Hey there – it’s been a while!
A few weeks ago I got invited to NEON Toronto on Queen Street in preparation for Spring! I had a wonderful shopping experience with really great customer service from the store staff. They were all so helpful and allowed me to run around pulling outfits and really maximizing the store space and decor for my photos.
NEON has been around for over 20 years in Quebec. They had a store in Toronto before relocating to a bigger space on Queen Street. I had such a fun time exploring all corners of the store and didn’t realize they carried so many brands like Levi’s, Billabong, Element, OBEY Clothing, Fjallraven and RayBan just to name a few.
Spring is always a great time to freshen up your wardrobe with a few new pieces. I went through the store and pulled out 4 spring looks to share with you before I chose my favourite one.
Layering is key when it comes to spring fashion. I kept the jean jacket as a staple piece with all 4 looks as spring is usually still quite chilly in Toronto and it’s necessary to keep a jacket around.
Happy New Year!
This is my very first watch…and first 2017 blog post! The New Year has been pretty great so far and I hope you all have an amazing year. The plan for me is to blog more this year so keep following to be part of all the fun!
I’ve been looking for a watch for some time now – I wanted something light, sleek and minimalistic. When I was given the opportunity to pick out my own JORD Wood Watch, I chose the Frankie 35 in Dark Sandalwood and Slate. I love the look of this watch, the rose gold works so well with the slate colour. Keep scrolling for more details and pictures of this watch along with some Valentine’s Day gift ideas. Also, make sure to enter the JORD Wood Watch contest below!
Keep exercising your courage.
Last week I had the opportunity to attend the CMA Gala with my Tangerine work family. Although we didn’t win an award this time around, it was great to be surrounded by industry professionals who were recognized for their creativity and hard work. I felt inspired and had a ton of fun bonding with the team (they’re quite amazing). Keep scrolling for outfit details and more pictures from that night.
The Little Black Dress:
I found this dress at M for Mendocino the day before the CMA Gala. It was pure luck since I don’t always shop at that store but I thought I’d pop by. After trying on a few dresses, the one that was on sale with an additional 30% off fit the best. It ended up being less than $30! I’m not sure if they’re still available at the store but since it was only a week ago, maybe it’s still there!
You can never go wrong with another LBD. The thick criss-cross straps are what makes this dress and I love the open back too. With the back of this dress, I had to wear a stick-on bra but I couldn’t find the one I have the morning of the gala so I had to purchase a new one. I’ve been told that the La Senza Lightly Lined Feather-Lite Backless Bra one is pretty good so out of desperation, I decided to take the plunge and drop $70 for them. I know I know, it’s double the cost of my dress but don’t judge me. I wore it throughout the whole night and didn’t feel uncomfortable at all and it stuck on pretty well. Now I know why it cost that much! I do recommend it if you often wear backless tops or dresses, this one is way better than the one that I misplaced.
Allow yourself to be uncomfortable and not be afraid of that feeling. Once you are comfortable with being uncomfortable, great things will happen!
#MondayMotivtation – have a great week everyone!
Hope you had a great weekend! I went to a wedding on Saturday and because the ceremony and reception weren’t back-to-back, I was able to do an outfit change for the evening. I LOVE weddings, it’s such a happy moment shared between 2 lovebirds with their closest friends and family. I’ve known my friend since I was 11 so it was needless to say that it was an emotional moment – so happy for the newly wed couple! This is the first of many weddings that I have lined up for this year so I will be sharing more wedding looks and outfits in the upcoming months!
Top: Zara – This top is quite fitted and cropped, to make it appropriate for a wedding ceremony, I made sure to pair it with a flowy, high-waisted skirt with a little more length.
Skirt: Small boutique in Seoul, South Korea (I need to go back for some shopping – miss it so much there!). This skirt is one of my favourite statement pieces in my closet. ❤
Bag: Danier Leather
Shoes: Steve Madden (similar ones here, here & here)
I’ve been thinking back to the first Toronto Flower Market this season in May – looking at all the beautiful flowers has me planning for the next one on August 20th! All the vendors bring a different style, selection and flare to the blooms and I’m telling you, it’s really tough to just choose one bouquet/kind! I love supporting local businesses and it’s right down Queen West so there are a ton of great restaurants and coffee shops there.