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jueves, 19 de noviembre de 2015

BCN MEET UP 2


¡Buenos días! Como ya sabréis, la semana pasada se celebró en el hotel Melia Sky de Barcelona la segunda edición de BCN MEET UP, un encuentro de dos días entre bloggers, influencers y distintas marcas de moda, belleza y lifestyle. Me encantó el año pasado, así que esta edición no me lo podía perder :)

Comenzamos el día con una interesantísima mesa redonda sobre shopping online y su vinculación con los influencers, para después pasar un brunch en la piscina del hotel de la mano de Anna De Codorniú. La tarde estaba dedicada al networking con las marcas participantes, y la verdad es que es un auténtico placer poner cara a quienes están detrás de ellas y tener un trato más cercano del que tenemos normalmente; así como poder intercambiar opiniones e ideas. Las marcas de este año eran:  Double Agent, wwwowww, Pimkie, Bodas.net, Showroomprivé, Opi, Rimmel, Isdin, Marola, Calzedonia, Belvedere e Itae. Como veréis muy variadas y mucho donde aprender :) 

Después del networking llegó la hora de cena y de la fiesta.  Lo pasamos tan bien, que nos costó muchísimo levantarlos al día siguiente ,pero no podíamos faltar a nuestra cita de Yoga con la genial profe Xuan-lan ¡todo un placer! Mil gracias a las organizadoras tan majas por contar de nuevo conmigo, y a vosotros, os digo contando pronto que hay más! :) Muchos besos






Sneakers: Adidas
Bolso/bag: Zara


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16 comentarios:

  1. El punto azul de las gafas genial sobre este look! Me encanta todo!! Esas zapatillas a pesar de ser un clasico y que todo el mundo las tenga, cada vez me gustan mas, quedan genial con todo. Feliz jueves guapa!!

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  2. Unas fotos geniales y tu ibas guapisima!!!

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  3. Tu look no me puede gustar más, el chaleco es ideal.
    Besos.

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  4. Pero qué bonita Erea, adoro los chalecos largos como este y la combinación con esos pantalones tan idéales y el sweater en unos de mis colores preferidos, crean un look de 10 !! Estas preciosa nena;)

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  5. Pero que maravilla, todo monísimo, que envidia : )

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  6. Guapísima y precioso ese chaleco, besosss

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