous shoes. What a smooth, elegant silhouette. The pose shows it all off perfectly. And the photograph captures her as she is standing on a white median line in the street, making it look as if an urban catwalk has spontaneously emerged to accommodate her fabulousness.
Not so sure about the combination of the tight snake print skirt with the tight shirt feels the girl seems too much constrained and she could use some relief.
However the light in the picture is amazing
Wowza! This woman is as slinky as a reptile! I must comment on her breast size so forgive me – I think if she were big and busty this look would border on vulgar or tacky. This is why I am happy to be small-breasted! You can get away with more!!
Those contrasting colours mixed with the textured snakeskin is such a gorgeous combination- Those europeans have such incredible fashion sense! Does anyone have any idea who the shoes are by/What brand/label they’re from? they’re beautiful. At first I thought they might be Louboutins, but looking at the other gorgeous picture of Eleonora makes me think they’re not… The colour on the sole is leaning more towards fuschia/magenta than red.