i very much doubt this will catch on.. esp with the youth of today. Those headscarves look like something the old ones wore in coronation st :D either that or the youth will think it makes them look too muslim, and who wants that eh?!
I really dig the plaid.
I love plaid. My Scottish princess look.
Wow, first Chanel and now D&G. High fashion is finally realizing the benefits of covering.
Ammena lol, I don't think it will be that popular either :PBTW everyone, I was being sarcastic in my post :DMalandi, Alix, me too!Anon, I don't think they did it for the covering, rather to fit in with the design theme for the collection. I'm not complaining though!
Salam,Great work as always!From this week's Grazia (page 23): "So if you fancy a new bikini top, obi belt, or, dare we say it, just a scarf knotted under the chin, HRH-style, all you need to buy is...yes, you guessed it. A scarf!" Ha! If only this trend did take off and wearing a headscarf was not considered odd by the general masses, but desirable...
i like this style! very cool. who knows? maybe celebs will favor this look sometimes...
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