I’m surprised that this outfit doesn’t look more ridiculous given that it consists of clogs, jogging pants, a pajama top and denim jacket, but somehow it all kind of works. I’m going to keep this post short because it’s Friday, the sun is shining and it’s a long weekend, so I’m headed out to play. I hope you all have a wonderful day too! CONTINUE READING!
When I was in California a few weeks ago with my sister we made it to the Desert Hills Premium Outlets in Palm Springs. I had heard it was the best, but I wasn’t quite prepared for how epic it was. I walked through the doors and was immediately consumed by a world of great brands and new looks. My sister is quite responsible with her spending and she’s usually the voice of reason when I’m shopping. Thankfully she was with me. Having said that, there was one piece that we saw and she immediately told me I needed. This Helmut Lang printed silk top is my new favourite. CONTINUE READING!
I didn’t realize that I had an obsession with long sleeves until I was cleaning out my closet today. I have about 3 sleeveless tops and after thinking about it, realized that I always end up layering them rather than wearing them solo.
I recently teamed up with Banana Republic and was so excited to layer the unique spring prints featured in this post. In addition, I recently got this mini version of the Plia Designs tote that I blogged here, and am loving having it in different sizes. Plia makes the Macaron cases too which I get so many comments about! CONTINUE READING!
This past month I took a little trip to Fairmont Waterfront in Vancouver to attend Eco Fashion Week. You probably saw my updates on Instagram, but now I’m ready to tell you the full story about my Fairmont Waterfront experience, as well as what Eco Fashion Week is all about. CONTINUE READING!
Summer is pretty much here! As my first rainy, west coast winter in 6 years comes to an end, I am more than ready for some sunshine. There’s nothing like half a year of dreariness (is that a word?) to make one really appreciate good weather. Regardless, I am pretty much jumping up and down about all the summertime weekends away that I’m going to be enjoying. CONTINUE READING!
I’ve been really trying to cut down my wardrobe lately by purchasing fewer, but better pieces. Over time I’ve realized that when I spend a little extra on something super special, I tend to appreciate it for longer and wear it more often. Although I have never actually done any of those cost per wear calculations, I am pretty sure that good basics, regardless of whether they cost a little bit more to begin with will have the lowest cost per wear. This silk shirt from Equipment is a prime example – it looks good with everything. CONTINUE READING!