MBFW Swim 2014: Bold Prints

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Summer gives us the opportunity to bring out the colorful patterns and prints. I love this dress from Marshalls because its soft and feminine, the color combo its bold yet chic, and the shape its flattering. I added red accessories for the day to make it fun and then Black & Gold at night, from my fave frugal store Accessory Fanatic, to make it more glam. Meeting Giovanni Frasson, fashion editor of Vogue Brazil, was one of the highlights of my week. He is incredibly knowledgeable about the market, the inspiration behind the Latin fashion, and how to show the Brazilian flavor to the world through fashion.

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Wearing Italia Independent Sunnies

I attended the launch of Alma Mei at Wall Miami. Alma Mei is an online boutique that donates 10% of their proceeds to a different cause every quarter. This time they partnered up with MTV to raise funds for the MTV Staying Alive Foundation and MTV Numbers Campaign which brings awareness about HIV. Their clothes and accessories are super trendy, affordable and chic, and its shopping guilt-free all for a good cause! Read more on my article for NBC.com about this unique concept boutique, how they’re aiming to make a difference and how you can be part of it.

Have you shopped in order to donate funds? What do you think of the bold prints trend? Remember: It’s Always a Matter of Class Not Cash! ♥Follow Me On Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, Bloglovin & Tumblr: HauteFrugalista♥ Enjoy & Share!
Xoxo,
Dee Trillo♥
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OOTD: Marshalls Dress, Accessory Fanatic Black Clutch and Black & Gold Cuff, Decenarios Cool Flower Ring, F21 Necklace, Charlotte Russe Belt, RUBR Watch
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Alma Mei founders Gaby Ortega and Liz De La Cruz

Giovanni Frasson
Editor of Vogue Brazil Giovanni Frasson

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El verano nos deja sacar los patrones coloridos y estampados fuertes. Este vestido de Marshalls es suave y femenino, la combinación de colores es atrevida pero chic, y la silueta es muy halagadora. Añadí divertidos accesorios rojos durante el día, y luego en la noche usé accesorios Negros y Dorados de Accessory Fanatic para darle un toque más glam. Conocer a Giovanni Frasson, Editor de Moda de Vogue Brasil, fué una de los mejores momentos de mi semana. Es muy conocerdor del mercado Iberoaméricano, de la inspiración detrás de como nos vestimos las latinas, y de cómo mostrar el sabor Brasilero a través de la moda.

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Singer and Producer Maffio Alkatraks

Asistí al lanzamiento de Alma Mei en Wall Miami. Alma Mei es una boutique que dona 10% de las ganancias que obtiene a diferentes organizaciones. Esta vez se unieron con MTV Staying Alive Org y MTV Numbers Campaign que reunen fondos para crear conciencia acerca del HIV. La ropa y accesorios que tienen son super lindos, chic, en tendencia y accesibles, asi que nada major que poder comprar mientras se dona a una buena causa. En mi artículo para NBC.com, puedes leer mas acerca de su concepto único, de lo que quieren lograr y de como hacer parte de esta movimiento.

Haz comprado en alguna tienda para poder donar fondos? Que tal te parece la tendencia de Estampados fuertes? Recuerda: Es Siempre Una Cuestión de Estilo No De Economía! ♥Sígueme en Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, Bloglovin & Tumblr: HauteFrugalista♥
Disfruta y Comparte!!
Xoxo,
Dee Trillo♥
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Pic 1 and 6 by World Red Eye. Pic 5 by Jose Romero/ Manny of Miami

11 thoughts on “MBFW Swim 2014: Bold Prints

  1. you are so brave with patterns! I envy you…I’m not a fashion expert but I can see that you didn’t go overboard with your accessories which actually really complimented the whole look 😀

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