Not sure about the mix of greens here – and personally, I’m never sure about pink… but I do like the elbow patches, and she definitely has a bit of somethin’ good goin’ on. I love the shirt – would be great paired with some scruffy jeans and these sunglasses. I also think the pink, green (scarf) and blue could look great together in a different outfit, the colours really pop. (And just for the record, I dislike that expression.)
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This nice girl was wandering along Oxford Street in a world of her own. She was very pretty (you can tell from the chin, no?) but she said she’d barely slept the night before and she did look a little sleepy (only cos I clicked the shutter just as she was blinking) so I left her face off. I liked the embroidered cheesecloth shirt against the parker.
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Let’s face it, chinos are pretty boring and usually consigned to the ranks of off duty corporate types (male), worn with ‘boat shoes’ and some awful generic polo shirt. A uniform of sorts, but not an inspired one if you ask me. Now chinos on a girl can look a little bit, dare i say it… butch. So, in my opinion, you’ve just got to team them with something pretty. For me, high heels are pretty much a no go area (not that they’d go with chinos anyway), but platform sandals kind of work. I have to confess that I didn’t make this up (ahem, I’m not called Thief for nothing) – I first saw this look at a friend’s wedding (thank you, Eleanor Taylor). The something else pretty is beads. Oh, and take care to show your ankles and to keep the top half cropped / not too bulky. Tada! (Denim jacket from Burberry, beads from Mistral, chinos from Gap, sandals from M&S.)
This was the sunset that night – and the photo hasn’t been enhanced in any way. Beautiful, huh?