Lookbook Moda Ponto Net

As meninas do Moda Ponto Net são demais. Fico mega feliz em trabalhar com elas porque, além do bom gosto na escolha das roupas, tudo é feito com muito carinho. Elas escolheram uma doceria linda em São Paulo, a Le Jardin Secret, para locação das fotos da coleção de verão Moda Ponto Net.

Já está preparada para pirar nos looks? Estão lindos demais. Minha primeira paixão é o vestido bandage preto. Uma coisa. O meu (que praticamente roubei no dia da foto) já usei mil vezes. E o vestido longo rosé? Delicado sem limites! O vestido verde de renda também é apaixonante. QUEROOOO djá um desse para mim.

Aproveite para ver esses looks lindos da MPN e para saber valores e comprar é só clicar aqui no site! Parabéns, MPN. Lookbook perfeito!!

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14 respostas para “Lookbook Moda Ponto Net”

  1. Adorei a influência sixties nas peças e no tratamento das fotos! Ponto alto para o vestido guipir! Adorei!
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  3. Old Swedish house in Skansen National Park

    The world’s oldest open-air museum, Skansen is a historic village made up of houses and farms from all over Sweden, representing rural and urban culture from the 1720s to the 1960s here. Churches, schools, manor houses, shops, mills, workers’ houses, shops. (including book, print shops, shoemakers, rattan craftsmen, comb makers and glassware), bakeries, railroad carriages, Sami camps, reindeer and a large number of reindeer. These farm houses and workshops are inhabited by costumed interpreters who perform daily tasks demonstrating craftsmanship and skills including household and farm work. The zoo includes animals native to Sweden, including an exotic animal section and a children’s zoo.

    Located in the large urban Djurgården park, Skansen is a favorite with locals, especially during the summer months. Throughout are traditional cafes, restaurants, candy bars and even hotels. Kayak and bicycle rentals are also available if you’re feeling energetic. The Abba Museum can be found here along with the Gröna Lund amusement park. You can take a ferry from Gamla Stan or Slussen, or take a tram or bus from Gamla Stan or Slussen. Normalmstorg The park is a 15-minute walk from the city center. Stop by the Djurgården Visitor Center for more information.
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