With the onset of winter, Europe habitually turns to the East. And while fashionistas on the streets of Shanghai and Tokyo try to emulate famous Parisian chic by copying Audrey Hepburn, French magazine Grazi is making Korean figure skater and singer Hyun Ji Shin the star of its latest December 2014 issue. Looking at the result of their efforts, you begin to recall Soviet fairy-tale collections, where princesses from Kalmyk, Kyrgyz and Uzbek fairy tales could be hidden under one cover, dressed in colorful shirts with heavy sleeves and unusual headdress decorated with a monist and bells.
At the junction of two trends - folklore-fabulous and ethical, while the snow is not yet tired and winter does not seem tiresome, it's time for multi-layered leggings, long skirts and fur hats that resemble a mountain. Try to beat the long-sleeve vest along with a short light coat to match the lining or a light down jacket with a pattern, which is no longer fashionable to wear on your own. A short fur vest, a scarf tucked under the belt, as in Burberry's autumn collection, or an asymmetrical poncho can be a good addition and insulation to outerwear. A wide cashmere scarf with a fringe can be worn not only on the shoulders, but also on the hips, pinning it in the manner of a nevy, and wrap a knitted snood around the waist or chest.
It is important, however, even in pursuit of originality, to make sure that the ensemble does not look too colorful, and the elements that are layered on top of each other do not have a worn and worn look. When you notice that a watchman grandmother or a Pole freezing in the woods near Kostroma is looking at you from the mirror, you should know that it is better to start all over again.