Ipanema sandals always with me on vacation! Days of well-deserved vacation for everyone! For me sea, sea and still sea! In suitcase so many costumes, read dresses and my inevitable sandals for the sea!
3 jeans to have absolutely in the wardrobe Every year, trends evolve also to revolutions: when we talk about the world of fashion and outfit, then this is a law that is worth more than in any other sector.
But the jeans are the main players of this trend: in comparison to the recent past, today there are so many that require great attention to purchase. Just think of online shopping like YOOX, which will put you in front of a choice of women’s jeans. So to know how to choose it you must know which are the best 3 jeans to be in the wardrobe.
3 jeans to have absolutely in the wardrobe
Edge cut jeans are the first trend we are going to look today, as it’s all about a novelty, but it is coming out of its niche rather quickly, expanding in Italy as well. But what is it, then? Generally the fabric is cut to the ankle. The cut is made directly after the jeans are worn, so it has a deliberately rough and jagged appearance. The model that best suits this type of workmanship is the “palazzo jeans”.
The second jeans that never miss in your wardrobe is a classic: flared jeans, available in many versions, from the classic to the more modern ones. This is a real must for lovers of the 60’s who would like to surprise with something new and eccentric, since the pants are really trendy, as well as very practical and comfortable to wear. But not just fashion, the pants are also a valid option to look slimmer and tall.
Finally, we could only close our article on the most trendy patterns with cropped jeans. That is, a perfect way between flared jeans and those with live edge cut. In fact, cropped jeans are mostly flared but with the edge above the ankle, which remains discovered: an unusual factor, considering that the “paws” generally cover the entire ankle, foot and footwear. In this case, however, the optical effect is really nice. Especially when paired with a pair of footwear that pinch the legs, such as high heels.
Weekend in Puglia: history, relax and good food in the masseria! During the occasion of the Fashion Puglia event mentioned in the previous post, we spent a beautiful weekend in Ostuni staying in a typical Apulian farm: Masseria il Frantoio
The sensation of feeling at home, within a large family ready to welcome you and make you feel at ease. Gentle, discreet and available to any our request and need, the staff of the masseria welcomed us and indulged for the entire duration of our stay.
Holiday in Puglia: history, relax and good food in the masseria!
The structure dates back to the 1500’s, a masseria and country farm, now transformed into a Charming Hotel and organic farm. A place full of history that will be told with passion by whom lives the masseria every day with the heart and with the soul. Seventy-two hectares of land where the structure is surrounded by secular olive trees, organic gardens and typical Apulian landscapes! Do not miss a tour of the farm on the legendary Fiat B of ’49! And then ample space to relax: from the Italian garden, to the orchard and to the pool area. Interior lounges and typical rooms available to customers where you can admire authentic items with years of history behind them kept with great care and attention by the staff. The bedrooms, where it seems to enter another era, are comfortable and cozy. Until you reach the heart of the farm: the mill! Big stone wheels originally moved by mules and then in the 800, with the arrival of the industrial revolution, moved by a motor. Today kept in perfect condition to be admired by visitors.
From rich and tasty breakfast to dinner: all prepared with organic products provided by the farm. Everything becomes homemade biscuits and cakes, tasty dishes prepared with vegetable and herbs, homemade pasta, high quality organic olive oil, herbal teas and rosé. In short, a delight for the palate with a different menu each day! For wine connoisseurs, the winery reserves seventy-five Apulian labels to be tasted.
I had never been to Ostuni and I fell in love with it! Also called “white city” because of its old town, once painted with white lime, is a characteristic Apulian town close to the sea. I will always bring a pleasant memory of this city with me, thanks to the wonderful stay in the masseria!