How To Dress Like A Dutch Girl 2019 Fashion Tips
Back in the distant past, in the days when Donald Trump was still just a reality TV star and leopard print hadn’t taken over the wardrobes of Dutch women like bacteria on the fish of an all you can eat sushi place, the Shallow Man provided his readers with essential tips on how to dress like a Dutch girl.
My plan was to write a post about the latest fashion trends of 2019 but to be honest with you, not a damn thing has changed! What was hip and popular last year remains exactly the bloody same.
The things I do for my readers!
How to dress like a Dutch girl in 2019?
Wear exactly what was popular in 2018.
1. White sneakers
White sneakers remain visible all year round in the Netherlands. Lekker comfortabel stylish and unique.
Sadly, the fear of hairdryers continues. With this in mind always leave home in the morning with your hair as wet as the back of a silverfish. Mooi!
3. The Dutch bun
This hairstyle is said to originate in Groningen, where earthquakes were caused by fracking. Due to the need to be able to leave home in a hurry, women in Groningen developed a hairstyle that’s now commonly known as the Dutch bun. It takes literally a couple of minutes to fling one’s hair into a messy bun thus enabling them to leave home quickly. This hairstyle has caught on nationally and can still be seen all over the country and is lekker trendy! Doe maar!
4. Ripped Jeans
The USA has the right to bear arms, while in the Netherlands the right to bare knees is taken incredibly seriously. The knees might be cold this time of year but the look is hotter than freshly fried kibbeling.
5. Dr Martens Boots
Still more popular with young Dutch women than posting room ads saying “NO INTERNATIONALS“. When grunge meets “doe maar gewoon” it’s an incredible thing!
6. Flared pants
Flared pants are so aesthetically impressive that I’m lost for words to describe how much I love seeing them at least 20 times a day in Amsterdam. Make sure to get a pair of these pants if you want to look chic and trendy while ordering an oat milk latte in a trendy Amsterdam cafe.
7. Cowboy boots
Dutch women love their bikes like a cowboy loves his horse, so it’s no surprise that these boots are so splendidly combined with cycling.
In short, Dutch fashion 2019. Deja vu!
No silverfish were hurt during the writing of this post.
Until next time, “blijf met je poten van onze ‘typisch Nederlandse’ cultuur af‘