Can’t decide which outfits I love the most..on the one hand, the navy blue manteau, of course, has a semi-diaphanous hem and beige edging in the 3/4-length sleeves (pushed-back scarf matches the coat’s tone precisely)…on the other hand, the 2 girls (twin sisters? or just sisters?) are wearing red and white and green and white striped sweaters with bunnies and gorgeous flower-printed sneakers- beautiful fashion!
I found a couple more outfits from the same flower sculpture park as the previous post….I really like the orange sleeveless open coat over the green top- I would have never thought those 2 colors could look good together (especially combined with a burgundy scarf, grey, pants, and black T-strap shoes!)…but they do.
The multicolored patchwork coat on the left is great…I also love the red and black plaid coat on the right…but most of all, I love the Northern view with the amazing villas!!!
You would not think fuchsia and indigo blue go together…but this outfit proves that they do! Underneath the short fuchsia jacket (or trench coat?) is a beautiful beige lace-edged top, and behind it is a lovely sculpture made completely of flowers.
This dried fruit stand is from Darband resort in the North Tehran mountains and is quite famous, although I think this is the first time this stand has appeared on the blog. The stunning black rose appliques on the beige-cream manteau’s elbows and arms are unique and gorgeous.
I love the watercolor print manteaus- they are stunning and artistic, but they are also very rare…here’s one from earlier this year…and one from 2017. The coat on the right falls into this category too, and I love the black leggings and black shoes with some sort of fishnet inserts that the woman wears with it. The other woman wears a simple black coat, but both wear silk flower-printed scarves tied low and those amazing huge sunglasses. These styles are from one of the Caspian resorts, a place that one can always count on for great manteau styles….
Sitting on a stylish Northern palace’s steps (not sure which one of the palaces she was in), this woman draws attention with her unique scarf- dark green edged, wide, and covered in colorful shape print- and her sleek hairstyle with bangs on her forehead. The scarf is wide and covers most of the beige manteau, so all I can see is that it has wide sleeves…
These 2 photos (which are not part of a set) both feature olive green manteaus with white stripes and olive green scarves…the only difference is that the first one has a dark green and grey color-block insert on the hem…
…while the second one is a classical “half-and-half” manteau, with only the top half being striped, and the bottom half being solid olive green. I love the colorful tassels on the scarf- the second outfit is definitely my favorite.