Last weekend we went to Gramado, in the south of Brazil, to check out the summer colleciton of Cravo & Canela. The fair started on Monday so we had part of Saturday and all Sunday to enjoy the city’s autumn weather.
Specially during autumn and winter the hotels at the city are usually crowded and during my search I found a recently opened option slightly outside the city center, Pousada La Vista. Since the forecast was for rain on Sunday, I chose a beautiful, cozy place to spend the day. In addition, of course, I planned a hundred photos there. Who else also chooses hotel thinking about the photos ?!
We stayed in one of the cabins and enjoyed every second of our stay. The photos we took there were so beautiful that I decided to share some clicks with you.
In such a gorgeous place I decided to photograph my new Tutu flats, this beautiful shoes entirely inspired by the universe of dancers. So beautiful and delicate that it made me feel like a real ballerina (my dream is to have all the lightness and the posture of them!).
The cabin we stayed in has two floors and all the places are so charming! Loved this upstairs little window that has two twin beds and this table with a delightful view for an afternoon coffee.
I love this combination of white and camel for autumn, it’s elegant and a great option to escape from the usual darkest looks. The striped sweater has already appeared here in several looks and the Cravo & Canela boots was the ideal choice for our days in Gramado.
Another look I wore there in that color chart: white and earthy tones. This time in addition to the camel, which appears on the Makenji’s wool coat, I also wore the leopard scarf and the oxford in darker shades.
On Sunday, after a rainy and foggy morning, the end of the afternoon surprised us with a beautiful sunset. The cabin had a delightful view to enjoy the end of the day and the light was incredible.
It feels so good to be able to get away from the routine and find inspiration in new places. We ended up working all day to record a little of the beauty of the place, but it was worth every click we made there. Reviewing the photoswe already miss this wonderful place!