Folding into Fall







It’s getting to be that confusing transitional time of the year, when not only am I dying to wear my new (and old) fall pieces, but also am exhausted by the summer options. The days are still so hot, and it’s impossible to be layering knits and textures yet. So, I’m left with getting creative, and finding new ways to wear my fall favourites, early.

I’ve folded down a vintage dress shirt, that is a little big on me, and tucked in the collar. Then I tied the hanging sleeve with the bottom of the shirt, giving it that belted look, creating a very on-trend and updated asymmetrical top. Paired with simple culottes and my trusty mules, I’ve styled a classic look with an updated twist.

Shirt: vintage, Culottes: WhoWhatWear x Target, Mules: Design Lab from Hudson’s Bay, Earrings: Erickson Beamon from The Room, Glasses: Kam Dhillion from
Photography: 2Boo Studio


Shearling Season





DSC_0365Fashion Magazine asked their style panel how they plan to keep warm this fall. This is what I said about stealing my mom’s favourite coat!

Photography by Trevor Negin
Coat, Vintage. Sweater, Banana Republic. Skirt, Central Park West from Aritzia. Knee Socks, American Apparel. Heels, 10 Crosby Derek Lam from Hudson’s Bay


Getting Cold






I think I had to finally admit that the warm fall days are now going to be a thing of the past, and it’s time to start thinking about typical fall things like boots.

I was lucky enough to score these sweet Christopher Kane boots from The Room and have been obsessed with them ever since. First reason why is the colour. I love navy, and I think it works here as a different take on a neutral. I also love the camo calf-hair sections mixed with the patent leather. I think this mix of textures is so luxe and unique. I am completely in love with them. <3

Photography by Trevor Negin
Sweater and skirt: Topshop Canada, Tanktop: H&M, Boots: Christopher Kane from The Room at Hudson’s Bay, Clutch: Moda:Ko