It's so good to open the Sartorialist page and to find that ray of sun. Almost everyone is a ray of sun on the blog, but this is the perfect one to bring joy and inspiration in a cold grey London day. The honey shades, the devil hint in the hair, the pixie smile and the granny flowers in the back…that made my day!
very cute, I have some pictures like these on my blog.. marissaofthesea.com let me know what you think! I live in Laguna Beach and work at Laguna Supply a clothing store that attracts some really cool shoppers! xoxo marissaofthesea
I love her expression and her energy – she's the first subject I can think of whose facial expression actually looks like what I would expect most people would look and feel like if they knew they were being photographed by YOU and were going to appear in your massively fabulous blog!
Beautiful. I love the different faces of Melbourne you have shown, they each do the city justice.
I also love the mix of facial expressions and semblances each person shows as it proves they are real people in various walks of life – some feeling like the world is their oyster others feeling it's wrath. The shy, the bold, the happy, the strong, the sad – all dressed beautifully.
LOVE the play on patterns, the scarf, and the red hair! She is absolutely stunning! The first word that came to me was "CUTE"! As in she is SO cute…That includes her style. This picture spells 1000 words. You can just see her soft, genuine, yet, don't mess with me personality….
I love the picture and I adore her smile, and her style is really something else, if I like it or not, doesn't really matter, cos it's all about her character, and she seems to be happy. This is one of the style that "should not" work at all, but it does. Even if I wouldn't dress like that, I still like it. a bit over the top maybe. Personally I am more in to classy black-white-grey simple stuff with only one piece sticking out. In this pic there is like 5 things sticking out :)
Ruby is the sort of girl I desperately wanted to look like in my teens and 20s. Love that alternative '80s chic; it's still such a groovy look. I must pop into Ruby's store now that I know it's Barkly St, not Baker St (have you been watching "Sherlock Holmes", Mr Sart?) and ask her to make me over!
I love the asymmetry in her hair. I feel like asymmetrical bangs are hard to pull off well, and she does it beautifully. The patterns are all reflected in the scarf, and her color coordination is enviable.
wear loads of dark and bright colors like orange goes owsum with blue,grey and purple to have a cozy and safer feeling in the season of hot and cold.i'd like to mention Leigh Lezarkâ€™s unique style and Erin Wasson to get a cindy crawford feeling and girl olivia and Nicky Hilton are next to mention.