Fernanda Santos

. January 24, 2013.
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How would you describe your personal style?

Well, I think I’m very classic yet contemporary. I like what is different. Some friends say that I have my own style and that I’m very detail-oriented — I guess they’re somewhat right! In fact, I pay attention to and invest in details, but never overdo it. Less is more.

How do you put your look together?

I love blazers! I chose this red one today, which I’m in love with lately. Then, I chose the leather leggings to go with it. Leggings are my other passion. I usually wear striped shirts or print scarves with my blazers to dress them up, but since this one is red and the color catches the attention by itself, I decided to go with a plain shirt underneath.

 

What are you favorite accessories?

I love scarves. I wear them with everything. They are so charming and elegant. Above all, a good self esteem is what really can’t be missing in any look.

 

Where do you like to shop?

I’m a huge fan of BCBG Max Azria. Since their main store is a bit far from Ann Arbor, I usually go to Macy’s, where I can find the majority of their collection. I like some other places, such as J. Crew and Urban Outfitters, for more casual outfits, but BCBG just fits my style and my body shape the best. As a matter of fact, in this look, everything is BCBG Max Azria besides the boots and handbag.

 

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