Sara Sampaio Takes to the City in Leg-Baring Mesh Bodysuit and Glamorous, Lengthy Leather Trench

The model made the case for embracing moody monochrome this season.
Sara Sampaio poses in front of a white backdrop in a black blazer, red lip and oversized gold earrings.

Sara Sampaio.

Monochrome is in. There is just something about an all-dark outfit that is so fitting in the fall and winter months. The weather feels moody and, sometimes, leaning into that in your best dark tones is the best way to handle it. Rather than let the cool drag you down, embrace it.

That’s exactly what Portuguese model Sara Sampaio did in her most recent photoshoot with Narcisse Magazine, a fashion, beauty and arts publication that she recently posed for. The model took to the streets with photographer Greg Swales for the feature, decked out in her moody, cold weather best.

In the first photo, the 32-year-old wore only a black mesh bodysuit, a long black leather trench coat and knee-high black leather platform boots adorned with gold buckles along the sides. She wore her hair down for the fashionable moment and sported a natural face of makeup, which included product to mask her eyebrows and contribute to the glamour of the overall look.

“More for @narcissemagazine shot by @gregswalesart,” she captioned the a carousel of snaps from the photoshoot, giving credit for the fabulous photos where it was due. The other slides featured a handful of other moody outfits that the model wore for her feature.

“Love [our] streets adventure !!!! 🌌,” photographer Greg Swales wrote in the comment section. But he wasn’t the only one to appreciate the moment.

“Divine!!!” one follower gushed of the various looks.

“Wow stunning,” another added.

In addition to being the highest of fashion, the glamorous look was a real lesson in embracing moody monochrome this season.

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Martha Zaytoun


Martha Zaytoun is a Lifestyle & Trending News writer for SI Swimsuit. Before joining the team, Martha worked on the editorial board of the University of Notre Dame’s student magazine and on the editorial team at Chapel Hill, Durham and Chatham Magazines in North Carolina. When not working, Martha loves to watercolor and oil paint, run or water ski. She is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and a huge Fighting Irish fan.