Who knew that ponchos would become an essential item in my closet? Yeah, after Austin I’m wearing several models in many looks – mainly travel 😉 In addition to being a third piece not obvious, I love the different prints!
I used this production on a super busy day in Provence – we even broke into a castle! It was hot, but as we spent a lot of time outside the hotel, nothing better than taking a piece a little warmer for the night.
As I said, the poncho print made all the difference in the most basic look I was wearing. The colorful flowers and butterflies also helped to make the piece look more summery, more alive!
The fabric was also much thinner than the ponchos I used in Iceland, for example. I found this model an excellent option for the winter in Brazil – by the way, it is great for São Paulo that changes its temperature every 2 hours, haha 😉
Big, bulky glasses also help bring more life to production. I can’t let go of this model by Céline, which mixes animal print with a more closed blue; I think it’s super modern!
Underneath I was wearing a super cute little dress from Canal. It looks a lot like a skirt and blouse, right? I love this modeling with the marked waist! Furthermore, this dress is very versatile: you can wear it with a sneaker and put together a production that looks like summer, but it also looks great with black pantyhose and boots in the cold!
As a complement, I chose this black backpack with studs from C&A. The backpacks are perfect for looks with a sporty footprint and, above all, are excellent accessories for travel. This model is a super wildcard!
Do I need to talk about white sneakers? You have seen me a thousand times with similar models, but I can’t get enough. These shoes fit like a glove in all looks and, even more, make the look more casual and stylish! How can you not fall in love?
The look was feminine, but still with a street / sports feel that I’m loving to wear!
Did you also enjoy the production?
- Dress | Channel
- Poncho Crowd
- Tennis | Adidas
- Backpack | B.C
- Glasses | Céline
- Jewels | Marisa Clermann