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Inspirações para resgatar o seu casaco denim

Denim é um dos tecidos mais democráticos, e que existe em todos os closets, dos mais glamourosos aos mais descontraídos. A sua popularidade deve-se ao seu conforto e versatilidade, mas acima de tudo ao seu factor cool.

Graças à essas características, o tecido ganhou o seu lugar praticamente eterno no mundo da moda, nunca saindo de cena. No caso dos casacos, a sua incrível adaptabilidade a combinações tanto de inverno quanto de verão, faz da peça indispensável no armário de quem quer criar looks modernos e frescos para o dia a dia.

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Para se inspirar a resgatar o seu casaco de ganga do armário, veja a seguir uma seleção de looks de influencers usando a peça em diferentes ocasiões.

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2 days ago marked the 8th anniversary of my move from 🇨🇵 to 🇬🇧 (hence the colour scheme 🤷🏾‍♀️)! 8 years!!! 😲 It could feel like 2, it could also feel like 20. I was initially leaving for 2 years though.. 8 years later all I know is that I'm not less of one, and not more of the other, I'm just more Freddie (and we're cheering to that! 💥). I left France almost on a whim (but also very much for that ex boyfriend, let's be honest 😂), insecure wouldn't begin to describe the state of my core then, but somehow I was convinced that I would always be short-changed in Paris, I would always be boxed. My suburbs, my blackness, I felt like I had tried for the best part of 23 years to prove them it didn't make me any less worthy and capable, and it grew tiring. So London called, most black Parisians people would tell you we have it better here. But to be honest, I also know that part of it is plain privilege. Here I have this "cute" accent, I'm from abroad and I speak funny, so I can't be placed or boxed as easily as black British. I also get to be French here, it never has been a given there though. And I know I'd probably have it easier if I was to live in the US for example, for the same reasons. I don't know why privilege and intersectionalities are such a tricky subject for some. Having it easier doesn't mean you have it easy, and it doesn't mean you chose it either.  I don't think I'll ever feel at home again in Paris (it's been too long, the Brits have softened me up, I would get eaten alive 😂) and I don't know if I'll ever be home in London (after last night, sounds like no one knows 🙃). All I know is that I'm privileged in some ways in both places. And it's only my two cents but I think that all these things happening right now, from the global uncertainty to the plain horror, are also happening to urge us to set things straighter among ourselves. This centuries old society has been set to favour a small portion of us, recognising it is the only way to start fixing it, we actually don't have the time to make it (or take it) too personal(ly). Hugo's generation (see my cue to the jacket though?!) needs to be freed from all of this BS 🙄 . #ootd #gifted

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Inspirações para resgatar o seu casaco denim
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