Casual Weekend Look

This was Friday’s casual weekend look that I put together with some new goodies I bought. See below for details and photos.

I love putting skinny jeans and a loose top together that has print or is unique. Pairing it with a great purse and some booties is a great way to finish the casual look. It’s perfect for lunch dates, shopping, going around the city, or even every day errands. 

Simple makeup with a punch of red lipstick is always my go to look. I love adding color through the lips, it’s classy and instantly elevates your look. Here I used my favorite Mac lipstick, Mary Kay foundation and mascara, Maybelline mineral power (a loose powder foundation), and Covergirl’s clean glow blushed blush.

This purse I actually bought last summer in June and have used it for all seasons. It is from Aldo in Canada, which use to be one of my favorite stores to buy purses. Sadly they do not ship to Brazil! But for my readers who live in Europe or North America, I definitely recommend them. They aren’t crazy expensive and always have different styles to choose from. I love this purse because it’s simple but has beautiful detail on the front that gives it uniqueness. It is also small but fits everything you need!

These shoes are to die for. I know you have seen these a lot on my instagram, but I can’t get over how cute they are! I recommend buying a pair of neutral booties for the upcoming season (spring or Autumn, depends on where you are). They are perfect for casual days or even dressed up for a date night or gals night. They are comfy, easy to walk in and will add an elevated style to your look.

This top is seriously the cutest! I love the ruffle sleeves and the loose fit. The red lips/kisses add an extra level of cuteness, which made it irresistible that I had to buy it! This top I bought at Renner in Brazil for under 100 reais. I suggest for loose tops that you tuck in the front. This adds shape to your body, because many loose tops take this away. It also lengthens your legs and gives you height (if you are 5 feet like me, use this tip!).