…LA lady. Seamstress for the band. Love that song and especially this scene from my favourite movie. Must re-watch soon. I didn’t learn my lesson with the heat wave and decided to wear my white jeans yet again! Sometimes I get on a kick and wear the same things over and over.
Jeans are from Joe Fresh, top is an exceptional find from Value Village – it’s vintage Jacob! the tag looks like it could date back to 1990. Sweetness. Jean jacket is also a stellar find from Value Village – Vintage Levi’s! I can’t take credit for it though, it was a gift from my BFF. My favourite sky high heels are from Winners, belt is from a vintage shop, and my necklace is from Anthropologie.
Photography by Tania Alvarez
Don’t ask me why I bundled up with a blazer and dress shirt on a day hotter than Kenya. Actually I ditched the blazer and unbuttoned the top button, but still – it was a bit ridiculous. I saw my white jeans sitting on a pile of jeans and got the urge to wear them. My jeans are from Joe Fresh ($29), red checker top is from Value Village, blazer is from Zara, shoes are from Winners, and purse is from Cole Haan. New summer rule for me – no. more. pants! JD
I’ve been out of town and disconnected this week, feels good not looking at a clock or computer. I took a trip to Montreal – one of my favourite cities. The bf and I enjoyed all the city has to offer, including their legendary jazz festival. The weather was pretty much perfect and super hot. To keep comfortable and cool on the hottest day, I wore a soft cotton striped skirt from Winners with a thin t-shirt from H&M, paired with canvas shoes, a vintage purse, and my hair in a top knot bun. We covered so much of the city and had a blast. I’ll share some of my favourite spots tomorrow. Stay tuned!
Yesterday I wore my high waist midi skirt from Forever 21. I really love this trend but, it took me a few tries before getting used to it. I had to play around with extra pieces and accessories to feel satisfied with the whole look. I paired it with a crop top from American Apparel, lace vest and leather jacket from H&M, a vintage necklace, and shoes from Winners. I feel very late 1960s in this outfit and I’m excited to style up something similar with my other midi length skirts. If you haven’t embraced this trend yet, try it out for something fun.
Canadian tuxedo, double denim, forever in blue jeans is what I’ll be. Oh Neil Diamond, click here for the tune. I used to rock out to that as a kid. With my dad. In the car. Keep listening, it gets good when he belts out.
Here I’m wearing my most comfortable pair of jeggings by Canadian label – Domino. I paired it with my denim shirt from Zara, and nubuck boots from Cole Haan. Giant scarf is from H&M, leather gloves from Winners, and my parka is by Talula Babaton from Aritzia (old). Have a wonderful weekend wearing blue jeans! JD
Photography by Tania Alvarez
Yesterday I decided to have a beach day in the middle of winter. I took a stroll down Lake Erie in Port Colborne and took a few shots along the way. My red jacket is from Winners, hat is vintage/my mom’s, jeans are by Rich & Skinny, and my boots and bag are by Cole Haan. Hope you enjoyed the sunny winter day. JD
Photos by my Mom
Someone told me they liked my vintage outfit today. I took it as a compliment but actually none of it is vintage. This skirt is a new purchase from Durumi and Chocolate Shoes – a cute little store on Queen West. A new fave of mine. Polka dot blouse is from Winners; vest is from H&M; silk scarf is by Dion Neckwear; and my leopard boots are from Top Shop. Cheers! JD