Ellen - Hayes Street, SF
"I've been doing this for longer than you could possibly know."
I heart Ellen's color scheme of varying violet, lavender and purple. She wears her clothes fearlessly and with that gorgeous white hair is a vision to aspire to.
Turns out Ellen is a renowned City Hall Historian and Chair of the Preservation Commission. And, as mentioned as an aside to me, believes that fashion should be preserved.
A purple suede handbag festooned with feathers, held by her purple perforated leather gloves.
A look at her peeptoes.
Labels: Hayes Street, San Francisco, street fashion, women
Look at her go!
Ohhh, I love her!
Beautiful! I hope I am her someday.
Yep, a role model she is. I love it when women rock the white hair and look beautiful. Ever read the poem "When I'm an Old Woman I Shall Wear Purple"? But something about her, I wouldn't call an "old woman."
that is one magnificent coat
Inspirational - she proves you dont have to give up style in your later years. I adore those shoes and the amazing coat !
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