Sao Paulo Fashion Week kicked off with a showing of Fall fashion we want to emulate. Coming down the runway, an eclectic mix of the femme countered with cool accessories and slick silhouettes. Whether it's something about the prints, the accessories, or a single piece we covet, we've narrowed down 12 must-mimic looks from seven fantastic Sao Paulo runways. Click through for all the fabulous styling.
We love the look of something sultry, like this corseted top paired under a trench on Gisele at Colcci . Try it this Spring with your favorite floral skirt.
Neutral-hued booties elongate legs and toughen up a sweet day dress just a tad at Triton.
A look to mimic from Tufi Duek: soft sequins mean they work through the seasons, not just around holidays.
My first thought when I spied this look at Iodice: wear more hats. My second: make use of bold accessories, and invest in a fabulous gold belt like this one.
Bold coral and a khaki contrast from Cori injects a little more fun into work-wear.
Two things I love about this look from Tufi Duek: the silhouette and the soft palette.
I'm seeking the perfect, not-too-revealing sheer maxi, and this is a great example of how to wear it. From Triton, a more conservative, belted top tones down the racy factor for daytime.
These racer-backs from Reinaldo Lourenco are gorgeous on anything from dresses to casual tees; elegant and supersexy all at once.
Brights and blacks make perfectly-paired opposites; throw on a statement necklace and booties, and you've got an outfit you can live in Fall and Spring.
The embellished sweaters at Juliana Jabour reminded me that even my cozy clothes can get glam. I love how her earrings mimic the work on her top.
The new way to dress for cocktails from Cori. I love the neckline on this, as well as the abstract, watercolor print; modern and femme.
One of my new must haves: a vest or jacket to wear casually over anything from a pencil to a full floral midi skirt, even denim, like this one from Cori.