There is something so alluring about the way this woman has her blazer casually draped over her shoulders as she clutches her bag so closely to herself. A nonchalance mixed with some guardedness…beautiful picture.
The matched top and bottom look is something our eye is just getting used to. (for some of us, getting used to again) Give it time and it won’t have the Target “jammie” look; it’ll be, if done well, just another elegant option.
The woman looks frustrated, like she wants that letter in the finely dressed woman’s hand, very much. The woman on the right seems pleased with herself. Maybe too pleased. No jewelry or makeup, mussed hair on the left. Perhaps she is distraught about some sad news and did indeed leave the house in her pajamas, in a hurry, to meet a serious deadline of some kind. This photo feels sad.
I’m not so sure about this pyjamas look. The prints are always great but I still prefer the mixed print look to the all in one. The cut is too casual and as someone else said, the yellow one really does look like pyjamas. It reminds me of the time when lingerie worn as daywear was in – only that was sexy whereas this isn’t anything.
Jailhouse chic? Apart from a sailor top or thick and thin graphics, horizontal stripes flatter so few figures. I don’t understand why designers don’t turn the bolt sideways and make us all look taller instead. ( ;
Stripe woman? Is she a nurse getting off a 36-hour shift? Cuz that’s about the only excuse I can think of for going out in public dressed and styled as she it. Pony-tail elastic doesn’t even work. Yeesh.