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Well hallo readers, how you doing?
Today’s look is all about the parasol.
Now I know some of you have just gone like para-what???
Yes, p-a-r-a-s-o-l-s, say it slowly with me.
Did you know that parasol comes from a combination of two words i.e. para (to shield) and sol (sun). The difference between parasols and umbrellas is that one mainly shields from the sun while the other from the rain. Also, some parasols are not waterproof. #Movingon
The parasol came into trend in the 1950s if I remember well. The women in that era used to wear this extra-big hats that proved a problem when it came to balancing. The parasols were then used to provide a balancing act by walking around with them. So inasmuch as they provided shield from the sun, they also aided the ladies when it came to walking. So you see, women have since eons ago just been fond of doing the extraordinary and insane things just to look good.
Get used to it.
I didn’t incorporate a hat in this look instead opted for the fan because hey, if it’s hot weather, then some fanning will definitely be needed.
Behind the Lens: Saiba Sehmi