Shades of Gray

Most clothes are better shown in color but black and white photos do add character to the subject and composition. One well-known photographer Ted Grant even said that when you photograph people in black and white, you photograph their souls. Black and white pictures are actually in shades of gray. I like these shots David took along Boulevard de Grancy just below the Lausanne train station (a charming neighbourhood where I would not hesitate to live in one of these period apartments). I like to hang out and work at the Café Grancy on a Sunday afternoon. On one such day, I wore a sheer floral print dress over black shorts and a tank top, and with a denim jacket as outer wear. A pair of pendant earrings from Monnier Frères and my inseparable white sneakers completed the look.
Wearing: Zara dress / Converse Shoes / Topshop jacket


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