The white printed t-shirt is a closet staple at this point, especially with the rise of casually dressy fashion, and if you don’t have at least one in your closet, you are missing out on a sea of outfit possibilities. Everyone remembers Rihanna stepping out in a $400+ Céline T-shirt, but not everyone can copy that effortlessly chic look on the same budget as the R&B and Pop superstar. A piece that can be worn many different ways (YouTube video COMING SOON), here are 10 ways you can get the look for less: Continue reading 10 White Print T-Shirts You Can Buy Right Now
Do you ever cry a little when October rolls around, and you slowly but surely start shoving your summer clothes into the back of your closet, or worse, boxing everything up and putting it away in storage or in your basement? Continue reading How to Wear Summer Clothes All Year Round
Two weeks ago, I had the pleasure of heading out to a cottage up north for the weekend, and forgot all the rules of fashion. My weekend had a rotation of three outfits: bikini, t-shirt (with holes in it) and denim shorts, and a hoodie with sweatpants. And really, could you blame me? If I wasn’t paddle-boarding or swimming across the lake, then I was roasting marshmallows by the fire or bathing myself in anti-mosquito spray. There really wasn’t space for nice clothes at that point.
And here we are, on Canada Day, and sadly, I’m stuck in the city (or what most consider the suburbs), but managed to have the weekend off work anyway. With less than desirable weather today on this beautiful country’s birthday, and no concrete plans the rest of the weekend, I really have no clue what can happen. In other words, I’m in civilization, and my days will probably consist of brunch outings and family get-togethers. Which means – the rules of fashion do apply.
So here’s the pieces of inspiration that will get me through the long weekend, whether they currently lay in my closet or not: Continue reading Inspiration: Long-Weekend Fashionista
I wrote previously about how sometimes the “personal style” showcased at fashion week, be it Milan, Paris, New York, or Toronto, can sometimes be a little bit over the top. You can read more about it here, but the gist of it is, I believe it’s important to stay true to who you are – and also somewhat maintain your dignity as a human being.
Funny enough, it seemed like the Toronto fashion industry got the memo about avoiding going over the top, and went completely under. There was not a single feathered boa to be seen. Men showed up in jeans, chelsea boots, and bomber jackets. The world of street style fashion was not present in Toronto. Continue reading Taking Fashion Week Style to the Street