Brazilian fashion trends for summer in 2017

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The most keenly anticipated season of the year is almost upon us, and with it comes a new set of Brazilian fashion trends – which always make the Brazilian summer even hotter than the last.

Here is a list of some trends which will be making their way into your wardrobe over the next few months:

LIGHT AND EARTHY TONES

Off-white, beige, pink grey, blue, mustard and caramel are the colours of summer 2017 in Brazil.

SLIP DRESS

Those little dresses which resemble 90s nightdresses look like being one of the big hits of the season. Sexy and with a satin touch, they can be paired with all sorts of shoes, from heels to simple trainers.

BARDOT TOP

Visible shoulders will be one of the features of this season. With their strategic cuts and straight necklines, Bardot tops have all that is required to be a hit.

STRAPPY SANDALS

Strappy sandals are a strong candidate to be this summer’s favourite footwear item. Whatever the colour, they will no doubt be seen on every street corner.

WAISTCOATS

Long or short, they can be used over tops, blouses, dresses or, depending on the model, as a main feature.

APRON DRESS

Fresh, sporty and young, apron dresses are another of this season’s trends.

CHOKER

After a successful winter, chokers are storming into summer 2017, popular in leather or jewellery versions.
FLORAL

A summer stalwart, floral patterns never fail when the sun comes out. This year, the focus is on different materials, such as satin and denim with alternative finishes.

POUCH BAGS

Women who tend to carry around everything plus the kitchen sink will love this trend. A practical option, pouch bags have enough space for all you need, finished with vibrant colours and cheerful designs.

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