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I think I don’t even need to explain my preference in terms of color for fall outfits right? Even without planning, the pieces in earthy tones, especially in this rusty tone, end up in all my looks.

The knit sweater from the Pop Up Store was the starting point this time. I really like these tricot sweaters with a round neck and kinda cropped. I loved this combination of black, white, gray and a more colorful band in the middle. Also, stripes … another of my passions!

I decided to bet on this proposal of colors of the blouse for the whole look. The color appears once more in the Makenji button skirt. I wore the Shoulder blazer once more,  I spoke in the other post and I repeat here, this blazer has been a key piece for many productions, the ideal length, neutral color, simply a great choice.

In the accessories I chose a beautiful crochet bag from Marilia Cabral. I showed this bag in the Instagram stories and I must also mention here that it is my new favourite. So beautiful and so well made! I also wore gray Arezzo boots and white ZeroUV glasses.

top: Pop Up Store / blazer: Shoulder / skirt: Makenji / sunglasses: ZeroUV / bag: Marilia Cabral / shoes: Arezzo

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This look could be my uniform during the fall, it brings together several classic details that I love and it’s the kind of outfit that I never get tired to wear.

Starting with this print, right? I wondered if it was pied de poule or a very delicate chess, but I do love the timeless design anyway. In black and white there’s no error. This time I wore the blazer and skirt together, kinda like a suit, but I can imagine so many different outfits for both pieces. Oh, and those pieces are from Pop Up Store.

I confess that I immediately thought about the Clueless film outfit and I totally went into that inspiration, completing the look with the white lace bow shirt.

Accessories also help to compose according to the inspiration, the black boater hat and the over the knee boots give the final touch. And the polka-dot bag is that detail I love, a discreet and fun mix of prints. What about?

blazer: Pop Up Store / skirt: Pop Up Store / bag: Dafiti / sunglasses: ZeroUV / boots: Suzana Santos

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Think about a wonderful piece that does not need anything else to have an awesome outfit? This romper from the Pop Up Store is just like that, what a piece!

Whe they opened their store I fell in love with it and it’s definetely my favorite piece of the collection. It’s black, it’s chic, it’s striped, it’s embroidered … I love the V neckline, the thinner sleeves and the lighter fabric. When it comes to wearing it, it does not require accessories and rocks the look itself, do you imagine hiding all those details under a jacket or blazer? Nah!

I wore only a few accessories and since sparkle is never too much, I bet on Esdra’s black and silver boots. I loved this combo of prints in silver between the romper and the boots. The gray velvet bag is another cool detail. Final touch with mirrored glasses and my usual bun! Did you like it?

romper: Pop Up Store / bag: Rosegal / sunglasses: ZeroUV / boots: Esdra

Vestido Estampado

Usually we associate summer and spring with colorful looks, in lighter and more cheerful tones, while autumn and winter are usually linked to more sober colors and neutral tones right? I see this as an invitation to reverse the order of things. You all should try a very colorful winter look, it looks incredible and totally rocks those gray days.

Today’s look is just like this, a colorful and cheerful proposal for autumn. Although I love wearing earthy tones and burgundy at this time of year, I like even more to try other possibilities. So how about wearing a colorful printed dress?

I chose a very cute dress from Pop Up Store, besides the light and colorful print, the shape is really different. With cutouts on the sides and back and many frills this dress can easily be worn in the spring or fall.

As the weather has oscillated quite a bit here I chose a 3/4 sleeve coat also full of color. What about betting on a warm piece in a different color like this rose-colored coat?

For the accessories I chose shades of gray for both the purse and the shoes, a neutral touch in the middle of so many colors. But notice the details: I used a keychain with pompoms to keep the inspiration colorful and fun of the look.

dress: Pop Up Store / Coat: SINCERELY SWEET / sunglasses: Zerouv  / shoes: Divalesi

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black lace romper

Although I love mixing prints and thinking about different color combinations, sometimes a whole black look is enough to make me happy. Of course in my case it has to have some different details that make the monochrome look more interesting, right?

This black romper from Pop Up Store does not need much to make a beautiful outfit. The full lace sleeve is simply beautiful. I must say that I also really like the neckline V and the bottom with a pleated detail.

As the focus goes all the way to the sleeves, I did not even consider wearing a cardigan or blazer, and you know I love to wear a second or third piece. This time I contented myself with completing it with accessories and monochrome choices to let the romper shine.

I wore two Pandora necklaces, one of them a little longer, and I loved mixing them. And all monochromatic in the other accessories with ZeroUV glasses, mini bag and Tutu‘s cool shoes. If I already loved this shoe in baby pink, this version in black won and is already my new favorite. So classic and comfortable!

macaquinho: Pop Up Store / jóias: Pandora / óculos: ZeroUV / sapato: Tutu Sapatilhas

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I was realy excited for the opening of the Pop Up Store a few weeks ago. I confess that I was anxious to see the news of the brand that is now part of the Shoulder group. From what I had been following in the social networks I notice that the pieces were super cool and modern,from basic to chic, going through the classic denim short to a wonderful embroidered romper.

And that’s how I saw this set with ethnic embroidery for the first time, in a look that they posted on Instagram. The embroidered detail is gorgeous and with vibrant colors. The pieces are sold separately and I really think they can be part of many other amazing looks.. I love the straight cut of the blazer, perfect for that elongating effect.

I wore with the white shirt with black bow and noticed that I am a bit addicted to shirts like that. I like it because it’s a classic piece and it looks like it instantly makes the looks more chic.

The highlight is the embroidery details so I chose black accessories with Tabita boot and Santa Lolla mini bag, plus my classic hat. Do you like it?

blazer: POP UP STORE / shirt: POP UP STORE / shorts: Pop Up Store / earrings: PANDORA / bag: Santa Lolla / boots: Tabita

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