By Laura Siqueira, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Although there are still more than two months before the official winter season arrives in Rio de Janeiro, it’s already possible to feel the cooler weather setting in as we head into South America's autumn. For many Cariocas this time of the year is synonymous with going out to update the wardrobe and buying long-sleeve t-shirts, coats, jackets, scarves and maybe even boots.
It might seem strange for those who live abroad and are accustomed to harsh winters and snow, but for the people of Rio, who . . .