No calligraphy on the actual coat, but here is a beautiful girl in a light pink coat that looks like it is made of very soft, velour-like fabric, and a black scarf draped loosely….actually DOING calligraphy, which looks awesome. Supposedly, this photo is from the famous Milad Tower, but I cannot confirm that..
Here are some brand new examples of classic “street fashion” – check out this denim manteau worn fully pen, the rolled-up jeans, the ked-style sneakers, and of course, the MP3 player earbuds coming out the black pushed-back snood- this outfit is classic!
And here are 3 more great outfits from the streets – 2 black manteaus worn with colorful scarves (burgundy and pink- the one on the left is worn with leggings even!) and a gorgeous long grey coat worn with black jeans that are worn at the knees. This is one bad-ass set!
This lovely all-black outfit is in the vintage manteau style – the coat is actually below the knee. Even the blue scarf with the fringed edges reminds me of some of the monochromatic styles back then (perhaps, something like this).
Worn at a kite festival (you can see one very colorful and cool one in the foreground), this outfit features a blue manteau worn open over a red tunic with various prints. Surprisingly, everything else worn with the coat, such as the scarf, the jeans, and the sneakers, is also blue- the bright tunic matches the kite perfectly though..
I love both of these outfits since both prove that the dress manteau continues to stay popular…but both have weird elements to them that I just cannot comprehend. For example, the beautiful leopard print dress manteau below is truly gorgeous and even looks great with the dark green scarf…but what is up with those turquoise bow sandals with black socks????
Below is an almost all-green outfit with a stunning sleeveless military-style dress manteau, scarf framing dark hair, bracelets, and even nail polish! However, why on Earth would this lady wear white canvas shoes with flower print patterns? Those shoes are extremely uncomfortable, from my personal experience..and do not go with the “urban combat” vibe of the outfit at all.
I found a couple of random close-ups…none of which feature a full outfit, but both feature some beautiful scarves and, in the case of the girl below, some gorgeous Northern-style eye make-up. The brown hair flows from BOTH sides of the blue printed silk scarf – now that’s a unique configuration!
Against a gorgeous blue tilework background, the blue flower-printed manteau on the left looks wonderful…while the black manteau worn open over a red top looks contrasting, but strangely enough, the red color of the top matches the girl’s lipstick shades perfectly!
This is only the second time an outfit from a nanotechnology expo has been featured (here is the first one)…Not only does this outfit feature an olive and white colorblock manteau (this seems to be a popular combination this year) but it also boasts leggings, a black quilted bag, an olive green scarf showing off blond-highlighted hair, and even polished nails! I wish I knew what this display in front of the girl was all about…