Cintia Bergamasco

. October 1, 2013.
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How do you juggle school and design well?

I like to be comfortable in my clothes everywhere from going to school, to taking a walk at the park, or going to movies. Also, I think the most important thing is to feel confident wherever you are.

How do you describe your personal style? Are you into trends?

I don’t follow trends. I like to wear warm colors in spring and summer, like coral and yellow, and cooler colors during fall and winter such as blue, purple and brown. Sometimes I go to my closet and spend some time choosing the clothes to wear. It all depends on the occasion and on the weather. Definitely, sunglasses and a matching combination of bag and shoes too.

Where do you like to shop? What are your favorite A2 stores?

It all depends on what I’m looking for. If I’m looking for something unique, I go to Urban Outfitters. Another good option is the variety that can be found at Macy’s. I also go to Target, Marshall’s, or TJ Maxx where I may find different looks for good prices.

You’re originally from Brazil. Has A2 style influenced you?

Yes, it has lol. In general, I no longer wear heels so often. During summer or winter, I prefer to wear nice shoes that I can walk in downtown without any pain. Also, I like how people dress here in winter, and it’s new to me since we don’t have a need for that type of clothing where I come from. I love combinations of hats, scarves, and coats.

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