18 Jun 2010
SHOW & TELL - Friday
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When I go to a very warm country, instead of wearing a hat or a cap, I learned to wear a scarf. I learned it from Egyptian and Moroccan Berbers living in the desert. It protects you from sand and wind and in the city also from dust.
Meanwhile I own 3, here presented by my model Arthur. As he was modelling while sleeping, I didn't have to pay.
and you see how it has to be twisted around your head and knotted or just fixed in the neck.
It is much nicer to wear and even if it's very windy it stays on your head and you don't have to run behind a cap or a hat.
It also serves against the sun in the swimming pool and to pose for nice pictures in front of historical buildings. (In this case it wasn't fixed).