I love the mint green color on clothing….it’s rarely seen with manteau style, but here it happens to be present on a scarf with some flower print on it. The scarf makes an all-black outfit lively and frames a tall hairstyle nicely. The little boy looks cool in his grey camouflage outfit, too.
Now, it is time to continue the book fair photos…next to a creepy bandaged skeleton statue (I suppose this continues the “expo statue” tradition) is a lovely woman in a beige manteau with ribbed panels and beige printed silk scarf tied low to show off red hair.
Another patterned silk scarf tied low is worn with a black coat unbuttoned to show a blue flower-printed top underneath.
This manteau looks like a throwback to those designer coats from 2011 or so that can be found in the Aida Rahimi or Deja Vu categories. The paisley panels and cuffs are straight from that era. The rest of the outfit is, surprisingly, all beige.
Finally, a purple coat and green scarf- amazing! That hits all of the major rebellious colors in one outfit.
…in some really cool outfits! Here is yet another post from one of those huge group walking events (example of a previous one can be seen here). We start with a black-and-white ensemble, from the printed manteau to the white tall boots with black laces to the…black scarf worn completely open!
Next come two black leather jackets worn over, interestingly enough, reversed color combinations – white coat over black pants on the left, black coat over white pants on the right. (Can you spot the navy manteau in the background, too?).
The third leather jacket of the set is bright red and is worn over a flower print blue manteau paired with a beautiful turquoise chain-print scarf. Too bad the photo is a bit out of focus…
A victory sign and a smile are beautiful accessories to this all-black outfit with the classic snood and double-breasted trench coat.
These women are doing the wave, it seems…and boasting impressive Northern-style make-up and tattooed eyebrows. I like the combination of light scarf and dark coat on the right and center and vice versa on the left.
These outfits are the ultimate bad-ass manteau style….neon-colored log tops and leggings, visors and baseball caps (including 1 with a USA flag!!!!), and victory signs for all…so gorgeous! These outfits remind me of the outfit on the right in this photo (since it was worn for jogging and also involved neon colors and leggings).
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.
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!
As far as purple outfits go, this is one of the coolest ones, especially because of the gorgeous magenta shade of the coat and the kimono-style sleeves, a vintage feature that is rarely seen in manteaus now. A dark purple scarf shows off black hair, as the woman prepares to pour some water at a picnic on a park bench.
That railing and that greenery mean only one thing….this is a Nature Bridge selfie! Joining the long list of awesome outfits from this iconic North Tehran bridge is this blue tie-dyed tunic and acid-washed jeans and, surprisingly (or maybe, not so surprisingly) a dark purple scarf showing most of the girl’s brown hair. Even the man with her has a funky ponytail!