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Flamingo Camo | Dolce&Gabbana

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Suit by Dolce&Gabbana Summer 2016, Sunglasses Dolce&Gabbana Gold, bracelets by Irdia. Photos by Ayrton Tromp

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Fine tailoring is the soul of Dolce&Gabbana’s clothing for me, whenever I wear a Dolce suit it fits like a glove, the details, the handmade stitching of their garments is always superb. I saw this pink suit and I immediately thought it would be the perfect piece for summer, to visit my kids at the Renaissance Island, to fall in love this valentine’s day. I think is a timeless piece that you might not wear regularly but you can wear it all your life, today and in 10 years. I choose a skinny black tie, I think it fits perfectly and is a nice contrast with the softness of the pink color. I put on some bracelets to be a little playful. Now the shades are part of their Gold collection, it is a special edition. They´re 18ct gold plated metal pilot sunglasses, the temples, which are made of basalt – exclusive material- with a shiny finish, are the result of creative research and advanced technology. The Gold plated mirrored lenses give a little bling in the sun. The 45° cut of the lenses is what has always distinguished Dolce&Gabbana pilot.

Where are you going this summer? Any plans? leave a comment and tell me where would you take this suit this next summer.

Visit the Dolce&Gabbana store at the Renaissance Mall in Aruba, try this suit on and fall in love with it.

PHOTOS BY AYRTON TROMP

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