Dear Mr. Schuman,
First of all, you have to love this young woman and her fashion sense. There is no way this lady would ever â€˜blend inâ€™ anywhere whether she was wearing jeans and a tee shirt or this overall inspired jumper. Second, the elements in this photograph play off of one another so well that it is difficult to believe they just came together at this location. Consider, the interplay of the stripped outfit against the crosshatch of the chain link fence. Then, the combination of those two elements in the pattern on the clutch handbag. The shape of her hairstyle and tires of the bike, the red sign on the lower right, the shape of plaque on the wall, and the bright street on the top left all round out the photograph.
It just all works. It could not have gone better if it had been planned. And, if it was planned, it was brilliantly conceived and executed.
Why wouldn’t she blend in if she were wearing jeans and a t shirt?? Iam sure that she is very special, and so is everyone else. I see absolutely nothing about her that would make me stop to look besides the cool jumpsuit. The photo is great, of course, and I love her pose.
Great way to show that sexy doesn’t mean tight. So glad that looser more fluid clothing is finally coming around. You can always tell a really confident woman, because she knows that light weight fabric is sexier when allowed to move. Insecure women always belt things like this, and usually look much worse.