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’m a fan of Victorian fashion… and the new trend of steampunk has me beyond curious. If it was socially acceptable to walk about in Victorian garb- I would.
There is something from that era that is both refined and sexy that has been lost in today’s day in age.
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.
After I made an outfit completely out of my last thrifted haul. I wanted to start mixing some of my thrifted finds with some of my higher priced items. Having one luxe item to an outfit can elevate an entire look.