This photo exudes just the kind of mood I've been in when dressing these days: nods to fall with scrunched up socks and camo jackets, with the bare skin of summer accentuated by flashes of gold. Gorgeous!
I love the army coat look this fall, I have one from Zara's. It's great. I never thought of wearing it with this much leg though, which is nice. And the blue boots with the blue socks, what a nice change.
As always, you leave us with a most inspiring photograph on Friday. My god, she is lovely! Everything is right from head to toe, and her healthy glowing skin and perfect smile is the icing on the cake.
Love the shoes, love the jacket, the hair effortlessly pulled into a bun. There is an Old World elegance about her, even if though she is so young. Very refreshing!
The model is stunningly beautiful – and I love the outfit she's wearing. She even has a wonderful smile that could light up the darkest room. But, as with so many – why does she have to wear such ugly, clunky shoes?
I was watching a Charlie Rose interview with Ralph Lauren yesterday and this shot makes me think about what he said about having a concept of living and your style representing that. The dream of what you want to be becoming who you are.
Ok, here the socks work. Overall great look and -combined with the beautiful smile-indicative of what must be a great personality! Her overall style and chic simplicity makes her look approachable and probably has a lot of love at first sight admirers. Some women are comfortable with themselves and just have it -don't have to try hard so that one element (like shoes) is enough. Great light and shadow contrast in the photo.
Loving the shirt. I can't wait to find an army military inspired one of my own, but the shoes are driving me nuts I cant remember who makes them and I was just looking at them yesterday. I hate how memories flee you when your older. No wonder Tavi does so well that girl remembers everything and picks up on everything so fast. Lucky girl.
I love the look but I think you know what I mean Scott when I say that as wonderful as the entire ensemble and the striking woman is she simply cannot come close to competing with the women who fill our eyes, imaginations and hearts.
I particularly like the coil looking bracelet and there is always something engaging and warming about a smile, especially one that is unchecked. There is something about the mortar, iron and brick colors that are part of the foundation and steadfast backbone of New York. It looks like it was a good point in a good day.
Oh wow, this is PERFECT! The shoes are great and the socks make it even better. Wish I was disciplined enough to have legs like hers. (I do got quite long legs, but I should train more to make them look as good as hers…)