Desordem sazonal: Quando o tempo se torna imprevisível, as tendências da moda também

Seasonal disorder: When weather becomes unpredictable, so do fashion trends 16 words

April in Chicago: it could be winter, it could be summer. It could be one of the magical five days of spring the Midwest gets each year. It’s probably 50 degrees and raining.
But on any given afternoon in the confusing months between a Polar Vortex and heat index warnings, the fashion is as confused as the weather itself.
One man’s parka weather could be, and is, another man’s shorts weather. While some wear sandals, others wear boots. Who’s right?
“I start to switch from winter to spring and summer clothes probably when the temperature hits around 50 degrees,” Carly Gillum, sales associate at The Green Goddess boutique in Lincoln Park, said. “I'm from the St. Louis area originally, so fifty (degrees) signals spring for us.”
Gillum said that heavy sweaters and North Face jackets are the first to go at this time and get traded out for cardigans. Tights are done as well.

From theDePaulia
  1. probably
    with considerable certainty; without much doubt

    It’s probably 50 degrees and raining.
  2. given
    acknowledged as a supposition

    But on any given afternoon in the confusing months between a Polar Vortex and heat index warnings, the fashion is as confused as the weather itself.
  3. confuse
    mistake one thing for another

    But on any given afternoon in the confusing months between a Polar Vortex and heat index warnings, the fashion is as confused as the weather itself.
  4. vortex
    a powerful circular current of water (usually the result of conflicting tides)

    But on any given afternoon in the confusing months between a Polar Vortex and heat index warnings, the fashion is as confused as the weather itself.
  5. fashion
    the latest and most admired style in clothes and cosmetics and behavior

    But on any given afternoon in the confusing months between a Polar Vortex and heat index warnings, the fashion is as confused as the weather itself.
  6. confused
    mentally confused; unable to think with clarity or act intelligently

    But on any given afternoon in the confusing months between a Polar Vortex and heat index warnings, the fashion is as confused as the weather itself.
  7. weather
    the atmospheric conditions that comprise the state of the atmosphere in terms of temperature and wind and clouds and precipitation

    But on any given afternoon in the confusing months between a Polar Vortex and heat index warnings, the fashion is as confused as the weather itself.
  8. some
    quantifier; used with either mass nouns or plural count nouns to indicate an unspecified number or quantity

    While some wear sandals, others wear boots.
  9. boot
    footwear that covers the whole foot and lower leg

    While some wear sandals, others wear boots.
  10. right
    free from error; especially conforming to fact or truth

    Who’s right?
  11. temperature
    the degree of hotness or coldness of a body or environment (corresponding to its molecular activity)

    “I start to switch from winter to spring and summer clothes probably when the temperature hits around 50 degrees,” Carly Gillum, sales associate at The Green Goddess boutique in Lincoln Park, said.
  12. associate
    bring or come into association or action

    “I start to switch from winter to spring and summer clothes probably when the temperature hits around 50 degrees,” Carly Gillum, sales associate at The Green Goddess boutique in Lincoln Park, said.
  13. boutique
    a shop that sells women's clothes and jewelry

    “I start to switch from winter to spring and summer clothes probably when the temperature hits around 50 degrees,” Carly Gillum, sales associate at The Green Goddess boutique in Lincoln Park, said.
  14. area
    the extent of a 2-dimensional surface enclosed within a boundary

    “I'm from the St. Louis area originally, so fifty (degrees) signals spring for us.”
  15. signal
    any nonverbal action or gesture that encodes a message

    “I'm from the St. Louis area originally, so fifty (degrees) signals spring for us.”
  16. trade
    the commercial exchange (buying and selling on domestic or international markets) of goods and services

    Gillum said that heavy sweaters and North Face jackets are the first to go at this time and gettraded out for cardigans.

Abril em Chicago: poderia ser inverno, pode ser verão. Poderia ser um dos mágicos cinco dias de primavera do Centro-Oeste recebe a cada ano. Provavelmente é de 50 graus e chovendo.
Mas em qualquer tarde nos meses confusos entre um vórtice polar e avisos de índice de calor, a moda é tão confuso quanto o próprio tempo.
Parka tempo de um homem pode ser, e é, calções de outro homem do tempo. Enquanto alguns usam sandálias, outros usam botas. Quem está certo?
"Eu começo a mudar de inverno para a primavera eo verão roupas, provavelmente, quando a temperatura atinge cerca de 50 graus", Carly Gillum, associado de vendas na boutique deusa verde em Lincoln Park, disse. "Eu sou da área de St. Louis originalmente, então cinqüenta (graus) sinaliza primavera para nós."
Gillum disse que suéteres pesados ​​e jaquetas North cara são os primeiros a ir neste momento e começam negociados fora para cardigans. Calças justas são feitas assim.
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