We Don’t Wear Sweatpants On Sunday in Florence, Italy


It’s Sunday, practically a holiday for most in Italy or at least it feels that way for those of us who are working. But Sunday is no excuse to put on your comfy sweatpants here in Florence. I know, I know, we all like to enjoy that day when we don’t have to dress up and put our suits or work clothes on. A day where we can just be free and frumpy. Well, Sunday is a day like any other here in Italy (maybe with a little more family time and hopefully with a little more wine) where you wake up, dress to impress, and take a wander around the beautiful city you live in. Trust me, no one is impressed with your comfy sweats outfit, no matter how amazing they feel on. Whatever day of the week it is, where you’re going or what your objective is, it’s essential that you start off with a black base and from there work color into your outfit. I have learned my lesson, black is something the Italians are quite passionate about and I know now, it’s a contributing factor to why everyone always looks so well dressed, well that, and there is no one walking around in their sweatpants. Take a look at what a touch of Tuscan Green can do to a simple black outfit. Black really allows whatever color you’re wearing to stand out and pop. So if there’s a color you love trying pairing a simple colored blouse, like below, with an all black outfit.

This Season is all About Black & Tuscan Green

Alexander Wang low cut shirt
€145 – theoutnet.com

Skinny leg jeans
allyfashion.com

Lace up boots
€32 – boohoo.com

Tory burch
€145 – toryburch.com

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About Pierotucci

Since 1972 Pierotucci has been designing and producing classic Italian Leather goods for men & women, including leather bags, leather handbags and purses, leather jackets and leather accessories such as wallets, gloves, belts and much more.
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