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Winter looks

January 2, 2008

Lo malo del invierno es la ropa, es pesada y cada pieza es indispensable. Los guantes, el gorro, la bufanda, el abrigo y un extra sweater. AL final uno se ve como papa o bollo mal empacado. De hecho Mario me dijo que parecia Bennazir Bhutto con tanta ropa que llevaba puesta. En fin uno siempre se ve mal al ponerse tanto trapo encima. Por ejemplo, cuando bajan las temperaturas bajo cero…..este es el look ideal..

The problem with winter ….the clothes, they are heavy and you cannot go out missing a piece…. The gloves, the hat, scarf, the coat and even an extra sweater. When we have finished dressing up..we end up looking like a potatoe or a badly packed muffin roll. In fact Mario said that I looked like Bennazir Bhutto because of all the clothes I was wearing. Anyways…people always look bad due to the amount of clothes. For example, when the temperature goes below zero…this is the ideal look…

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Claro que tambien sirve para asaltar bancos, intimidar a japoneses miedosos de los gaijin y para empujar viejitas por las gradas.

Of course it is also a convenient attire to rob banks, intimidate frightful japanese and to push old ladies down the stairs.

A veces hay gente que parece que se mira bien con la ropa de invierno….

But there are cases when people look nice wearing winter clothes.

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Pero bajo ninguna excusa crea que la ropa de invierno que usa otra persona le puede quedar bien a usted. Cada cuerpo y cabeza es diferente….lo que le queda bien a unos no le puede quedar bien a otros….si no los resultados podran ser desastrosos como la siguiente foto..

But in spite of that do not think that winter clothes can fit just anyone. Bodies and heads have different shapes….what may look nice on someone might not look nice on someone else. The results can be disastrous just like the next photo.

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One comment

  1. Yo los conozco, a los tres……………….!!
    y la suya???, para saber si mario tenia razon??? 😉



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