the top picture inspires me greatly. This is what I’m going for this season. Wonderful tights, cute hat. Adorable! She does it beautifully. This photo condures images of cups of tea, reading a book and listening to Natalie Cole.
In the first picture, I like the yellow, cream and gray combination. Even the bow around her neck looks ok. The hat looks like riding helmet. In the second picture, I can see just a tiny bit of the dress underneath. I think I would have liked the sweater to be a little shorter, to show off the bottom edge of the dress.
The first picture made me gasp loudly enough to solicite grills from a number of others in the library with me, haha.
This picture is beautiful and I wish I had more of a flair with words to describe-I don’t know the right ones to use or in what combination. All my thoughts seem to fall short. I guess that is what art does in the most platonic sense. It is beautiful for the sake of being beautiful and nothing else.
Hmmmm…when “dressing for the occasion”, should one take into account what part of the city you will walk through to get there? These women look like they belong in the park with the autumn trees! Just lovely.
!!Fabulous!! Yellow is not usually a color I like, but I almost can’t stop looking at these beautiful photos and the sense of style of these two women. I especially love the first look! And interesting how both women chose to wear reddish-hued tights… the perfect color combination for fall!
I like girl1 better. The grey skirt + the little grey scarf and the yellow shirt mixed with the plumbish shoes and tights look yummy. The white knit and the hat though are a bit too much. The girl is pretty too.
The girl at the top has worked a very busy outfit very successfully. It could have been a dreadful pastiche but instead it’s girlish, fresh, fun and creative…The girl on the bottom has teamed the yellow soles of her shoes with her yellow T. a bit matchey-matchey, but still very pretty and cute.
Both are great! The bottom one is still slightly too new a proportion for me to adore. And when I say new, I mean new again – that ’80s version of a twenties silhouette, the dipping chest – think of the Cosby Show girls.
But oh, the the first! It’s especially stunning because it brings to life my favorite era of fashion illustration, the twenties – when so many of the clothes were found and animated by a sudden gust. Bravo to both your consistently sharp eye, and to that cooperative breeze!
And now when I pick up my cream wool blazer from the cleaners tomorrow, I’ll be inspired to wear the mustard cardigan vest and grey trousers or jeans … Great color work, and even better in the fall setting.
Hey you! I adore your pictures, I truly do, but in this particular set of photos I saw something remotely disturbing. You know, mr. Face Hunter has already photographed that exact same lady (the younger one with the hat) in those exact same clothes quite some time ago! This might be coincidence, but I just figured I might as well inform you about it. Ps. Coming to Finland any time soon? I’d die to meet you! You’re such a great photographist and I’m absolutely mesmerised about the pictures of NYC <3.
Yellow for the win! It brightens up both winter and summer looks. Yellow and cream a yummy combination.. When you add yellow to anything it automatically becomes much more interesting.. but it’s hard to wear it elegantly because it can also look too kiddy
beautiful colors !!! you know Sart i think you started a trend !i look at others for inspiration but its not everyday i could bump into a stylish person. with your site i see them everyday. What is the trend? that we get our inspiration from each other; when a few years ago the most trends came off the runway; check out http://www.polyvore.com; people are exchanging ideas there.some are very beautiful sets. have an inspirational day ;)
THe top one is lovely but it is the second woman who captivates me. There’s something in her look – always – that is so simple and elegant and natural. Her natural beauty absolute radiates alongside/through the clothing. Perfect!
Her whole outfit is just amazing–the way her marigold turtle-neck, burgundy tights and shoes, almond cardigan, and tan riding hat echoes the scenic coloring of the leaves around her is just so fitting. She’s the personification of autumn harking back to the nineteen-fifties, all anchored by that lovely speckled navy scarf and skirt, cut from the same cloth.