Thursday, 28 February 2013

On reste au chaud !

It has been cold and snowing lately with daytime temperatures hovering around or just below freezing point. Most shops now boast nothing but spring and summer clothing. At Notre-Dame market however, you can still get everything you need to keep your head and fingers warm!

Il a fait frisquet et neigeux ces derniers temps avec des températures autour de ou juste en-dessous de zéro degrés C le jour. La plupart des magasins ne proposent que les collections printemps-été mais au marché Notre-Dame, on trouve encore de quoi se garder tête et doigts au chaud !

23 comments:

Sylvia K said...

I would definitely be looking for that market if I were there now!! What a great, colorful shot! Makes you feel warm just looking at it!!

LONDONLULU said...

The fashion industry doesn't stay still long enough, haha. This is a cool shot! It took me a brief moment to realize what I was 'seeing':)

SRQ said...

A vast array of des chapeaux. Hopefully, you're stocked up with plenty of items to keep your head and hands warm, Ciel. (By the way, I think my mannequin could have used some of that bright lipstick.)

Doug Hickok said...

Yes, I could use hats like these as it is getting cold yet again here!

Randy said...

I like the blue one. You should have modeled one for us.

Jack said...

Markets like this can respond much faster than retail stores. Fur hats are very controversial in the States. Maybe one of the stylish ones with flowers in the front row for you?

Bob Crowe said...

I could use some of that now that I'm back home to winter. My it's gray and gloomy here compared to Costa Rica.

Thérèse said...

Aucun désir pour des vêtements de printemps il est vrai.

Lowell said...

Thank goodness for the Notre-Dame market. It's the same situation here - all springy stuff. I was looking for a sweatshirt the other day and found only one and it was too big!

Some cute hats there! Probably wouldn't work for Easter, though! :)

Dave said...

The colder is great for bringing out different styles of hats. Nobody seems too bothered with fashion as long as they are warm.

Malyss said...

J'aime bien les chapeaux , mais ici personne n'en met , alors je n'ose pas! :o)
Faudra un jour que le monde de la mode se mette raccord avec les temperatures..

Cezar and Léia said...

I love hats but I can't understand the reason they are so expensive!
Anyway, I only have one hat,black classic velvet, I bought it in London many years ago...wait...it was in January 2000!Well, it's not so old and not so bad, if you think I could buy the hat in the last century! LOL
And I'm still using the same hat during winter!
hugs
Léia
(I confess I'm dreaming about a new red one)

Bergson said...

ce matin j'en prendrais bien 2

Wayne (Woody), whatever said...

I have one of those silly hats, it is quite warm!!

Gunn said...

Probably the smartest thing to buy, when it is COLD!:)

brattcat said...

bundle up and hang in there; spring cannot be too far away.

Tanya Breese said...

so stylish! i wish i could wear a hat without looking odd!

Halcyon said...

Sympa ! C'est marrant que tous le mannequins ont le meme rouge a levres. :)

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Oh my gosh Ciel, Aimee would fall in love with each and every one of those hats..spring will be along before you know it.

Regine Karpel said...

Beautiful photo!
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VP said...

Shop displays are often out of sync with the weather, so it is good to see that someone is not yet on full auto mode!

tapirgal said...

Somebody knows what the people want. I would never think ahead for the next season.

Loree said...

I don't get why shops have summer clothes by February these days. It's quite ridiculous. It's sunny here but cold too - but not as cold as the weather you're having.