Love the photo. Love her bemused expression, her hair style for her face. The dress is lovely. The leggings and the shoes appear too heavy for the dress, for my taste…I’d prefer her skin there and some lighter heels…but that’s me, a seeker of balance. (“Libra at the nadir”, an astrologer once informed me.) I wonder what others will say…we’ll see, won’t we? – JCH
I adore the dress, the bag, the haircut. Very french gamine on holiday in london. But the leggings and the shoes! PLEASE, can we put an end once and for all the leggings and wedges? I can’t say how many times I’ve seen a beautiful ensemble ruined by one or both of these fashion disasters.
Delightful channeling of Charlotte Gainsbourg type style. Instead of 52nd Street, the backdrop could have easily been a rainy Rue du Faubourg. I do detect one minor oversight here. Our girl needs an umbrella. Afterall, a parapluie is just another wonderful excuse to accessorize.
i would normally consider the word “cute” to be anything but a compliment when applied to a woman, but this is an exception. she’s very cute and still very sexy — coy. the particulars of her outfit are almost irrelevant, her attitude is all.
Love the dress, and the whole look for that matter, although it’s a good example of my issue with leggings: when you wear a cute dress, why not wear it on its own? Leggings often are added to add edge just for the sake of it.
I hate leggings too BUT that’s the whole point of her style and it works for her. If she were wearing hose or normal shoes, she’d just be wearing a tasteful outfit. The leggings and the wedges make her personal style and she can rock it.
aimtx, I’m suffering the same dilemma: Having lived through leggings once (and by “lived,” I mean that I was plenty old enough to have chosen them for myself–heck, I even had a JOB and could have bought them for myself, I’m that old), is it appropriate for me to go there again?
But I’m always freezing in the fall and winter. And my legs aren’t too bad. Must…not…give in….*gasp*