Of all the places we’ve been to in the past months, Valparaiso tops all of them on colors and atmosphere. Definitely a unique pittoresque town, full of story and of street art creativity. We couldn’t literally getting enough of this little jewel of the chilean coast. No wonder Pablo Neruda himself decided to have two houses here in order to find his inspiration.
Weather was warm enough to allow us to shoot some nice colorful pictures among the multicolor little houses and the thousands of graffiti hidden on the “cerros” (which means hills in english). We opted for a very casual outfit with high knee black leather boots and leggings. Camouflage and grey were the colors we chose for the tops in order to give space both to the background and the bags. As you would expect, they are our favorite subject:)
Aurorina and Purple Glitty bag – Camouflage outfit, red sunglasses and lipstick and butterfly bags
Purple Glitty bag – Camouflage outfit and graffiti background. Golden details highlights on the diamond cut chain strap and quilt patterned plexiglass
Purple Glitty and Pink Glitty Bag – Graffiti background and handbags close up on glitter plexiglass and golden details like the monogram lock.
Scarlet P bag – Colorful graffiti in the back in perfect contrast with the scarlet red patterned plexiglass and black patent leather. Golden details with diamond cut chain strap and monogram lock
Aurorina and Purple Glitty bag – Pink atmosphere and close up to the laser cut plexiglass and its quilt geometrical patterns. Dark grey genuine leather internal bag for the Aurorina and pastel pink for the purple glitty one.
One of the amazing colorful corners of Valparaiso and its graffiti