I just saw this amazing looking woman on another fashion site, and she looks impeccable. I love all the contrast – the look is so top heavy, and then these tiny heels on the bottom. Love the military, sombre look with playful, colourful shoes. And overall, it’s just nice to see a clean, dignified look, when there’s a whole lot of grunginess around. ;)
bare legs and sandals! one wonders what’s wrong with winter clothes and shoes… at least that’s what i would do if i were a designer.
(the alterative would be wondering what’s wrong with certain women, pretending it’s summer in midwinter. well, it’s a fact that women can be vain to the point of cruelty, even to themselves.)
and apparently when you’re young you have more grey fat in your body, which keeps you from feeling cold. as you get older the grey fat changes and you (feel the need to) dress warmer.
must admit that i never considered wearing sandals in february, not even in my teens. not enough grey fat, i guess.
What a stunning woman. Beautiful clothes that fit perfectly. I love the proportions, the colors and the shock of green shoes. I don’t understand, though, how anyone could go open-toed in winter! Gadzooks! My hat is off to her, but I feel cold on her behalf!
I love the colors and spareness of this photo – the tiny bits of green and red in the stoplights echoing the green sandal and reddish-brown handbag colors. Very nice – and of course the nice mix of the more boyish jeans jacket mixed with the very ladylike fur collar coat.
she looks great. the footwear is a little confusing for a walking city like new york especially in the middle of cold-february. all that said, she is making it work!
(i mean, a bootie, a boot? something, it’s cold outside!)
Well, I do wear sandals with wooly tights but maybe that’s a bit rough and ready for NYC. (I mean black suede ‘winter’ sandals not clumpy great country things!) It’s still cold though unless you have a driver and maybe she has as she looks so elegant.
Freezing temperatures aside…. The sandals are pretty, but I think the outfit looks out of proportion. It’s just my opinion of course, but the sandals seem too dainty for the heaviness of the clothing. I do love the components of the outfit, but I think different footwear would have looked beautiful.
I love her attitude from head to toe. She must be freezing, but there’s a phrase that rhymes in spanish that says “fashion is not about being comfy” (la moda, incomoda).
Greetings from Santiago, Chile.
Digging it all EXCEPT the shoes…she needs some warm boots or some sort of encapsulating shoe to make this look believable. You cannot tell me that this woman does not have feet that do not get cold…they all do.