I came across this girl when I was on my way to school. I couldn’t stop staring at her hair and she was so kind to let me take a photo of her for the sake of this post.
As a kind of introduction for winter and autumn (it is getting close to minus temperatures here already), I wanted to introduce everyone to a certain style on the streets of Warsaw. Let’s call it a scarf craze.
From the beginning of October, there is a sudden change in the Warsaw wardrobe. Out come the lengths of wool, cotton and other mixes of materials, which will keep your neck warm from this day on until March. This phenomenon is not seen as often on the ladies and gentlemen of London and Paris, who prefer to have a high coat rather than attempt to wear the scarf the way the colder countries do. A sign of style is that you are suffering. Right?
Well, not here. Ever heard of the trend for practical? This is something new, emerging, with the Chloe and trenches and beiges all around the world. Business is mixing with fashion, and it does not like to be cold. For those still wishing for those times when it was cool to wear your skirt with trousers, say goodbye to those days. The slogan for this winter should be- ‘Practicality’. And with it, we should ask ourselves this question- how can I make it so that the fashionably practical will come into my wardrobe…?
4 replies on “Scarves For Winter”
Your photos are really beautiful and of course they have graceful vibrations, thank you! I know there’s no need of very complex camera to take a perfect scene, but could you share with us what kind of camera do you use?
I use a Panasonic Lumix.
Sounds like a great idea! Will be up later this week 🙂
I think you should do a post on how to tie a scarf fashionably. 4 or 5 different styles with pics.