African print… Magic print… (Fashion outfit #33)

Margaret Dallospedale, Fashion blogger, The Indian Savage diary, Fashion blog, www.indiansavage.com, fashion tips, Lifestyle, How to wear, african print, 1

EN:

Hello World,

In these 14 years working in the travel agency, I could see many ethnic clothes of foreign countries.

In particular, I have always appreciated the clothes’s prints of the African countries.

Look at those so original print: some very colorful and full of other geometric designs, but with one common factor: The ability to make me dream of faraway lands, full of fascinating traditions and customs.

I admit that I often “bombarded” them with questions regarding these issues to my own clients to Ivory Coast, Nigeria, Senegal and Cameron and they have always answered with a lot of patience. One of them even brought me the beautiful cloths!

That’s why, when I saw my sister’s skirt with a beautiful African print, I could not resist and I wore it. Beautiful, is not it?

See you later alligator,

Kisses.

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IT:

Ciao Mondo,

In questi 14 anni trascorsi in agenzia di viaggi, ho potuto ammirare molti vestiti tipici di paesi stranieri.

In particolare ho sempre apprezzato le stampe degli abiti dei paesi africani.

Guardare quei print così originali: alcuni coloratissimi e altri colmi di disegni geometrici, ma con un fattore in comune: La capacità di farti sognare terre lontane, piene di tradizioni e costumi affascinanti.

Ammetto che spesso ho “bombardato” di domande riguardanti proprio questi temi alle mie clienti di Costa d’Avorio, Nigeria, Cameron e Senegal e loro mi hanno sempre risposto con molta pazienza. Una di loro mi ha persino portato delle tele bellissime!

Ecco perché, quando ho visto questa gonna di mia sorella con un bellissimo African print, non ho potuto resistere e l’ho indossata. Bella, vero?

A domani,

Baci

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ES:

Hola Mundo,

En estos 14 años trabajando en la agencia de viajes, pude ver muchos trajes típicos de países extranjeros.

En particular, siempre he apreciado los vestidos de los países africanos.

Mirar los print tan originales: algunos coloridos, otros llenos de diseños geométricos, pero con una cosa en común: la capacidad de hacerme  soñar tierras lejanas, llenas de tradiciones y costumbres fascinantes.

Admito que a menudo he “bombardeado” con preguntas acerca de estos temas a mis propias clientes de Côte d’Ivoire, Nigeria, Senegal y Cameron y siempre han respondido con mucha paciencia. Una de ellas incluso me trajo unas telas hermosas!

Por eso, cuando vi esta falda de mi hermana con un African print, no pude resistir y me la puse. Hermosa, ¿no es así?

Hasta mañana,

Besos.

IndianSavage  (alias Maggie D.)

 

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Location: Piacenza – Photo credits: Mister Sitting Bull

I wear H&M top and skirt, No brand wedges, Bijou-Brigitte Necklace, Midi  rings, IndianSavage headband,  Chanel make up and “Rose confidentiel” nail polish (Spring outfit – new look).

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