I love how the brown belt adds texture and casual sophistication to her outfit! And the bright nails look trendy, as well as making the entire ensemble look effortless. This is why I love keeping outfits simple and basic…chances are that this way, most everything in my closet already goes well together, and it leaves me room to wear whatever outlandish nail polish or jewelry I like. Beautiful picture and subject!
I am packing to go home on holiday to oz, wondering which of my clothes will translate from central asia to there, and this is a visual message that some things work anywhere! Now I have some sartorial parameters to help me sort out my suitcase tonight :)
She looks so casual, yet so trendy! Fantastic outfit, but it is this take on the classic white shirt that is the most appealing, wish I could see more of it. And it matches her ink so nicely!
I’d love to have such a shirt in my wardrobe, too!
@ Pi; I am pretty sure its one oversized mens shirt. But she cut the sleeves partially off. You know like to make it to a vest, but not all the way. She has the sleeves hanging down, but her arms aren’t in them. I hope I explained that well. You just take your big shirt, and you cut along the seam as if to make a vest, but only the TOP part on the shoulders. leave fabric under the arms attached. Push your arms out through that opening, let the sleeves hang down. I have seen it done before. Its actually really cool, and gives you some options on how to wear the garment. I believe the inventor is actually Martin Margiela. So not exactly original, but so what.
What a chic hair-do. We really wish that the weather would clear up here in London as well – we’d be wearing vegan sandals from Olsenhaus which are kind of the same simplistic look as those gorgeous ones here