Oh I love this woman’s look: she looks so comfortable. She doesn’t look like she’s trying to be styilsh, just going about her everyday business. But when you look at all the pieces individually, they’re fantastic, including that Junya jacket, and as a whole… she just looks lovely and at ease, which I really like.
Joel Griffith, I’m so happy that you also recognize Edward Gorey as a fashion inspiration! I always think of him when I wear my white plimsolls with my big brown dufflecoat. Gorey would have been into skinny jeans too, don’t you think? Tight black jeans are very inky…
i’ve always loved those white keds, but they are almost as bad as ballet flats when it comes to lack of arch support. i remember my older (much older) sisters used to try to “refresh” theirs by putting white shoe polish on them, the really wet kind in the bottle with the sponge-tip applicator.
Not crazy about the white Keds. . .I went through a phase with them, as did everyone in my town, and while I appreciate the idea, in reality they can look very grungy and not in a Seattle-plaid-shirt-and-Docs kind of way.
it’s funny, that’s my current no-brains look at the moment: white trainers (adidas, though) and high waisted grey, large legged trousers. i like it, obviously. As to the keds, i like them but not that much. White Jack Purcells would have been nicer.
I feel this look is not pulled together and comes across as sloppy, either when taken as a whole or looking at the pieces individually. Not a sartorialist star in my opinion. Some of the Keds in London were done right, adding some innocence and funk to ensembles…not seeing it here.