In the first day of Pulp Fashion Week Paris the weather was quite mild. Mild as the early spring can be, right? …. So I found it to be the perfect opportunity to début a few pieces I was looking forward to wearing. The black bodysuit from a high end brazilian plus size swimwear brand, my chamois camel skirt and my very first denin shirt. All combined into a seventies look. Check out how cool it turned out.
Take a look at this black bodysuit. It is actually a swimsuit from the preview of the winter collection from Marini Brasil. Their production is exclusively plus size and has high quality fabrics. This is my third swimwear from them and I do not intend to stop ahahahaha. This bodysuit has a great cut, is open on the back, just enough for a sexy and less covered fit. Usually we do not wear bra and that is an issue for me in the when it comes to this type of cuts. But Marini nailed it by creating an internal and invisible support for the breats. Adding this feature to the robust fabric, it turned out to be one of the best shapes I got in my closet. Ideal for the summer in europe and winter in Brasil.
To complete my seventies look I paird the bodysuit with a camel skirt from Violeta by Mango. Visually it is a beautiful one, the fabric is good enoigh but the cut sucks. Seriously. The linen inside is made too small for the skirt so outside it is my size but inside it is so small that when I walk the skirt turns, wrinkles and just pisses me off. I was about to get it back in the shop but unfortunatelly I had no time for it. I will fix it myself, though.
The denin shirt with the leather jacket helped to warm me and gave the outfit more modern touch. The wooden platforms were just the perfect match, together with the yellow bucket bag.
Bodysuit: Marini Brasil
Skirt and denin top: Violeta by Mango
Shoes: Dress To
Bag: Bolsas para Você