Can’t pretend

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So my husband asked me why I’m using the same bag from my last style post…and I get it because back in the days I used to switch from bag almost everyday but that was before we moved and I had to leave/ditch/donate pretty much all of my stuff. As I said before that was kinda traumatic and since we don’t know how much we’ll be staying here I don’t wanna go through the same process all over again. In fact I already have more stuff that I can fit into my two suitcases so I only go shopping when I truly need or want something. Besides I don’t feel like dressing up just for the blog, I want to keep things real: these are my clothes, this is what I wear. (more…)

Go by instinct

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Petite girls can’t wear big bags…says who? Although I’m not a big fan of huge purses sometimes we have to carry on a lot of stuff regardless of our size and high. I love the structure and material of this one from Zara. (more…)

Ronald McDonald meets Moschino

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In 1962 Andy Warhol presented a series of thirty-two canvases featuring canned soup aligned on the gallery wall like the product is displayed on grocery store shelves. It was a message about how art became just another mundane object for mass consumption. (more…)

Beauty Multitaskers

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As much as I love testing new beauty products I hate when they start to accumulate on my shelf so I’m always looking to simplify my routine with products that serve for multiple purposes at once. Listed below are my favorites.  (more…)

The new wardrobe basics

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You probably already have your basics covered. You know: your black jacket, nude pumps, etc…those are timeless pieces for a reason but let’s be honest, when all of our outfits are composed by basics we can end up looking well…basic. These four items are as versatile as your go-to essentials but way more fun! (more…)

A Ópera da Lua

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Yesterday we went to an expo called “A Ópera da Lua” (The Moon Opera) from Gustavo and Otávio Pandolfo, two plastic artists that also happen to be twin brothers. They mixtured diferent techniques, colorful textures and plenty of symbols that evoke the world of the oniric to compose an “opera” that feels nostalgic but vibrant and optimistic as well. (more…)