Como usar: Blusa de Seda

21-12-2011
Postado por Alexandra

Hoje vou mostrar diferentes jeitos de usar blusa de cetim de seda, muitas pessoas adoram mas não sabem como combinar com as roupas que já tem no armário. Essas blusinhas são quase que uma peça coringa, pois dá para usar de diversas maneiras e estilos.Básico casual – Blusa de seda de uma cor básica com jeans, você fica casual mas ao mesmo tempo está chique.

Basic Listrada:

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Romântica – Use a blusinha com uma saia de babados (não importa se é cintura alta ou não)

Basic Rosa com Saia Molly:

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Trabalho – Para usar no trabalho você pode usar a blusa com uma saia de cintura alta e um blazer ou bolero.

Saia Secret Marinho com Basic Verde Clara:Photobucket

Almoço – Para sair para almoçar no fim de semana (nesse calor!!) use a blusa com um shorts, nesse exemplo abaixo coloquei com um shorts de couro.

Shorts de Couro com Blusa Adele:Photobucket

Jantar – Outro jeito básico e chique para usar: com calça boca de sino. Se a blusa for de uma cor forte melhor ainda!

Basic Vermelha com Boca de Sino:Photobucket

Balada – É só colocar uma saia colada ao corpo que está pronta! Você ainda pode jogar uma jaqueta de couro colorida por cima que fica super legal!Saia Tubo com Basic Paetê:Photobucket

Todas as peças são aqui da Honey Pie, claro :)

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  1. Cinta disse:

    Shalom, Helen, Nice to hear from you.Authority: You mean someone needs to pmeirt me to form a Jewish community organisation? I have the authority. So, for that matter, do you.As to who recognises the Court anyone who chooses to do so. There is (presently) no reason other Ottawa rabbis would not, but do bear in mind that it is not in the nature of a congregational rabbi to recognise any authority than his or her own. I would not say that’s an ideal mindset, but it’s definitely the reality.There is nothing in Ottawa similar to the Va’ad Ha’ir/MK in Montreal which is most definitely a good thing. You should know, by the way, that no other community in Canada, even Toronto, has anything remotely similar to the Va’ad which is most definitely a good thing.What reason would the Federation have for recognising or not our activities? We don’t ask them for money.Congress is our competitor. We differ from Congress in three ways:1. We do not speak from a secular perspective2. We do not purport to be the voice of Canadian Jewry3. We do not advocate on behalf of IsraelThis being Canada, Item 3 is a bit controversial, isn’t it? The Court discussed this at our first meeting. We decided that Israel/Palestine would not be a primary focus. The activities and foolishness of Students Against Israeli Apartheid is a local issue, not an Israel/Palestine one. It remains my opinion that we should seek status as intervenors with the Ontario Human Rights Commission but this is not the opinion of my colleagues. The most they were willing to undertake at this time was a public statement, the approval of which may well be a 2-1 split. I’m not likely to favour a watery public statement and I don’t think they are likely to favour a strong one, but one never knows.Thanks again for writing.Kindest,Reb A