New Year’s Eve





Planning a New Year’s Eve outfit is usually a daunting task, having to take into account how you will be celebrating, what the weather will be like, and ensuring you’d be comfortable for what is typically a long night. I remember in my 20s, spending hours freezing while waiting for cabs to pick up my girlfriends and I, while wearing somewhat inappropriate outfits for winter in Canada. Times have most definitely changed.

This year, at 37 weeks pregnant, my night will be a bit different than years previous. Trevor and I will be keeping the evening plans simple and quiet, while visiting with some friends at their house. Now that we are in a new stage, with #babyNegin on-the-way, ensuring comfort will be the single most important thing for me when getting dressed for the evening out.

Like, I’ve said throughout my pregnancy, knits have been my go-to choice of fabric, (examples: 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5) as they are so easy and stretch well allowing for my bump to stay cozy. I quickly fell in love with this simple black midi dress from Tobi (which is on sale now), and it will likely be my NYE outfit paired with sparkly necklace or statement earrings. I am also obsessed with the fact that these stretchy knits will fit well postpartum, as I work to get my pre-baby body back.




Dress: C/O Tobi, Hat: Helene Berman (old), Frames: RayBan C/O Clearly, Boots: Dr. Martens, Tights: H&M Mama

Wet Hot American Fashion

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Summers growing up for me meant one thing, 2 months of freedom roaming in the wilderness at camp. Fashion Magazine asked their style what part of summer camp style has stayed part of our lives, inspired from Netflix’s TV series adaption of the classic cult movie Wet Hot American Summer (which you must see if you haven’t). Here is what I said.

Photography by Trevor Negin
Shorts: Levi’s, Shirt: 1 State available at Hudson’s Bay, Clogs: Zara, Sunglasses: Raybans, Necklace: my childhood


Fall Favourites







Maybe I planned my shopping list for fall better this year, or maybe, I just got lucky, but this season I’ve already fallen in love with my newest treasures from my fall haul. I searched for an easy-to-wear, oversized sweater and came up with a steal with this great knit from Joe Fresh. I’ve learned to achieve ultimate comfort, to go up a size. I was looking for unique, yet interesting jewellery, and found great treasures from Baublebar. And probably the hardest commodity to for me to choose each season are my boots, but that was simple with Topshop Canada.

Photography by Trevor Negin
Sweater: Joe Fresh, Pants: Proenza Schouler from The Room at Hudson’s Bay, Boots: Topshop Canada, Necklace and Earrings: Baublebar, Frames: Raybans C/O Clearly Contacts