Fort Langley

Fort Langley

While I was out west, I spent a day in Fort Langley with Justine and one of my long time friends, Erin and her daughter (who is the cutest!). Fort Langley is located south of the City of Vancouver, and is home to the Fort Langley National Historic Site, a former fur trade post of the Hudson’s BayContinue Reading

Workwear Layers

Workwear Layers

I’m back in Toronto now and it’s been non-stop-go-go-go since I got back. Earlier today, Justine and I went in to pull looks for a Valentine’s Day shoot we are doing with Le Chateau next week. We’re super excited for the shoot and I can’t wait to share the results – stay tuned! Anyway, takingContinue Reading

Seaside Pier

Seaside Pier

Isn’t it great when you rediscover an amazing piece in your closet? That was the case with this light brown vest. A perfect piece for the Pacific Northwest, which is where it was purchased and still remains, hanging in my closet at my parents’ house. There are many other pieces that I’ve left at “home” andContinue Reading

Field of Fog

Field of Fog

So far this trip back to Vancouver, I’ve found myself spending a lot of time in the suburbs and rural outskirts of Vancouver. Mind you, I’ve spent plenty of time downtown too, but I’ve certainly enjoyed exploring some old spots I used to frequent while growing up out west. The past week has been reallyContinue Reading

Recent Winter Looks from Instagram

Recent Winter Looks from Instagram

If you follow me on Instagram, then you may have already seen some of these photos. However, in case you missed them, I thought I’d do a round up of some of my recent winter looks that I sent straight to social media and didn’t post on my blog yet. Below most of these images, IContinue Reading

Camel in Coal Harbour

Camel in Coal Harbour

Happy New Year, my friends! Just to clarify, no, there was not an actual camel in Coal Harbour, but rather I’m referring to the color of my coat. Sorry to disappoint those who thought they might see a photo of a humped animal taking a stroll along the water. Anyway, I’m coming to you from theContinue Reading