A SNEAK PEAK AT PRAGUE FASHION ,MUST HAVE WHEN VISITING PRAGUE
Socks and Sandals are a signature look in plague for almost every occasion and event: formal or casual, hail thunder or storm, our sisters in their families in plague have always sworn by the quaint style of socks and sandals which makes it a popular trend in Prague fashion. While walking down the street, in workplace, school and colleges, you will see many young girls, men and women in socks and sandals
So do this people wear shoes? They do very rarely because socks and sandals seem to rule the roost when it comes to plague fashion. When they wear shoes, they prefer KEEN. A walk along farm lands and yards and you will folks in trainer they call KEEN while some wear trekking shoes. Keen and trekking shoes befit the plague fashion statement and street style.
If looking for inspiration when in plague, the tourist city is aplomb in fashion statements from across the globe. From harem pants to Jodhpur pants, kurtis to tunic tops, short skirts to shorts, leggings to muggings, chic jacket to far coats, the point here is to be casual, even when at work. For more inspiration and taking the city’s sight and sound in, keeping pumps and heels in the closet and opting for trainers and very comfortable shoes due to the cobbled roads.
A pair of denims and V-neck tees mostly in very dark colors is a must have. Smart casual wear forms Prague Street style and plague dolls out in adhering to dress code like none other. While travelling on the famous Vltava River, keep an eye on the bevy of Prague beauties, wrapped in chic fur coats and pullovers, cardigans, pashmina shawls and of course, gorgeous sun glasses.
A desi swag with floral sarongs covering your swim suit or a nude shaded bikini is the wear for beach and pool parties. Some of the commandments of dressing up in plague include ditching high heels for boots and wedge heels, short skirt and camisoles especially if travelling into the city in the summer month, Pashmina shawls are haute trends and worn for every occasion and event, shoulders should be covered while visiting holy places ,smart casual wears for events, occasions and formal dos, scarves in the brightest vibrant color, for November to march, fur coats, hats, gloves to keep you toasty ,layers since the weather is quite unpredictable, non-slip footwear when its wet or icy or risk the aches and pain because of fall.
Hoping this information on what to wear comes in handy. Have fun and more fun.