vichy

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t-shirt: Zara | skirt: Pull&Bear | shoes: Vans | earrings: Mango

This skirt was one of my acquisitions on sale. An excellent one, because, in my opinion, this vichy trend makes it in a versatile piece. I imagine it with blacks and whites or with strong colors. With sneakers for a cooler look or with sandals for a girly one. The first outfit that I imagine with it was this one, black and white, my favorite. It always works! What do you think?

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Esta saia foi uma das minhas aquisições nos saldos.  Uma excelente aquisição porque na minha opinião, esta nova tendência vichy torna-a numa peça super versátil. Tanto a imagino com pretos e brancos como com cores mais fortes. Com ténis, para um conjunto mais cool ou com sandálias, para algo mais girly. O primeiro conjunto que eu imaginei com ela foi este, preto e branco, o meu preferido, resulta sempre! Que acham?

T.

Photography Margarida Martins

knot buttons

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shirt: mom | skirt: Pull&Bear | coat and earrings: Mango | sandals: Zara Home

‘Narnia’ it’s the name that I (and a friend of mine) call to my grandmother’s wardrobe. She is a dressmaker, and since I remember, she makes clothes for her clients, for my mom, my sister and me since we were little. In her wardrobe, besides her clothes, are a lot of clothes that she did to my mom. Each time that I open it, I found a new piece, a piece that calls my attention, a piece that I already imagine myself wearing an outfit with it. Or maybe, every time I open the wardrobe, I simply saw that same piece in a different way. It is really exciting found a “new” world in this wardrobe, a “new” piece with a lot of years above it, a vintage piece that I add to my closet. I am wearing a white silk shirt from Narnia. I liked this shirt for the flowing and wide cut, the collar and the knot buttons. I already showed other pieces here and here. I have a huge esteem and love for this wardrobe. And yes, it has been feeding my crush for vintage clothes. Hope you like the outfit.

T.

Photography Diana Costa Photography

Bubble gum

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shirt and sweater: Zara | skirt: Pull and Bear

I tried the new trend pink / pink + red. I was really excited when I found this bubble gum pink shirt in Zara on sale (thinking about Summer already!). When I imagined these two colors together I always thought that they did a really bad combination. But when I saw them in shop windows it was different, I really like what I saw. In my opinion, not all trends are wearable. For some of them, we should give it a try. Hope you like this combination.

T.

Photography Margarida Martins

curtain skirt

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coat and skirt: gramma | jumper and boots: local store

This skirt is one of the greatest pieces that my grandmother made me until now. I love this skirt. It goes well with everything from classic to sporty. Their colorful fabric and shape reminds me a curtain. It’s funny how something that could be made of a curtain can be so nice. Here, I combined it with black to be the main focus in this outfit. Hope you like it.

T.

Photography Margarida Martins

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second chances

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Vintage and second hand stores are a crush to me. In the vintage store Mão Esquerda (this store is pure love!) I found this beautiful skirt and in Absolutribut (unhappily now permanently closed) I found this coat. I think it’s pretty easy to see that ‘one man’s trash is another man’s treasure’. Hope you like it.

T.

Photography Diana Costa