So there are a few instagram worthy exhibits currently in Toronto that I have been wanting to check out.
This weekend we started with “The Happy Place”
Well it is officially the last month of Summer… before the fall weather moves in (boo) and the fall style is unleashed (YASSS!).
This is when Andrew and I get our asses in gear and try to squeeze every-bit of summer we can in. We went to Rockwood Conservatory Park this weekend and I styled an outfit that is both summer and fall for this post!
If you read my last post, you know I was completely disappointed about a sunflower field. But guess what there is also a really well organized Lavender field in the Greater Toronto Area. So I styled an outfit to explore this farm!
So this weekend I had a planned a photo shoot about an hour from home, and we made the journey on Saturday only to be deeply disappointed…
We had to make some quick decisions and changes, which turned out to be a great photo session.
Growing up I always paired skirts and dresses with sneakers.
The grown up version of this relaxed cool look is loafers!
I’ve been looking for “My Pair” for awhile now, and every pair I saw just wasn’t quite right for some reason, until the sale last weekend.
I recently went thrift shopping, the first in about a year!!
The first outfit I made with my thrifted items was a chic work fit.
Honestly I did not think a high low dress would be apart of my wardrobe.
But here we are!
Read on to get my style thoughts and why I didn’t think high low dresses were worth it.
The Canadian Long weekend is here, and that is when I usually do my photos for social media. But of course, it is nothing but rain and fog set for the forecast.
Then a perfect backdrop for a foggy day hit me… the docks with the lighthouse!
So I put on my best rainy day colourful outfit and braved the cold.
To make the most of your wardrobe, don’t leave your work wear in a special place in your closet. Doomed to only be dragged out on sad mornings getting ready for the Nine to Five!
Re-purpose your work wear and style it for casual wear or a date night look.
I styled a work blazer and pink work skirt for weekend looks in the following post…
Don’t be one dimensional about your clothing.
A dress can work triple duty in your wardrobe as a dress, skirt, and a shirt. This week I showcased this style technique by turning a club dress into a classy street look capable of taking me to a museum in style.