Maxi Momma


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Being a curvy woman, horizontal stripes have always been a touchy subject. Some people think that they highlight the wrong places on your body and can make you look larger. I’ve found that with picking the right stripe along with a great fitting garment can be super flattering for any body shape. Some of my favourite outfits that I’ve worn that feature horizontal stripes are 1, 2 and 3.

When I was shopping in my latest go-to boutique, Carry Maternity located in Yorkville, I stumbled upon this long sleeve maxi dress and completely fell in love with the cool tones. Once trying it on, I loved how stretchy and warm it was perfect for my growing bump and will work for post-baby too.

I’ve paired it with white boots and a wide brim hat, but plan to layer a long cozy cardigan or structured blazer on top and ankle boots for when the weather gets a bit cooler.



And Taco agrees, stripe are totally in.

Dress: GeBe Maternity C/O Carry Maternity; Hat: Lack of Color,  Boots: Zara, Glasses: Ray Ban C/O

Make your statement







Fashion Magazine asked their style panel this week about styling more than one statement piece. Here is what I said, including my tip on keeping the look feel balanced by ensuring no more than one item in your clothing, accessories and one beauty feature to highlight.

Photography by my love, Trevor Negin
Frames: Raybans from Clearly Contacts, dress: Millibon, heels: Pierre Hardy from The Room at Hudson’s Bay, bracelet: Nektar De Stagni, necklace: vintage



Summer Snake

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Since dying my hair, almost 2 years ago, bright red, with the super talented Natalie of Image Makeover located on Queen St. W in Toronto, I’ve been rethinking how the colours of my clothing interacts with my hair. With unexpected hair colours being all the rage this summer, it is important to take a second look at your wardrobe to find those items that will make your hair makeover pop.

For fire red, my favourites are light sky blue and Kelly green. Here are some examples of how my hair pops when wearing these complementing shades: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7.

Do you have colourful hair? If so, what colours work best for you?

Photography by Trevor Negin

 Shirt & skirt: Joe Fresh, earrings: Hortense, Necklace:, Bracelet: Nektar De Stagni, Engagement ring: custom, shoes: B2 from Browns (somewhat similar)