It’s been a little over a year since the US celebrated its new year with a celebration of all things naked, with New Year’s Eve and the first of January a popular time for everyone to dress down.
Now, a new trend has taken root around the country: the naked new, or naked winter.
New Yorkers, for example, have been using the new holiday to get back to the basics, even if the new year has seen a slew of new holiday traditions in recent months, like wearing scarves to the beach and buying new Christmas decorations.
“We are tired of getting dressed up for holidays, especially Christmas,” said Lisa Dominguez, a New York resident who has been making a point of keeping up with New York City’s tradition of wearing scarfs.
“We are going to start wearing scarf to New Year and the new years day.”
New Yorkers are known for their love of winter, with the weather in New York city and surrounding areas typically making for some of the most gorgeous days of the year.
But many are opting for the warmer months to celebrate.
A woman poses in a jacket at a shopping mall in Manhattan on New Year, February 6, 2019.
(Andrew Burton/Getty Images)For Domingos, wearing a scarf was a way to make herself feel more at home in the city.
“I like the idea of putting a scarf on,” she said.
“It feels like a winter hat.
It feels like it is a winter outfit.”
Domingos was a New Yorker for much of her adult life, and she has been wearing a scarf for a decade, though she’s now opting for a sweater and hat instead of scarves.
Domingosa has even worn a hat to work, in a show of solidarity with New Yorkers who have chosen to wear a scarf in public.
Dominguez has been buying scarves at a local thrift store since she moved to the city in 2015.
She said she usually buys a dozen at a time, and then buys more once she’s got a few in stock.
She wears them to work as well, as she often buys at a thrift outlet, or online.
Domingosa said she was inspired to start selling scarves after seeing a man in the street with a scarf.
She says it is very simple to make a scarf, and they look amazing.
“You just have to keep it warm,” she explained.
“And then you put it on and you’re done.”
New York City is a city where wearing a coat and hat is more fashionable than ever, with many opting to get dressed up in scarves and hats to wear in public, as well.
But Domingoso said there is more to the idea than just a stylish way to get away from the cold.
“The idea is really to get to know the city, and embrace it,” she added.
“So if you are going somewhere and you see the city and you don’t want to be in the cold, just wear a sweater.
You can be comfortable, but you have to wear something.”
While it is unclear whether scarves will be part of New Year celebrations in New Jersey, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio recently signed an order to increase the size of the city’s annual scarf count from 50 to 150.
Dearingos said it was an easy decision to make.
“For New York, it’s always been a lot bigger,” she noted.
For many people, the idea is to keep up with their city, rather than looking for something new and different.
Daringos is not the only New Yorker who is dressing up for New Year.
In March, New Yorkers celebrated New Years Eve in a way that was both festive and also a bit more laid back than usual.
The city celebrated its annual New Year on the streets of the financial district, where people were allowed to go out and socialize in public with each other.
But that celebration also included an optional holiday event in which people were required to wear masks.
The masks were not for a Halloween-style party, but instead were a reminder that New Year is coming.
“Don’t look at the mask.
Look at the spirit,” said New York’s mayor.