Ways to Wear It
A champagne styling lesson at TenOverSix this Saturday
Designer Vanda Jacintho is a master of multitasking. One of her bright sarongs or signature panneaux (French for “panels”) can be tied at least four ways—jumpsuit, skirt and trousers, pantalon, strapless dress—and we suspect there are more.
The brand hails from Jacintho’s native country of Brazil. Its breezy caftans, vibrant prints, cropped tops, and chunky jewelry all capture the warmth, energy, and easy-going spirit of the tropical locale. The collection isn’t just inspired by Brazil; it’s also produced there using Italian silk, resin, and wood.
If you want to learn how to knot a sarong, whip your skirt into a top, or mix tropical prints like a beach girl, come by TenOverSix for a special styling trunk show on Saturday, August 12 from 2–6 p.m. (Rumor is they’ll have lots of jewelry and champagne, too.)
The Details: TenOverSix, 1511 Commerce Street. Complimentary parking at The Joule on Main Street. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org and feel free to bring a friend.
Photo | Vanda Jacintho