It continues….with this cool black manteau with a black checkered print and a first on the blog- T-strap shoes! I wonder why she is holding a pink balloon…
..sometimes, the book is so engaging you have to start reading right away. This girl, in a blue and red plaid manteau, definitely thinks so – she is reading right ont he lawn outside the book fair. Note the navy blue snood- this color in a snood is still very rare.
The girl is studying an atlas in an interesting black, grey, and white scarf with a print that looks like dogs (a bit)….
And this girl is reading something architecture-related in a beautiful white, yellow, and black color-block manteau.
..while this outfit is a combination of elements from the previous 2 – the grey printed scarf and the color-block coat, this time, in grey, white, and yellow. Also note the Paris-printed bag on the girl’s shoulder- very cool!
Wait for more book fair photos coming soon…
Yes, those book fair photos are finally here…and this year marks an especially gigantic set. Let us begin with just four photos…first, a beige manteau with puffy pleated sleeves and blue and white polka-dot cuffs…this style is almost like something from the early 2000s. The blue and white printed scarf is somewhat cool…
…then an acid-wash denim coat worn with a red scarf. Nice but not particularly memorable…
..and sometimes, it rains on the book fair, so a selfie is in order- of course! I find the burgundy manteau with the big black square print amazing because of the way it is combined with black leggings, burgundy clog-style shoes, and a pushed-back black snood. The other coat is olive green and is getting soaked…but still looks cool with the turquoise blue scarf.
Finally, how about this awesome green coat with a cool rhombus-like embroidery on the neck and sleeves? Now that is a bad-ass green item, for sure.
This is just the beginning…there is much more to come.
In 2016, I had posted photos from a North Tehran novelty– a “mobile cafe” called Way Cafe, selling drinks and sweets out of a sky blue vintage VW bus. It looks like other similar mobile cafes have appeared since then, as the one shown below is an orange van. The three outfits worn in this photo all involve beige pants and e3arth-tone scarves. The green coat is fully open over a white top, while the beige coat boasts a 2006-07 vibe with its accessories- pants cut off above the ankles and an opens card showing off a red braid!
This close-up joins a highly exclusive group of classic photos- all thanks to the beautiful printed scarf tied low to accentuate golden hair and gorgeous Northern-style make-up. I can see the yellow shoulders of the manteau, but unfortunately, this photo does not show the rest of the outfit (which is amazing, I am sure!).
This outfit is all beige, from the scarf and bag down to the pants and shoes…..except for the bright blue coat that immediately draws one’s attention to it! I love the wooden intricate door – it is an entrance to a historical house that, I am sure, has many beautiful objects of art inside.
I have never heard of this event before, but here is the website for it…it is called Creative Mornings, and it is a worldwide phenomenon involving a breakfast and a talk on a creative subject! So far, there have been 2 of these in North Tehran, and these are a few outfits from the first one. As you would expect, the outfits are highly creative…just check out that denim sleeveless manteau over a yellow long-sleeve top with a lovely green scarf showing off auburn hair and that amazing make-up! There’s also a faded green coat with an olive green scarf that looks pretty cool….
…as well as this outfit, involving a purple jacket over a blue flower-printed tunic, black cut-off leggings , and a purple and yellow paisley scarf. Looking awesome!
This selfie seems to be from the same rose field as the photo in the previous post- and what an amazing coat it is! Uniquely red and gold, with black and gold accents on the pockets and down the front, it even boasts a beautiful gold clasp on the chest.