Thank goodness for Canadian boutiques carrying British brands!
I am absolutely in love with Darling – an English brand I discovered while perusing Gather, my favorite boutique! In fact, I’m building quite the Darling collection.
This Milena Lace Tunic, is the only shift-style dress I own. I tend to gravitate towards more hourglass silhouettes, but I couldn’t walk away from this pretty cutaway detailing. The neckline, although conservative, feels very pretty and special thanks to the gorgeous and feminine lace. I got it on sale as it was part of the fall/winter lineup, which is slowly being pushed out to make way for spring, but I see a lot of spring potential! The material is lightweight so it will be perfect for a summer night. For more casual summer nights, I’d wear it with fun coloured heels or wedges, and maybe a thin belt. For fancier ones I would kick the jewelry up a notch with some classic earring, and keep the colour scheme more monochromatic with black heels to complete the look. As it is still winter, and it was a casual night out with friends, I wore this dress with black tights and the comfiest brown boots (Aldo?). Read more
Whether you’re figuring out what to wear this weekend, or reworking your closet from scratch the key to building a stellar wardrobe is versatility. You want to make sure your pieces have multiple purposes and can be worn essentially anywhere! A fun way to do that is by grabbing some colourful, tailored tops and pairing them with all sorts of different bottoms!
This is a Brody Miles top I got at Winners a little while back and i absolutely love it. I wear it on weekends with dark denim, brown boots, and a camel blazer:
Ah it’s this white skirt again! Told ya it’s versatile! From summer crop top fun to fall work wear this skirt can be paired with pretty much anything. And yes, I totally am wearing two florals – mind you one’s a finer print, and the other is more sparse.
The sweater I’m wearing is from LOFT and I love the detailing along the front and shoulders. It makes it a little more unique than a regular vneck.
Although I’m wearing many different colours they are all within the same colour pallet, thus making it easier to create a cohesive look!
Gotta love mixing prints, fun colours, and textures!