Novidade: Fashion UP

Eu adoro conhecer marcas novas. Novas possibilidades, novas inspirações… Essa semana fui apresentada à Fashion Up. Uma marca que acaba de nascer com pegada fast fashion, mas cheia de atitude e com peças que transitam bem nos nossos looks do dia a dia e também festas e baladas! Recebi inúmeras peças e me encantei com várias. Não só pelo estilo, mas também pela qualidade no acabamento. Muito show. Os preços também são bem bacanas. Vale muito isso, não é mesmo meninas?

Escolhi um vestido floral bem fofo da marca para o meu dia de trabalho e fotos ontem. Bem a minha cara. Delicado, confortável e com pegada princesinha. Não é demais? Para conhecer mais da Fashion Up (que fez um lookbook lindo com a Camila Coelho) é só clicar aqui ou no facebook da marca aqui! 

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18 respostas para “Novidade: Fashion UP”

  1. Oi Lalá! To querendo comprar um vestido lá mas to perdida…qual a sua numeração normal, 38, 40? Já entrei em contato com a loja mas não me ajudou muito.

  2. Have you ever heard of second life (sl for short). It is basically a game where you can do anything you want. Second life is literally my second life (pun intended lol). If you would like to see more you can see these second life websites and blogs

  3. Ban Sao Nak

    A view of Lampang people’s way of life through the architecture of “Baan Sao Nak”, an ancient teak house over 100 years old with distinctive features of Burmese and Lanna architecture. The reputation of Ban Sao Nak is well known among designers and architects. It is now open as a museum on art and culture of Lampang Province. Show objects of various ancient utensils such as silverware, antique chests, iron wreaths, lacquerware, etc. Who wants to experience the way of life of Lampang people? I recommend you to come to “Ban Sao Nak”, a teak house that carved the life values ​​of Lampang people. For more details, please visit BaanSaoNak Facebook page.

    12-07-2021 BY ศุภดา Go to website:

  4. This oyster house is located at Village No. 1, Ban Tha Som, Tha Som Subdistrict, Kom Saming District, Trat Province. We can go see fresh oyster rafts. Reach the middle of the Trat Sea by taking a boat to cruise through the mangrove forest to the middle of the sea to reach the villagers’ oyster rafts.15-07-2021 BY hunny Go to website:

  5. For tourists who take pictures another place I recommend you to try it once in Tokyo. “Sagano Bamboo Forest” is a bamboo forest that has been arranged along a walkway for about 500 meters. The path is shady with nature. It is another highlight of Kyoto. That attracts a lot of tourists to come to this bamboo forest. Another highlight is that there will be a vintage rickshaw service. Let you see a traditional Japanese bamboo forest. Or who would rent a Japanese dress to wear and take pictures? It’s quite interesting.
    17-07-2021 BY ศุภดา Go to website:

  6. Erawan Waterfall is located in Si Sawat District. Kanchanaburi

    It is another tourist attraction that many people may already be familiar with, located in Si Sawat District. Kanchanaburi Province, where the waterfall has a total of 7 floors, but it used to be called Sadong Mong Lai Waterfall, according to the name of the creek, the source of the waterfall, has rocks with a distance of more than 1,500 meters, each level will have different beauty. most famous of Kanchanaburi Province as well
    20-07-2021 BY ศุภดา Go to website:

  7. Although Fingal Cave in Scotland This might seem like any block structure. man made But in fact, many of these hexagonal monoliths occur naturally. with a cave that is a longitudinal cavity causing the inside of the cave to cause an echo Similar to music. Sometimes people refer to this cave as the “Cave of melody.”
    24-07-2021 BY ศุภดา Go to website:

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