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”
I’ve made quite a few outfits from my latest thrifting haul…
Both work appropriate and casual wear looks.
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.
I’ve written about styling up low purchase items with high purchase items before, I thought I would give a similar tip for outerwear items.
Did you buy your raincoat for style or function?
Just because you bought your outerwear for function, doesn’t mean you cannot add a bit of style.
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.
I wanted a sleeveless grey maxi dress for a awhile now.
I have seen this dress styled in so many ways, I knew I had to add it to my wardrobe. It would serve my mood-styling very well. Today I feel classy (grey maxi), today I feel bad ass (grey maxi), today i feel like… just throwing something on …(grey maxi).
It just works on so many levels.
I haven’t been thrift shopping in a good minute…ever since my ‘gold mine’ was shut down, I haven’t wanted to search out a new place to thrift. Then a friend of mine introduced me to a new spot called Plato’s Closet…and I’M BACK!
Here is my first haul and my first thrifted outfit of 2017
Stay warm and still look cute is the number one priority of a Canadian Fashionista.
You don’t want to choose between staying warm and wasting a fabulous outfit.