I’m not an animal print kind of gal. I appreciate it and like it on others, but I usually feel like an imposter when I try animal print pieces….until I bought these leopard print boots from Top Shop. I got interested in leopard print footwear from seeing them styled different ways on the fashion blogs I look at. I love the splash of colour on my feet. They’re fun to wear! JD
Rest of outfit:
Jacket – H&M (on sale for $30, reg $100 – deal!)
Silk boyfriend shirt – Joe Fresh
Coral t-shirt – H&M
Sunglasses – Cheap Monday
Hat – Goorin Bros.
Coral scarf – The Bay
Pants – Domino
Photos by Tania Alvarez
I forgot about this skirt, and found it while organizing my closet a few days ago. The last time I wore it was here with my coral sweater. It’s my Mad Men inspired lady look, and it often gets mistaken for a dress. I bought it for $22 at Vintage Mix 1 on Ossington. One of my favourite vintage shops! My top is by Vero Moda from The Bay, and leather boots are by Cole Haan. I’m kinda cold just looking at these pics…now back to hibernation. JD
And for all you Steve Nicks fans, here is one of my favourite songs – Leather and Lace.
My search for the perfect Anorak lead me to this Vero Moda coat with great seasonal timing. My 2010 hunt was all disappointment upon the realization that the good Anoraks had sold out in my size or were simply too much moolah. On Boxing Day at Sherway Gardens, I was walking through The Bay and stumbled upon this Vero Moda jacket. My stumbling was followed by a “Eureka!” as it was the very last one and in my size. I ran to the cash to hear “$34 please”. “Double Eureka!”.
The rest of my outfit:
Hat – Hudson’s Bay Company
Infinity Scarf – Reese from Doll Haus
Leggings – Costa Blanca
Boots – Aldo
Do you own a pair of Yoga jeans by Second Denim? I didn’t until I visited Shopgirls Gallery Boutique and now I’m in love. They are 100% Canadian made and the denim has 92% shape memory, while the industry standard is 64%. They contour your body like second skin and hold their shape throughout the day….similar to a comfortable yoga pant.
Please note: it does not mean you can wear them to yoga class – please do not.
Before getting my pair, I was told that I’d never want to go back to regular jeans, and that is precisely right. You get the same look as a jean, but the feel of a yoga pant – PURE GENIUS!!!
Mine are the high rise skinny leg, but they come in a variety of rinses, shapes, and rises. If you’re looking for a new pair of jeans, I’d definitely check these out. They retail for $110 – a good investment if you ask me.
I’m also wearing:
* Lace top by Vero Moda from The Bay ($20)
* Belt from Zara ($10)
* Lace-up booties from H&M ($69)
I popped by The Bay on Queen last week and found this lace top by Vero Moda on sale for $20. Score! I love Vero Moda – they always have nice stuff. I bought an amazing dress as well that I’ll show you soon.
My pants and belt are from Zara ($59), and I’m happy to tell you that Zara on Bloor is finally open after 5 months of renovations. That was a long wait. They changed the floors, shelving, and light fixtures. That’s it! I thought they were building another floor at that rate.
My lace-up booties are from Spring shoes, and cashmere scarf is by Arnold Brant. Hope you are bundled up today, it’s getting so cold! It’s going to be difficult to take outfit photos outside soon. Not sure what we’re gonna do! JD
What is better than a lazy Sunday? The clothing that lazy Sunday allows. I enjoyed brunch at Fire On The East Side with friends and then set off to do some shopping at The Bay. My sister had still not seen The Room so we went for a browse seeing oh so many amazing things for fall. Unfortunately I did not buy anything that day – I seemed to be conscious of my bank account. That is so unlike me. Here I am wearing my $39 Joe Fresh silk tunic, $30 Zara sweater, $10 Costa Blanca leggings and my go to $70 moto boots from Spring. CM
I have had one busy summer. Approximately seven-million wedding invitations (real number is seven) have come my way and all are taking place within three months of each other. Two were this past weekend. The first was for my Western University roommate Liz. She married her macho man Jeff at the Miller Lash House at U of T Scarborough. The grounds were stunning and Liz, being a wedding planner, planned and executed the most beautiful wedding. I wore this dress that I found at The Bay. It was 70% off for $36. My bag is an old sale purchase from Banana Republic, wedges are from Pegabo, and necklace was borrowed from my friend T.
The following day the gorgeous Courtney married her math professor beau at Grace Restaurant on College Street. It was the ultimate city wedding and tres chic. She requested that her closest friends wear white – what a confident bride! I wore this dress that I purchased at Lolita when I was a student in London, ON. Those who went to Western or grew up London know that Lolita is the go to shop on Richmond street. I decided to give the dress a boho look with big gold earrings from Forever 21 ($6) and strappy leather wedges from Aldo ($90). Purse is a Cole Haan sample sale purchase.
Today I am off to Ottawa for another wedding…and no, my dress for this one isn’t floral print. Stay tuned! CM