polka dots

Today instead of posting only 1 look I decided to share 3, to show how a single idea or inspiration can yield many different productions.

To start I chose to work on a few points I have adored, flats + polka dots + earthy tones. I noticed that I have several pieces with these characteristics and I decided to try 3 different options and that can inspire many other outfits.

The first look is my favorite: polka dots rompwe and caramel accessories. Seriously, expect to see over and over again this little romper around here. I love color, print, comfort, simply everything in it. In place of my usual accessories in black and white, I opted for this old bag in caramel and Tutu’s flats. What about it?

romper: ShEIN / sunglasses: ZEROUV / Bag: BRECHÓ / flats: Tutu

The second look has shirt overlay and sweater, I love it! The romper print now appears on the details of the collar and cuff of the shirt. The predominant color is caramel, pants and sweater. I find this color super classic and easy to combine, whether in a look in earthy tones or in contrast to other colors.

In the accessories I’m wearing a tricolor mini bag and another great Tutu’s flats. Looks pretty preppy right?

SWEATER: MAKENJI  / shirt: MAKENJI / pants: RENNER / Bag: DAFITI / flats: TUTU

Finally, a look with mix of prints and mini skirt, totally me, right? The polka dots this time appear in details, like the bag and the scarf. I used the striped tshirt to add a mix of prints and make it even more fun.

The caramel skirt gives a break in the monochrome pieces, it’s a basic color combination, but sometimes we forget the simple ones. This time I wore a different flats, but with the same comfort and beauty as ever of Tutu’s shoes.

Did you like the different proposals? Which one is your favorite?

top: SLY / Skirt: ROMWE / Bag: DAFITI / sunglasses: ZEROUV / flats: TUTU

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Sometimes a simple look can be full of small details that makes the difference. Today’s look could be described as a simple overlay of a dress with a long sleeved blouse and it could be something boring.

But just the fact to mix different prints already makes the outfit much more interesting! Polka dots and stripes are a classic mix and have no error, especially if both patterns share the same colors, in this case blue and white. This is the most basic combination of prints and ideal for those who still have a certain fear when it comes to putting together such looks.

More than that, the different textures of the pieces help create this cool look. The fabric of the dress with the blouse lighter fabric (kinda sheer) and the sequine stripes make an interesting mixture between opaque, transparent and shiny. And isequins are just an upgrade to any look, right?

The bag also in blue and white but with larger pattern and inverse colors in the background gives the final touch. Because yes, I love coordinated looks! Also wearing ZeroUV round glasses and Tutu’s new two-tone flats.

dress: Lulu’s / top: Choies / sunglasses: ZeroUV / bag: Dafiti / flats: Tutu

polka dot skirt

Sometimes it makes me want to have a different routine, full of events and parties, just to be able to wear these wonderful clothes in the day to day. Some looks I just don’t want to take out and if I could I would even use to go in the bakery. Yeah!

This polka dot skirt from Eliza J is a like a dream come true! Aside from the pattern being one of my favorites, I love navy blue. I love the pattern that big and the fabric and modeling are absolutely perfect. Another detail that confirms all this perfection? This skirt has pockets, that’s love, right?

I wore it with a white off the shoulder top also from Eliza J. After all, the skirt already rocks the look and deserves total attention.

To make the look more fun, I chose a yellow rounded bag. I love wearing navy blue with a touch of yellow. Maybe you have noticed this in previous looks.

Taking advantage of this polka dot inspiration I also chose a round white glasses from ZeroUV. So the look is pure harmony with many polka dots in the print and accessories. How about this wonderful inspiration to start the week?

Skirt: Eliza J / TOP: ELIZA J / sunglasses: ZeroUV / jewelry: pANDORA 

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De vez em quando encontro uma peça que traduz tudo que amo e me faz sentir tão bem que acaba virando quase uniforme. Não importa quantas peças tenho, a minha favorita parece ser sempre a única opção. Esse macaquinho de bolinhas Dafiti (acho que esgotou, só achei na estampa floral!) foi assim, já usei casualmente, levei pra Curitiba e só agora fotografei, mas tem sido meu xodó! Dessa vez optei por uma coisa bem preppy com o casaquinho, chapéu da Oasap e bota over knee Dafiti.


Sometimes I fall in love with a piece and it doesn’t matter how many other pieces I have on my closet, that one seems to be my only option! That’s exactly the story behind this cute polka dotted romper from Dafiti. For this pictures I wanted something kinda preppy, so I’m also wearing a black & white coat, cute hat from Oasap and Dafiti over knee boots.

macaquinho|romper: Dafiti \ casaco|coat: Romwe \ bolsa|bag: Dafiti \ chapéu|hat: Oasap \ bota|boots: Dafiti

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