We see her smiling after brilliantly overcoming the challenges that life has brought her. Samantha de Grenet, today, is a new woman but with the usual colorful style. We discover the match that drives us crazy.
Once you have reached the heart of the Italians, no matter how much time passes between one television broadcast and the next, they will always remember you. This seems to be the case of Samantha De Grenet who on her Instagram page of her (where she has well over five hundred thousand followers) often and willingly surprises us with outfits to copy.
Here’s how to recreate the nude look in shades of chocolate for an elegant and greedy autumn.
Vanilla for the top and chocolate for the pants: let’s dress like Samantha de Grenet
The top of Na-Kd (21.09 euros on Zalando) is in classic beige, has the oblique embossed seams and the detail of a double thin shoulder strap to also fasten at the neck and a normal wide one. Yes then to the combination with a pair of jeans or a leather leggings (black or brown).
If you want you can also wear a leather skirt like the ones we have proposed among the trends of the moment, the one-shoulder sweater by Zara (€ 29.95) tight, with ribbed work and long sleeves. With golden accessories, then, we will get close to perfection.
With Stradivarius the pants situation is solved with only 29.99 euros (on Asos and in the stores). They are in imitation leather, with a high waist and wide on the legs so, in a word, comfortable. They also go well with light-colored sneakers and oversized pullovers.
Discounted by 30% on My Theresa at 223 euros, the Aisha pants by Stand Studio they are slightly flared, minimal and in an intense and shiny brown. Better with a high heel and a turtleneck or a crop top (varies a bit according to the body and age) than a flat shoe.
For those who want a sort of second skin there is the proposal of Guess (130 euros) which, while getting closer to a leather nuance, remains in the same mood today.
If we remember that fashion allows us to show our personality then we will always be dressed well. For ourselves first of all, and then, if necessary, for others.