I found some “luxury life” photos focusing on North Tehran luxury life recently. The majority of the photos are of villas and parties, and, therefore, fall outside of the scope of this blog…but there are some manteaus there, too….like this one…a gorgeous all-black outfit, surprisingly subtle and beautiful make-up (even winged eyeliner!), and….a beautiful white and red cat! Always a pleasure to see love and compassion for animals combined with gorgeous fashions…
The outfit on the left is a classical all-black student outfit (except for the grey sneakers..but a backpack is included!), but the outfit on the right is not a student outfit at all and is certainly ambitious…The short-sleeve manteau is of a light blush pink shade, while underneath it is a white long-sleeved top and another top (t-shirt? sleeveless?) in black with white letters on it. The navy blue scarf is pushed far back by sunglasses and is semi-transparent.
I only have two photos from this car show, but both outfits are pretty stylish…like this black coat is short to accentuate the hips, the pants are cut-off, and the dark green scarf shows off platinum blond hair….
…while this gorgeous black and white fuzzy sweater coat looks divinely soft with black leggings and ankle boots. The car next to this woman is a U5 Luxgen, which is a Taiwanese brand…learned something new!
Not only are these stylish coats incredibly exquisite, but they are also shown in two views- front and side! These styles have it all – all-black outfit, leggings, scarves and snoods, all pushed back….plus a navy blue coat with brown leather belt (somewhat like this black and brown coat, perhaps?)….and..
…two beige manteaus with patterns on them – one with ikat panels on the sides and high slits, the other with some words printed on the back…unfortunately, I cannot see what the words are.
It sounds a bit pretentious (biennial? biennale?), but very artistic…so you know the outfit has to be good. This one is a simple all-black one, with a shorter trench coat over a longer tunic, a pushed-back snood, and a throwback to vintage 2003-05 “urban combat” style – cut-off pants with Converse-style boots.
We’ve seen this waterfall before on the blog- it is Ganj Nameh from this post...only it has now completely frozen over! The two coats are olive green and navy blue with some red and beige geomtric prints (my personal favorite)- they looks warm enoguh for the cold weather at this resort!
The close-up shows a typical winter outfit- an olive green parka coat with a white fur collar and a grey scarf through which long auburn hair flows…
…but the full view of this outfit from a photo expo shows just how cool it is- it is one of the very few manteau style outfits with Timberland boots! This hip-hop-inspired item is a rarity on this blog and is highly prized by me!