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This spring is for light blue linen

Le Fashionaire This spring is for light blue linen linen light blue white stripes mango blazer asymmetrical skirt baby blue white linen stripes zara hoop cinco gold earrings 6443F EN 805x450

Spring. Finally, after the rainy days, Sunday was made of sun and pleasant temperatures. And I, who do not care anything about Easter, took the opportunity to wear two pieces that have been made for spring: the blazer and the linen skirt. The truth is that...

My parisian berets in Paris

Le Fashionaire My parisian berets in Paris dark blue white cotton stripes knit mango fake black leather high wais paper bag trousers shein asos camel beret brown mesh mango bucket bag 3655F EN 805x450

Paris. Going to Paris without a beret is like going there and not eating croissants (by the way, I guess I've never eaten so many in my life). Of course, it's cliché, but it doesn’t mean that it’s bad. Especially when the thermometers are 0...

For you, Margarida

Le Fashionaire For you, Margarida faux fur pale pink black asos coat black zara straw basket white roses black bow neck velvet zara shirt white pearls hoop earrings pedra dura 0937F EN 805x450

And to all the "Margaridas" who read me. On Friday, between a gray and particularly stressful day, I was feeling kind of exhausted. There's a lot going on that sometimes I have to stop so I do not feel like I'm carrying the weight of...

Polka dots: the trend that is forever

Le Fashionaire Polka dots: the trend that is forever maxi white tweed coat zara pearls buttons white polka dots black shein bow shirt patchwork leather blue nude skirt zara 8949F EN 805x450

Polka dots. If there is a  timeless pattern it is undoubtedly the polka dots pattern. And the stripes. Both are patterns that, regardless of whether they are more or less on trend, always work. Marilyn Monroe was a fan, Jacqueline Kennedy wore them with unparalleled elegance...

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