16 June, 2017

Portugal: Miguel Gouveia

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 "Miguel Gouveia" by Adi Robles. 2O17
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There are so many fashionistas in the blogosphere but only a certain handful have caught my attention. With that being said, I created a project where I make an illustration of a new blogger every week to showcase on my art section. Starting this newfound interest is my favorite Portuguese blogger, Miguel Gouveia.

Being more of a lifestyle blog, his part of the internet goes beyond the cliché of just personal stories as he shares tips and inspiration on home decor, beauty, food, and men + women's fashion. He speaks about personal growth while also showing us the beauty of his surroundings in Portugal infused with fashion, nature, and architecture.

Testing my minor skills in the Portuguese language, his outfit photos and storytelling in each blog post never cease to amaze me. We also switch languages around between a little Portuguese, Spanish, and English! (Plus, his birthday was a couple of days ago) so this will be his belated birthday gift!

Miguel's Blog: Pieces of Me

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9 comments:

  1. Hola guapísima me paso por aquí por que me gusta tu blog y te invito a que nos sigamos si quieres un besito

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    1. Hola Silvia. Muchas gracias por pasar aquí. :)

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  2. no lo creo... El verano es mi estación favorita de siempre. :D Ojala tenga oportunidad de viajar hasta Miami. Es mi viage de sueño!!! :D

    estoy sin palabras!! el diseño esta encantador e lo quiero en mi correo!!! Gracias por todo! Es increíble <3

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    NEW TIPS POST | Choose the IDEAL FACIAL SUNSCREEN for your SKIN :o
    InstagramFacebook Official PageMiguel Gouveia / Blog Pieces Of Me :D

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    1. Dicen que Miami es perfecto para viajar en verano. :)
      Y estoy muy feliz que te gusta el dibujo!

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  3. I never really hear anyone speak Portuguese in person, not a lot of Portuguese or Brazilians in the community. I had a lady tell me while the languages are very similar in word origin, it sounds a lot different spoken.

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    1. Very true. Even among Spanish speakers from different countries. I always say: same language, different vocabulary (& accents). People in Portugal and Brazil share the same language but they speak it with different accents and terms.

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  4. No lo conocía, voy a pasarme por su blog a ver ^^
    Un beso!

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    1. Creo que te encantará mucho su blog. :)

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