Knitting and Tailoring in Casual Look

Knitting and Tailoring in Casual Look

Who knew that materials with a more social footprint would yield such a casual and comfortable look? The secret is to bet on differentiated models to leave the more traditional compositions. I used this production on my last trip to Paris, but I’m already dying to repeat it – especially on those days of undefined weather in São Paulo 😉
The pinstripe pants had everything to be Boring and very classic, but the shorter modeling, in the pantacourt style, brought much more modernity to the look. Aah, and without that just using that length with heels, okay? I’m not tall, but I hardly give up on comfort! The sneaker look doesn’t really stretch the silhouette, but it brings a more cool for production.
Knitting and Tailoring in Casual Look
At the top, instead of going in the more classic white shirt, I opted for a cropped short-sleeved knit. This is an excellent piece for the mid-season climate, because it gets very hot. If it gets cold, just put a basic shirt underneath; the overlay looks amazing!
And to bring a touch of color to the all neutrinho look, nothing better than a yellow bag! Amazingly, mustard works in several productions and always adds more personality to the composition. As I use many pieces of basic colors, the vibrant purse became almost an essential in my closet!
Knitting and Tailoring in Casual Look
Why not use your creativity to put together looks with pieces that you already have in your closet? Take advantage of the weekend to try out new combinations, I’m sure you won’t need to go shopping anytime soon!
– Knitting | shoulder
– Pantacourt | shoulder
– Tennis | Adidas
– if | Marni
– Glasses | Jimmy Choo

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