A casual couple with pansies; red dress and red purse, wide-brimmed straw hat:
She works at one of the plant vendors; I admired her hat and she let me shoot it, but didn't want her face in the shot ("no makeup today"). But then, we do get to see her cinnabar bracelet! She wore its mate on the other wrist.
Ah, les jeunes filles in their uniform, shorts and tanks. I like how they're showing their long legs, without insisting that they must be tan first.
This one's for Déjà Pseu. Girl with oyster and leopard:
A simple skirt, white with a brushstroke graphic at one side, made charming by that sole detail and the unexpected complement of a purple tee:
A sweet spring bag carried at the top of her pack, filled once they decided how many lobsters to buy:
A trompe l'oeil décolléte composed of three layers, black body ilghtened lightened by the skirt's delicate tracery. Don't save the dress for dancing!
Le Duc said, "How does she walk in those?" Not the shoe I'd wear to tote tomato plants!
But even a woman in sensible shoes gets footsore! She found a bench to take a break.