The Wanted







At the start of each season, I am always on the hunt for the perfect new dress that will become my favourite for the season. I look for something that fits well with a conservative/work appropriate elements (coverage of bra straps, not too deep of a v-neck, and the cut to be just above or below the knee). This season I’ve been able to find everything I was looking for with this amazing dress from eShakti, an online retailer that specializes in customizing those very details. It’s crazy to have a dress fit so well without trying it on and getting it adjusted! With a selection of adorable prints and styles has a great dress for every occasion and I can’t wait to see the next one I’ll pick up!

Photography by Trevor Negin

Dress: (similar), Blazer: T. Babaton Earrings: Hortense from Catbird Shoes: Zara 

The Sorbet Way









Pastels are essential, basically every spring, so investing in amazing pieces is a must! Fashion Magazine asked their style panel this week how to update this colour-way for Spring/Summer 2014.  On the runway we saw designers show the look monochromatically, but I’ve styled my look to be a bit more wearable by pairing an amazing powder blue outfit from Topshop Canada with a petal pink robe.  Here is what I said.

Photography by Trevor Negin
Tank, Pants and Ear Cuffs: Topshop Canada, Robe: Wilfred, Mules: Zara, Bracelet: Nektar De Stagni


Spotted and Dotted






World Mastercard Fashion Week has landed in Toronto and this is the week to get spotted as a fashionista while downtown. The city’s finest will be out all week, strutting their stuff and watching Canada’s most talented designer’s showcasing their collections. I sadly won’t be out until Thursday, but cannot wait to see this talented group of artist. The complete schedule for the shows is available here. Hope to see you all there!

Photography by Trevor Negin
Coat: Prozena Schouler, Shirt & Tights: Joe Fresh, Skirt: Central Park West, Earrings: Hortense from Catbird, Bag: Marc Jacobs, Heels: Pierre Hardy