These outfits are from a different photo exhibit than the one in the previous post, but they are just as great. One of the coolest outfits is this one, involving a burgundy manteau, jeans, and a pink scarf that shows off black hair…
..and here is a full view of the outfit to make a point. The black Mary Jane-style shoes are quite trendy this year, it seems…
..and another great outfit seen by the same photo wall is this olive green and white color-block manteau. I love the sea-foam green scarf worn open- it may sound like something clashing with the coat colors, but in fact, it looks beautiful!
The dark grey coat looks a bit heavy: I think it is made from canvas-type fabric (or maybe heavy denim)…but the light green scarf tucked behind the ears to show off more dark hair is definitely a gentler touch. I .love the fact that her beige pants and rolled up above the ankle and that her sandals show off red toenail polish- these rebellious touches are perfect for the artistic photo expo setting.
Another huge walk (like this one for example) yields some great outfits…namely, the first hi-lo hem (long in the back, short in the front) manteau, which is the navy blue one on the right, the one with the silver buttons down the front and the semi-sheer fabric. This one is definitely a classic! The black one on the left is worn open over a printed white top and jeans with a huge Gap logo on the hip- normally, I am not a fan of big logos, but I think with an open coat, it’s got that cool slightly rebellious vibe….
It’s never too late to stop a walk for a selfie, and this one involves a pink manteau, jeans, and a beautiful hunter green printed scarf pushed back by sunglasses…an excellent choice!
The star outfit of the set, this light blue and white striped manteau is worn open and barely held together by a thin belt over black skinny pants. The black snood is lifted all the way up over a huge hair cone, which I always love for its defiant nature. P.S. The boy is wearing a Ferrari shirt- the second time in 3 days that I have seen one on a blog post…an interesting coincidence!
These expos offer the best of both worlds – they feature items that are often works of art, but they allow those who like them to take them home for a relatively low price (which no art exhibit will give you). For example, this girl in the burgundy coat and matching scarf is selecting a handmade bag. The coolest thing about her coat is the contrasting striped pockets -this coat continues an important 2017 trend!
Among the beautiful wall plates with birds and the gorgeous glasswares on the table, this black flower-print manteau looks positively stunning. The diaphanous beige scarf allows the girl’s tall topknot hairstyle to be fully seen!
Another cool scarf, this time in brown paisley, is worn open at the front to show off red-highlighted hair and the complete neck.
My personal favorite, this outfit features a stunning orange poncho coat, beige pants, white sneakers, and a bright red scarf pushed back to show glossy blond hair. There is also a cool blue coat in the background, but it is not very visible.
We’ve seen several posts about mobile cafes and the gorgeous styles found in them (or rather, near them)…but now, here is a mobile restaurant van with a girl in a navy blue manteau and blue scarf printed with white butterflies making kebabs in the van. The scarf is my favorite part, but I do not trust meat made in the back of as van..just sayin…..
You don’t usually see selfies in subway stations, but in this case, the beautiful tile-work murals on the walls justify the decision. The outfit is classical student all the way- black manteau, jeans, pushed-back snood, and sneakers- not a single element is missing!
At this festival devoted to children’s toys, all the photos are presented in close-up..the closest to seeing a full otufit is probably this navy manteau worn with a matching snood showing off blond hair.
This beige coat has cool flower-printed cuffs that match the inserts on the pink scarf…by the way, that little boy is wearing a pretty awesome Ferrari t-shirt. Strangely enough, a different, older boy in a Ferrari t-shirt will appear in an upcoming post.
The little girl’s yellow outfit is absolutely adorable and perfect for summer! Her mom’s navy blue manteau with white flower print and black semi-transparent overlay panels is pretty awesome as well…and I cannot believe that this post is boasting not one but two navy snoods (this one showing off red hair)! This is a fairly rare item, so to see it so often is pretty amazing.