Portugal Fashion Week FW18-19 started yesterday in Lisbon. Let’s see my Pinkie footsteps?! Welcome to my #STYLEvibe!

Live with a Pinkie Heart & with a Yellow View

In that way, I started my journey – yesterday – at Portugal Fashion in Lisbon, where my expectations were overcome, but let me leave this for now…JUST FOR NOW {because I have a lot to say about some amazing designers that I met as Susana Bettencourt}! 

– Press play { “vai começar…”} –

Men are from Mars. Women are from Vénus.

– said Irina Chitas in a form of exploration at VOGUE Portugal.

When it comes to clothes, I start to wonder – is that so? 

As Ivete Sangalo sais on her song – “from this side / my hear bits just for seeing you / & I pretend that you aren’t there / but the feeling already started to involve / Ôô don’t stop” – I believe we must express our mood & our feelings in all ways, regardless the gender – I wonder, has clothes gender?-, & the best place to do it is exactly on a Fashion Show. Ultimately, what is  Fashion if not about Human Behaviour?!
In that way, I wanted to express eternal love & caring – the fundaments of humanity – through pastel shades of pink while orchestrating it with a peaceful blue & the warming happy yellow – btw it is the feeling that this sunglass promote, not just me saying…right my close friends?! – plus a trendy red appointment. All of that was embraced by a scarf in a patterned weave.
Besides being happy about having the sensitivity to translate my feelings into my style, happier I was because the details & shades of my style 
could be seen on the catwalk:

{long sleeves on Susana Bettencourt, red details all over Storytailors, men using scarfs in the same way I was on Alexandra Moura & the shades in most of them, special in Carlos Gil}

Curious? You have to wait to see here! 

To finish, don’t stop – #BeYOUtiful!

love, d’Oliveira fashion blog | Luís de Oliveira
#DFBlogPhotographer | Daniel Fernandes
Event | #PortugalFashionFW1819 #PortugalFashionWeek
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DFBlog | Português

Irina Chitas numa forma de exploração temática escreveu na VOGUE Portugal - "Os homens são de Marte. As Mulheres são de Vénus".
Quando falamos da arte de vestir, será assim mesmo?!
Como a Ivete Sangalo diz na sua música {À Vontade}:"...Do lado daqui/Meu coração dispara só de te ver/
E eu fingindo que você não está lá/Mas o balanço já começa a envolver/Ôô, não para..."
- Eu acredito que devemos expressar o que vai do lado daqui - do nosso coração - expressando o nosso momento e sentimentos em todos os sentidos
independentemente do género {assim eu questiono-me, roupas têm género?!}. Para além disso, onde o melhor lugar para começar a dar curtos passos nesta direção»!
Concerteza numa Semana da Moda! Em última análise, o que é a Moda se não uma questão de comportamento humano?
Neste sentido, através de uma sensualidade sincera e despida de preconceitos, expressei o amor eterno e o carinho {bases da humanidade e dos humanos enquanto seres únicos} através
de tons pasteis de rosa orquestrados com o calmante azul e o amarelo quente + detalhes em vermelho.
Tudo isto estava envolvido por um laço padronado estilo marinheiro. 
O MAIS ENGRAÇADO? é todos estes detalhes podiam ser visto na passerelle! Por sorte ou NÂO, escolhi o que o meu coração mandou!
Para terminar, "não para" de ser #BeYOUtiful love, d'Oliveira fashion blog | Luís de Oliveira

 

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3 replies on “Pink to Love & Yellow To Live

    1. Hey Himawan! I am very glad to hear from you! Yes, pink is trending our days & more importantly it is a colour that brings friendly moments to out heart! Stay positive & shine your true light!

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