This set is from a very special location, and all of these outfits were worn to visit a beautiful mansion…as expected, the styles are wonderful.
For example, the long olive green coat with the black leggings and yellow scarf is awesome (but I also love the open white scarf on the girl in the beige manteau, since the hair flows through it so beautifully).
The beige coat on the left has Burberry plaid cuffs (similar to this navy blue coat) but is worn with a paisley print scarf…while the plaid coat on the right is worn with a monochromatic red scarf, and red is not one of the many colors on the plaid coat!
The two open coats are stunning, especially the yellow coat paired with a beautiful bright green scarf and black and white striped top. However, the deep red hair of the girl in the beige manteau is so eye-catching and gorgeous!
The best outfit of the set hands down, this style combines a red silk chain print scarf (which I own, too), a grey manteau with baggy elbow-length sleeves, and elegant pin-striped leggings. The scarf is tied low, pushed back with sunglasses, and has long auburn hair flowing through the front- I was expecting an outfit like this from the location and was not disappointed at all!
These 2 outfits are among a rare group- parka manteaus worn in the spring! The coat below is olive green, matching the colorblock scarf perfectly, but the light blue sneakers are so bright and clash with the subdued tones of the otufit.
A couple is buying flowers at an outdoor market, and the woman wears a navy blue parka and a black scarf pushed back by sunglasses to show off dark red hair. In fact, even the man is wearing a quilted parka jacket!
This outfit came from a festival dedicated to food trucks and, interestingly enough, I think this one was not from North Tehran (I think Mashhad, but I am not sure)…the white coat is covered with black C prints and is paired with a black scarf…and hot dogs – excellent choice.
These shots are all from the smaller festival in Hamedan, but the style holds its own…for example, this olive green quilted jacket is worn over a longer (but still short) black coat and the egg has a beautiful bird print…
..now , here’s a beautiful close-up of the same outfit. The calligraphy on this egg is just flawless!
Not one but two canvas coats (in olive green and brown with a furry hood) are worn with jeans, as the 2 women paint an egg with a mosaic-style flower print.
The warmest outfit of the whole set is this navy blue parka coat with an “A’s” logo and striped knit cuffs. The hood is up, but I can’t even see any scarf there- now that’s awesome! I wonder who the mustached man on the egg is…
…here’s one more close-up of this glamorous (even if wintry) outfit…still don’t see a scarf- good for her!
Another olive green jacket at the same festival? Yes, it’s the third one (although this one has big pockets and patches)…
The final coat is the best one…a baby blue one with red and black rhombus-shaped patterns on the hem and cuffs (which match the red and black scarf). The light brown shoes do not fit the outfit at all, however…and the egg has a spring-like green flower and feather pattern.
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This simple black coat is paired with a summery light yellow scarf with black outlined flowers (matches the black and white egg with the funky chicken feet pattern…)
For some reason, plaid manteaus are hugely popular to wear for this type of event…here is another one, in brown, white, and blue! First, here is a close-up…
..and here is a full view- this coat is also worn with a pushed-back snood and a nice wooden bead bracelet.
Quite possibly THE coolest manteau of the festival is this beige coat with a fringed, feathery-like hem…here’s a close-up.
..and if you can’t get enough of this coat, just like I do, here’s a full view- worn with blue, fully open scarf showing off a short ponytail, jeans rolled up slightly above the ankles, and white sneakers, this coat is awesome! By the way, what is that behind the girl? Why, it’s the famous Milad Tower, of course!
Part VI is coming soon…
This is a rare 2017 photo featuring a light blue manteau with bubble sleeves, drawstring ties, and a white and pink rose-printed scarf worn draped loosely over one shoulder. The ice cream shop may be called “Shaghayegh”, in which case, it appears to be in Northwest Tehran.
Yes, that is a replica Milad Tower (lit up in lovely blue) behind the woman, who is posing in a stunning denim manteau worn unbuttoned to show off a black printed top and a blue scarf pushed back to show off the woman’s hair, neck, and lipstick. Surprisingly enough, this is a repeat of a 2016 photo, which also involved a silver-painted human sculpture standing next to a woman in a stylish denim manteau.