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Dust Fashion Nosara 2012


Another year has passed and it looks like, yet again, Nosara will not be getting asphalt. However, potholes, molasses and choking dust are nothing for a seasoned Nosareño. Not only do we still carry out business in a dust cloud, we look good doing it. Here are some of the hottest fashions for this season in Nosara.

Here is a stylish rider: a helmet ($50+), promoting aerodynamics, as well as style and safety if nicely complimented by goggles. The
goggles keep the dust out and the coloured tint lets you see others without them seeing you.

A more traditional look: also taking advantage of the safety, airflow and simple style of a helmet this rider opted for clear goggles. While clear goggles will not shade you from the sun, they offer a chance to accent your eyes, perhaps with a little mascara.

This woman opted for the scarf over the helmet: a slightly more affordable look that promotes beauty over safety. A scarf keeps the hair out of the face, while another compliments the first while keeping dust from the nose and mouth. A pair of stylish sunglasses top off this outfit

White is definitely in this season, if you can keep it clean. Here a simple yet elegant white hair band keeps your hair neatly tucked away. White rimmed sunglasses provide protection from the sun and look good. The dust mask provides great protection from dust as well as a utilitarian juxtaposition.

Here is a unique style: the beanie in Nosara’s sun says, “Even in the heat I’m still cool.” While the goggles with a strap provide secure yet fashionable eye protection all of which is complemented by a designer dust-mask for ventilation and style.

Here is a classy look, a mix of old an new. The vintage helmet is a slightly more affordable option ($25) than your average one. It neatly compliments a silk scarf ($50) which will feel soft and gentle while defending you from the dust. The look is tied together neatly by a pair
of sunglasses.

Sometimes elegance is best displayed through simplicity, as is the case with this one. A simple yet practical red scarf highlights skin tone while keeping dust out of your throat. This is neatly held in place by a combination helmet visor which serves to protect your head, eyes
and style.

The vintage helmet shows the return of driving fashion from the turn of the century which is juxtaposed with a bright green scharf. The light stitching on the scarf makes it light enough to wear on the hottest days, yet still able to protect from the dust.

More White. This stylish hat ensures that one can be stylish and yet protect your head and ears from the sun whilst shading the eyes. Prescription glasses provide a good way to keep dust from the eyes while being able to see properly. This is all complimented by a simple bandana for the dust.


More Entertainment News

Rumor Has It That the Play to Raise Funds for the Library Was a Hit

Chaos reigned on stage and the audience cackled and roared with laughter as 10 actors collectively known as the Nosara Players interpreted Rumors, a comic play by Neil Simon, at the Selva Mar Club on Sunday, February 19th.

Kirtan Week in Nosara

The evening of Thursday, February 16, singer Krishna Das, popularly known as the rock star of chanting, will give a presentation beginning at 8 p.m. in the yoga studio of the Blue Spirit center in Garza. 

BlackSheep Turns Six and Celebrates with a Big Party

Next Saturday, February 18th, the BlackSheep, the only Irish pub in the middle of the Guanacaste jungle, will celebrate birthday number six. The party will start at 5 p.m. and all of the guests will be able to enjoy the exclusive music of successful trombonist Mark McGrain visiting us from New Orleans, USA.

Thousands Enjoyed the Nosara Fiestas

This year, the Fiestas of Nosara drew a big crowd with thousand of people in attendance. The main event in the arena saw rodeo riders from all over Guanacaste, Nicaragua, Brasil and United Estates. The participants in the arena were a good mix of tourists and locals.

Caricaco Music Festival Brings Music Caravan to Nosara
• Five Costa Rican rock bands and a California band will put on the year's best music show

Already in its fourth consecutive year, the Caricaco Music Festival will be held on March 10th at the Tierra Magnifica Hotel and will include Costa Rican bands Zopilot, Calle, Cocofunka, Sonámbulo and Daniel Patiño Quintana, along with California band Perro Bravo.

Enter VON's Writing Contest
Famous Writer Clive Matson is the Contest Judge

"We all have very interesting stories," affirmed author and poet Clive Matson, who will be visiting Nosara to conduct a writing seminar, and The Voice of Nosara would like to hear your stories. We invite you to submit an entry in our first writing contest, and Matson will select the winner, whose story will be published by VON.

Astrology VON February 2012

February invites us to spend time fine-tuning our relationship with the rest of the world. Listen, be patient, and do your best to get along with each other. Find the balance between caring for yourself, and working for the greater good. Take steps to forgive. Heal any unresolved wounds from the past that may come up for review.

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