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Tod’s: Fashion Accessories are the Key to Perfect Style…

My dear fashionistas welcome to another fashion adventure on the Mr.M blog. Today’s story is a continuation of Tod’s stories and I will do my best to show you some interesting fashion details that have become dear to me in a very short time. In previous posts you had the opportunity to see two Tod’s jackets made of suede leather, if by any chance you did not manage to read my previous fashion stories related to the Tod’s brand, take some time and visit the following links: link 1 and link 2.

Previous Tod’s stories have proven that this Italian brand is one of the few brands on the fashion scene that has remained consistent with its roots and generations. All brands from the Tod’s group strive to maintain an elegant and refined direction while maintaining exceptional quality and result – a modern elegant classic ready-to-wear and footwear.

I have to admit that this fashion piece also surprised me a lot because so far I haven’t really worn a leather overshirt, which can also be worn as a light jacket that can be very practical. When I opened the package and saw the sleeve of this shirt, I was convinced that it was a nice leather jacket, but I was pleasantly surprised.

Tod’s as a brand has always stood out for its quality leather and models that come from craft workshops. Mr. Diego Della Valle’s idea was to create a shoe suitable for both formal and informal occasions, with a casual, comfortable, simple but refined taste.

Today, the Tod’s brand represents the pinnacle of Italian fashion and, in addition to footwear, produces clothes, knitwear and fashion accessories that have found their place in the hearts of people all over Europe and the world.

My outfit today is adorned with a leather overshirt from the new collection for autumn-winter 2021/22, which is a classic timeless model and can always be found in the offer of the Tod’s brand.

In addition to the leather overshirt, my outfit was complemented by Tod’s casual jeans in a beautiful shade of drape color and a leather backpack that with its “military” print brings a dose of a certain sporty elegance to my today’s clothing combination and perfectly closes the fashion circle due to its shades of brown.

If you want to be up to date and find out all the novelties that Tod’s fashion house is preparing for us, follow them on the social networks Facebook and Instagram.

This silk T-shirt you have the opportunity to see in today’s post is a part of the new summer collection of the Italian fashion house SVEVO Parma, a family brand that you had the opportunity to meet on my blog through summer fashion stories.

This incredible fashion story began in Bari, when Mr. Nicola Somma opened a chain of knitwear stores for men and women, without any kind of knowledge that he started the “fashion wheel” of an Italian company that still focuses on the values of quality and authenticity.

In 1955, his son Mario Somma founded the first SVEVO knitwear factory for the production of high-quality knitwear, which was made by professional local craftsmen. Thus, from the center of Puglia, a country rich in resources and resourcefulness, threads of sophistication and excellent craftsmanship are developed, destined to weave the future of the company.

Knitwear is a true art that is passed from generation to generation, a secret that is kept among a select few who, with their exceptional skill and intense passion, still manage to weave a new reality and spread love for finished knitted works of art among people around the world.

If you want to be up to date and find out all the news that the fashion house SVEVO Parma is preparing for us, follow them on the social networks Facebook and Instagram.

Previous and today’s Tod’s elegant outfits as well was completed by a watch from the Akylon collection of the art Swiss brand MUSE, which you had the opportunity to meet in one of the previous posts.

The case is made of 100% titanium in the color of rose gold, while the dial is made of aventurine, a type of quartz that is characterized by its transparency and the presence of mineral impurities in the form of platinum that give it a shimmering or shining effect called aventurescence.

MUSE watches are for all art lovers with refined taste and a sense of aesthetics. The basic idea of the founders of the MUSE brand was to re-examine and present the representation of time through an artistic prism. Mr. Robert and Mr. Leuba replaced the traditional hands, so the hours, minutes and seconds are shown in special art forms inspired by elements of nature and architecture.

MUSE dials are a moving art, time passes and different formations and shapes are made. Watches have become real small pieces of art today, only technology and inspiration have made it possible to enjoy the beauty of shapes that change on the MUSE dial every minute.

My watch is adorned with an Elaphe bracelet in a bronze brown-gold color. The bracelet is made of Elaphe water snake skin, which does not belong to the protected species. For all additional information and news about MUSE watches, you can follow them on their official Facebook page and Instagram profile.

OUTFIT

Suede Leather Overshirt: Tod’s

T-Shirt: SVEVO Parma

Watch: MUSE Swiss Art

Jeans: Tod’s

Backpack: Tod’s

Sneakers: Dolce Gabbana

Since the entire outfit was in a certain classic tone, I decided to take my favorite sneakers I bought last year for a walk. I have to admit that they complemented this outfit in an unusual way. They may have spent some time in the closet, but in the end they waited for their five minutes of fame! Of course, this shade of drape color goes great with my pastel colors in the wardrobe.

My dear fashionistas, we have reached the end of this third special post where we discovered the beauty and splendor of Italian brand Tod’s together! See you soon and we will continue our fashion story about the Italian brand Tod’s on the Mr.M blog! How did you like my outfit today?

I really tried to prepare today’s post with a lot of love and I hope you will like it!

I advise you to listen to my advice due to the current health situation with the new variant of Corona virus – Lambda in almost all European and countries around the world. If you need to go out into the fresh air, take a walk and clear your mind and enjoy the charms of summer, feel free to do so, but do not go to places where there are a lot of people and thus encourage crowds.

If you have been vaccinated (both doses of the vaccine) you need to wear a mask for your own safety. The summer vacation season has begun and many of you is spending vacation at sea, so I would ask you to respect local COVID-19 laws related to community health.

If you have any questions, comments, suggestions or a message for me, you can write to me below in the comments. Of course, as always, you can contact me via email or social media channels, which you can find on the CONTACT ME page. I’ll see you soon!

With love from Berlin,
Mr.M

This post is sponsored by Tod’s Group, SVEVO Parma, MUSE Swiss Art brands and represents my personal and honest review of their products.

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Letters from Morocco: One Fashion Story from Essaouira

Hi everyone, how are you today? Are you ready for a new story from Morocco? Today, I will present you the second city I visited in this beautiful country. Welcome to Essaouira! Essaouira is one interesting and lovely fishing town. Due to climatic conditions, he received a nice nickname “City of the Winds”. There is a very interesting festival that is organized every year in autumn and is dedicated to all kites lovers. This time I did not have the opportunity to feel that adrenaline, but I enjoyed the beautiful pictures shown by our guides from the Tourist Office of Essaouira.

I learned a few more interesting things about this unusual city. Did you know that this city was previously called by the Portuguese name Mogador, which in the Berber language means the Wall, because the Portuguese Mogador was strongly fortified. Just because of these walls, Essaouira has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List in Africa since 2001 year.

At the beginning of this post, I would like to thank my friends from the Moroccan National Tourist Office on this wonderful trip and the adventure I will remember!

Our trip from Marrakech to this seaside city was very interesting for me… I’ll just say “The Goat’s Trees” in the next post you will have the opportunity to see how it really looks. It’s really fascinating when you see the Atlantic Ocean suddenly after the sand and the desert. Landscape which you just want to keep for yourself and to memorise for the whole lifetime!

Saul and I were a little tired because of the trip, but it took us twenty minutes to “reset” everything and get ready for a new adventure. When I saw that morning sun, I just had to change my outfit, I knew that I would surely make new photos for a fashion outfit post.

The facades of the buildings are in blue classic coastal shades and I have met a lot of four-legged friends and a huge fish lovers – the cats. Cats enjoy great privilege in this place. The inhabitants of this city simply adore animals, and even every street seller has his own cat that makes him a company, even at high temperatures. These are the real friendships!

I successfully managed to match my outfit with the coastal spirit of this Moroccan city. As you can see, I even walked around a market that was closed because we had come too early and started with our activities. Smile is the best way to start a new day! ?

Essaouira is an unusual city, the streets are similar, and I had the feeling that I was spinning in the circle until I again used my ability to navigate in space, and with the small help of cats that made company to their owners, street vendors on the street. So, again I managed to enjoy the streets of this unusual city.

The man, which you have opportunity to see beside me was our guide for that day in Essaouira, he was born here, and he even showed us the street in which he was born and told a short story in his childhood and how it looks like growing up in Essaouira. A very interesting story, a little unusual for us from Europe, but very instructive and educational with emotions. Since that day, it was a decisive game for Argentina to represent on the World Cup, so they thought our guide was cheering for Argentina. Moroccans are otherwise very communicative and cheerful people. They always will spend a few minutes talking to you on the street (if you know French or if you find a person who knows English).

This is the street where our guide grew up, he showed me where the special rooms were where their mothers and grandmothers prepared the bread after they had no kitchen in their small apartments. They had special space where they made and baked bread, and special laundry rooms. Everybody had their own day reserved, and each family from the neighbourhood always respected that. Together in one neighborhood lived Jewish and Muslim families and their religion did not bother them to have good relations and good friendships.

After we finished with our city tour, we were able to visit the surrounding vineyards. It was very interesting and little Marko finally learned a little about wine. If the smile is going on the wrong side, please forgive me a glass of wine has fallen, and I’m not used to drink! ? I used the opportunity and take some photos of my details from this outfit in this beautiful vineyard.

I have to admit that I enjoyed and I would like to thank VAL D’ARGAN Winery for hospitality and I have learned a lot of new and useful things about wine production, which I will share with you in the next post. Believe me you will be surprised!

OUTFIT

T-Shirt: Zara

Trousers: Dolce & Gabbana

Backpack: Louis Vuitton

Loafers: Tod’s for Ferrari 

Photographer: Saul AguilarInstagram: @saaggo

Cameras: Sony Alpha 7r i Canon EOS 5D Mark IV

 

My dear fashionistas once again we have come to the end of post. Time just flies so fast when you are having a good time! Don’t worry in a couple of days I will publish a new post where we will continue together to enjoy the charms of traveling and we will continue our adventure in Morocco.

How do you like this fashionable story about Essaouira? How do you like my summer blue marine outfit? I would like to hear your opinion! If you have a question, comment, suggestion or message for me, you can write me down in the comments. Of course, as always you can contact me via mail or social media, which you can find on the CONTACT page.

As I promised we’ll see again in a couple of days, so if something new and interesting happens to me, I promise, I will write to you!

Best,

Mr.M

 

 

This post is sponsored by National Tourist Office of Kingdom of Morocco, Tourism Board of city of Essaouira, Winery VAL D’ARGAN and Tod’s Group S.p.A company. For all these beautiful photos I used Sony Alpha 7r and Saul used Canon EOS 5D Mark IV.
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