I’m guessing that she’s on her way to a day of dressing up and makeup and hair sessions. I’d like to be comfortable there and back as well. The shoes? Well, some girls just can’t give up style for comfort there.
A good shoe – even a high heel – doesn’t have to be uncomfortable – in fact, SHOULDN’T BE UNCOMFORTABLE. Shoes are made to be worn!As a guy, I’m perfectly comfortable in any of my dress shoes (in the $300 to $500 range). And, I know what heels feel like too – I used to crack up my friend, Lisa, when I would put on her blue pumps to iron and clean the house. Try it – you might like it!
Oh I have no doubt whatsoever that this is an outfit meant to be seen. Not meant for comfort only. The exact matching of top and bottom does not mean one is wearing pj’s. thats a sort of ignorant thought. In fact I see this more and more everywhere, and I love it more every time I see it. Bottoms and tops with bold, completely matching prints are a wonderful new thing. Discounting it as some sort of…error is plain silly.
She is wearing make up. And her hair looks done. If she were going to a photo shoot, would she not have an undone face? What makes you think anything like that? She looks all dressed up. She is going to watch fashion shows. Not be IN them.
Don’t you love New York in the fall? It makes me wanna buy school supplies. I would send you a bouquet of newly sharpened pencils if I knew your name and address. On the other hand, this not knowing has its charms.
I wonder where she was going dressed in the pajamas, are they not supposed to be night garments. Those heels seems to be too big and a little heavy for her to move around with, l winder where the fashion industry is heading.
Those pajamas are a perfect match with those gold shoes but l don’t think that she was going out dressed like that. She looks gorgeous and proud of herself an advice to all of us if we want to be appreciated then we must start by appreciating ourselves.
Great outfit and very interesting pairing with the shoes. I am a bit bemused my all the comments about her wearing “pyjamas”. It is a matching pants suit – she looks absolutely up to the moment but they were also very popular in the seventies and eighties. Perhaps many readers are too young to remember them when they were last in fashion…
The very distinct black wrist cuff, absract all over print two piece, she catching shoes and of course the smile seeming as if she was trying hard to keep a serious face for the shoot but failed beautifully