Chilling at a Caspian resort beach calls for a relaxed style, which involves a light pink manteau with a ruffled hem, grey marled leggings, a white scarf tied low to show off hair, and yellow flip-flops. Perhaps, it doesn’t match, but it’s still looking awesome though..
The cool thing about these photos of women buying blue pottery is that we get 2 photos of the same outfit from slightly different angles. First, I found this photo of a woman in an olive green manteau and black pushed-back scarf with a black quilted bag buying some gorgeous pottery…
…then I found a photo of the same woman but a fuller view! Pretty cool, huh?
..and for good measure, I also found this photo of a woman in a black manteau, red scarf tucked behind the wars and pushed back by sunglasses, and black sandals sitting around the same pottery and looking very pensive..I wonder why the pottery is making her think so deeply.
The waterfall shown here looks similar to the one from this post; however, it is not the same one..in fact, the waterfall here is Ganj Nameh and it is in the Hamedan area. The fashions here are meant for selfies, which means they are great- specifically the puffy-sleeved cranberry red manteau worn with a bright red long-sleeve top and a turquoise-green scar that is worn open to show hair. I like the man’s shirt too with its funny logo – “Young” and then “#madboys” – this is the first time there has been a hashtag logo on the blog!
The printed jersey dress manteau is going strong here, in gorgeous black and green, and the green scarf frames dark red hair beautifully. I commend this woman for getting her daughter to put a headband on at that age – from my own experience, they do not all appreciate things on their head! That said, I am not a big fan of headbands on babies anyway…
This photo is awesome because of a) the blue ikat print tunic, b) the awesome turquoise bracelet (matches the girl’s pushed-back scarf perfectly too), and c) the illusion that the reflecting pool creates- it makes the girl’s jeans look like they will never reach the ground (and makes her look super-tall).
Even though this is not a full-length view, I can still see 3 awesome fashion elements – denim manteau with elbow-length sleeves (as opposed to the usual long sleeves), ombre scarf framing dark hair and beautiful make-up, and a cluster ring, which is one of my favorite styles of jewelry!
Yes, you read it right…jeggings i.e. jeans that are soft and stretchy and look like leggings. Against an awesome brick background, the jeggings look positively gorgeous with the ruffled orange waterfall cardigan and the white and blue zigzag-printed scarf that does not conceal much of the woman’s black hair or even her neck. It’;s strange that her sneakers are sky blue and pink though…
The beautiful brown patterned pashmina here is worn in such a way as to form a dome on top of the girl’s head and falls down the front of her denim coat. The yellow shoes are backless sandals with closed toes, and even though they don’t match the outfit, they make the search process easier. There is also a navy blue outfit with a purple scarf and rolled-up jeans in the foreground.