Beautiful simplicity: Jacquelyn Jablonski

How can someone make a black dress as daywear look so simple yet so elegant? Jacquelyn Jablonski manages it, somehow. It’s the detail on the dress – the asymmetrical stitching, the panel of texture; it’s the addition of some turquoise, Navajo-inspired jewellery. I think most of all it’s the long and bouncy hair – such an effortless style that makes any outfit look even better.

Jacquelyn Jablonski black dress

This beautifully simple moment, with it’s candid feel, was captured by Vanessa Jackman in New York.

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