’90s fashion was both a hit and a miss in my opinion. But if there’s one article of clothing that the era really mastered, it would be its dresses. View Post
As the temperature drops, we can bid adieu to the vibrant colours that tend to dominate during the warmer months. (Not that I take much part in summer trends, although I did experiment quite a bit with blues and prints this past season.) View Post
Spring blossoms call for festival season–kicking off with the biggest and most popular this weekend, Coachella!
Now if you’re a user of the internet and/or social media apps, you’ll know that the fashion at Coachella (and other music festivals) are on point. Embracing your inner bohemian wild child is the trend and so to inspire you and get you into the spirit, I have compiled a style guide featuring everything from easy-to-wear dresses and sandals to the hottest in eye-wear and accessories.
This summer went by so fast–which is insane considering I didn’t do anything. Like, literally. Anyway, fall is two weeks away, and I couldn’t be more excited.
People seem to love summer here in Canada, which I get since 85 per cent of our weather is cold. But I’m personally not a big fan. Yeah, you can wear cute dresses and stuff but I love the colour black. And that seems to be an inappropriate choice of shade in the heat.
Well in two weeks, that’s all gonna change. I’ve been scouring the web for fall items and I am so excited. Here are some (keyword: SOME) of the things that are on top of my list for the upcoming fall season–lots of greys and blacks!
For those of you who don’t know me on a personal level, I love dressing like a tom-boy. It’s so much more comfortable than having to put on a blouse and skirt each morning. This is just a simpler and much more comfortable way to look chic.
Contrast polo shirt, $49.90, ZARA
Printed jogging trousers, $59.90, ZARA
Bigger is always better. That is just a fact of life that we all must come to terms with. Overgrown sweaters and blazers are my go-to items for the fall season. They’re super easy to style, look incredible on and they’re staple pieces. What more do you want?
Oversize knit, $58, Oak + Fort
Long fleece blazer, $79.90, ZARA
Quartz choker, $168, Lili Claspe
Sahara Choker, $198, Lili Claspe
Grid pattern top, $68, Oak + Fort
When it comes to accessorizing during the summer time, I tend to keep it simple by just propping on a necklace or a plain Jane ring. The last thing I need is to pile on more stuff in this rather unappealing humidity we’ve been encountering (I’m a winter baby, sorry not sorry).
Last night, I was creeping Candice Swanepoel’s Instagram and came across this gorgeous moon and opal necklace she was wearing, so I had to look it up. That’s when I discovered, Lili Claspe; a jewelry designer based in California who has an online shop filled with magical and glittery ornaments.
Now, her designs are simple (that’s how I like my jewels) but have an opulence effect. I’m officially in love! Check out some of the pieces I’m coveting at the moment, below.
Pia Bangle–$225 (sold out)
Opal on Fire (Twist)–$165