Rio de Janeiro, the second largest city in Brazil, is best known for its natural settings, carnival celebrations, samba, and balneario beaches. Maintaining a relatively warm, tropical climate year round makes Rio accustomed to beach-wear, with unique swimsuits, flowing skirts and short tops. In terms of fashion, clothing is usually very bold, colorful, and accessorized. An outfit will usually be completed with a head wrap, chunky jewelry, and espadrilles. Brazilian fashionistas aren’t afraid of mixing prints, creating unique ensembles that tend to have a more-is-more approach. Due to the mix of Portuguese, African, Italians and Natives, Rio serves as a major multi-cultural hub that influences the remarkable energy and lifestyle that the city entails. Whether you are heading to Copacabana or channeling your inner boho-brazilian, you can’t go wrong with a little bit of imagination and a whole lot of color.
Get the look:
1. Eugenia Kim Chiara Silk-Jersey Turban Headband ($95) 2. TopShop Dip-Dye Bralet ($48) 3. Bauble Bar Floral Vignette Necklace ($38) 4. Sophie by Sophie Large Banlge ($137) 5. Roberto Cavalli Ruffled Print Silk-Satin Skirt ($241) 6. Essie Nail Polish in Raspberry ($8) 7. Laurence Heller Embroidered Sequins Cotton Straw Clutch ($91) 8. Zara Wedge Espadrille ($19)
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