From winter to summer: the London looks you can take to Brazil in your suitcase!


At this time of year in London all you’ll see on the streets are scarves, heavy coats and wooly hats, but in Brazil, however, it’s time to dig out the beachwear, shorts and summer dresses and enjoy the tropical heat.

Many Brazilians at this time of year look to escape the heat of their homeland and spend their holidays In the UK. But the seasonal differences between Brazil and England can leave many confused about deciding what to pack, especially for those heading to the UK.

To help a little we have separated a few looks that have already conquered the streets of London and can also be used during the Brazilian summer, with little risk of committing any fashion faux pas.




British version: here in the UK they are an indispensable accessory, used on sweaters and pashminas to add a little glamour to the winter look.

Brazuka version: Best used at parties to add a little sparkle and give your white tops a more personalised touch.






Pleats + Glitter

British version: pleated skirts with a metallic touch are in every shop window and go well with ankle boots; they are the must haves this winter.

Brazuca version: wear the same skirt to define your party look, with a simple sleeveless top and trainers.





Street sportswear

British version: canvas and PVC jackets, with their cool and informal look, have taken over the fashionistas’ wardrobes. They are ideal for stepping out on those rainy autumn days, when it’s not too cold.

Brazuca version: the garment you can’t forget to pack in preparation for those rain showers at the end of a day spent on the beach.



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An Advertising Professional and creator of Juice Cool Hunting with more than 13 years of adventures in the world of communication. Fernanda suffers from wanderlust, the insatiable desire to travel and discover the world, and has lived in Porto Alegre, Rio de Janeiro, United States, Milan and now is based in London.