A Week’s Price Of Outfits: Bogotá, Colombia

As we speak was our final day in our homeland — writing from the boarding gate — and it’s at all times a sancocho of feelings. On our journey right here, my 9-year-old grabbed my hand and ran it over his moist cheeks. I hugged him whereas I let my tears fall.

It’s the story of our lives — feeling like we’re leaving an enormous piece of our hearts behind. So we cry our tears, take a deep breath, and carry that invisible suitcase filled with all of the reminiscences we made.

I initially deliberate to share these seems in our newsletter, however the TME workforce thought this one could be even higher on the weblog. This publish is stuffed with love, climate modifications, household, and clothes that offers a lot life to my closet.

1. Hugged By My Ancestors: A Fairly Poncho, Denim Joggers + A Sheer Prime

My mission for this journey was to purchase a poncho made by folks within the Muysca group, and I fell in love with this one. I wore it over my Cinq à Sept denim joggers and AllSaints’ sheer long-sleeve top.

P.S. If I made a decision to work immediately with artisans, would you purchase items like this?

My mission for this trip was to buy a poncho made by the Muysca community, & I fell in love w/ this one. I wore it over my Cinq à Sept denim joggers & AllSaints' sheer long-sleeve top.

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2. A Day In The Mountains & Falls: Cargo Pants + A 1-Piece Swimsuit

These BP. cargo pants have confirmed to be extremely helpful and classy. This time, I wore them over my one-piece swimsuit to hike to the falls and go to household after. They dry shortly and maintain their form.

These BP. cargo pants have proven to be incredibly useful & stylish.

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3. Again In Bogotà For A Tia’s Birthday: Trouser Denims

These Joe’s trouser jeans have turn out to be a favourite. I like that they haven’t any rips or main distressing, and the match is so good. (I needed to get them hemmed.)

These Joe’s trouser jeans have become a favorite. I love that they have no rips or major distressing, and the fit is so good.

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4. Final Go to To Paternal Abuelita In A Close by Pueblo: Trouser Denims (Once more — They’re That Good)

Sure, they’re the same Joe’s jeans from the day earlier than. I like them a lot, and so they’re excellent for the hotter temperatures.

I love these Joe's jeans so much, & they're perfect for warmer temperatures.

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5. Final Go to To Maternal Abuelita: Cargo Pants, A Bodysuit + A Cropped Button-Up

I promised I’d keep over, and she or he was so, so completely satisfied. These Zella cargo pants are so gentle and cozy (they’re nylon). I like how they appear with the SKIMS bodysuit and a cropped button-up from Everlane.

These Zella cargo pants are so light & comfy (they're nylon).

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6. Early Market Run & Final Go to To Nieces: A Crewneck Sweatshirt + Leggings

A few of chances are you’ll bear in mind my niece Valeria. She’s now 14 — FOURTEEN! — and wished to be in my publish. Her outfit wins, however this Nike sweatshirt is the very best one I’ve ever owned. And the Vuori leggings? So comfortable.

This Nike sweatshirt is the best one I’ve ever owned. & the Vuori leggings? So comfy.

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7. Salsa Dancing Evening For My Husband’s fortieth Birthday: A Floral Gown

This Floret Studios cutout dress seems far more costly than it’s. I paired it with boots for Bogotá’s evening climate, however I can’t wait to put on it with sandals in NY.

This Floret Studios cutout dress looks way more expensive than it is.

dress (on sale)

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Hello, hello, Pinners…

Wondering what to wear in Bogota, Colombia? Here are 7 outfits (think: cargo pants, a crewneck, trouser jeans) in a post full of love, weather changes & family. Besos.