I LOVE it that you are featuring people with excellent style and not just the over-the-top looks from fashion week, Scott. Bravo! I love this woman’s everyday style – simple, but chic and personal. XO
I have to admit, I didn’t resist showing a few extravagant looks – http://thestyletti.com/street-style-jeremy-scott-show/ â€Ž
Men’s Fashion Week took guests all around the city from Meatpacking up to the burgeoning Hudson Yards area off of West 34th Street. We got a small peak at some Spring/Summer looks with a presentation by Ricardo Seco at the Hotel Americano in Chelsea.
She is beautiful, but looks as though she is not going to be considerate towards anyone. When a person tries to be different,but is really in the latest fashions (cropped -wide leg – so 2016! I’m-so-cool retro shirt and standard fashiony boots) they always create a very self-conscious look that ironically lacks self-awareness.
Maybe you should go back to Psych 101 and check your “facts”, buddy. Don’t think anyone can tell if someone is considerate by the cut of their denim. And the look has tons of originality. She isn’t one of the sheep wearing those Patches & Uneven hem deals.
Josephine, thank you, I have never inspired a reply before. I visit this site because clothes do make a statement and evidently, we react, which I find interesting. The overall appearance is what gives us a “blink” reaction (Malcolm Gladwell who is actually a bit more scientific than Psych 101). People who smile and are less precious about their clothes, tend to be thinking of others not themselves – empirical knowledge from 32 years of working with young children.