That clutch! Those shoes! That smile...sigh... Plus she has legs that go for days and a very 'angelic Renaissance' name, which I'm not sharing sorry. Suffice to say she's a masterpiece. ...AND she's wearing Coco Liberace!! How beautiful is that neckpiece?? That's a masterpiece too.
...and pretty in pink. A most delightful young woman who just looks at her wardrobe and says "this, this and this" and it all just works wonderfully.
I gravitate towards those who are not afraid to make a bold statement. Neutrals are exactly that. Neither here nor there. Clashing patterns, bold colours, bodacious jewelry...I am Woman, hear me Roar. ...speaking of which...I've had a very feline street theme today...
Excuse the backdrop! We were in a department store and she was a bit shy about being photographed out in the open aisles! *********************************
These gorgeous women look like rockstars...leather pants, black mini skirt, animal print shoes, blood red shirt...grrr... one's a doctor. Quite possibly the coolest Doctor I have seen. Motley Crue would love her!*
When was the last time your doctor rocked up in leatherpants huh? Oh I love contrasts! I love dichotomy! Rockstars & doctors... black & white... tiger print & nautical stripe... studded bags & flowing hair and as regular readers of my personal blog know... I have a 'thing' for red & blue.
*Motley Crue - for those too young or too innocent to know, an 80s heavy metal band who had a hit with their song "Dr Feelgood".
I don't know where this young woman was heading off to before I interrupted her [cliche alert] journey [no. it's okay] but I know she's going to get there [boom. clichedrop]... lame alerts aside, she has such focus in her eyes.
I love the crisp, clever composition of black, white and red. So Mondrian.
This dress is divine. The necklace is divine. The colours on this woman are divine. Alas my photographs are not as divine and for that I apologise profusely. ...I'm still shy about asking people and then because I'm grateful and slightly nervous I don't direct nor position according to where the light is, etc. Me I have no problem bossing around!
Anyway, although I know many will disagree, I didn't dislike the way she 'merged' the necklace with the dress detail. The necklace has become part of the dress instead of a feature. Far too many people are about "emphasize only one thing! Your eyes or your lips! Your breasts or your hips!", etc, etc... I say... restraint is too controlled. Real control is in the letting go...