While walking down Bloor Street, I passed the Royal Ontario Museum and realized my outfit and the museum’s architecture were great complements to each other. A palette of black and blue, naturally. This outfit is based around my T-shirt by Karma For A Cure, a fashion brand that strives to raise awareness for individuals battling multiple barriers including: disease, sickness…

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Bandana sweater part 2! Street wear basics in bold prints making a statement. Although the sun was shining, it was still a bit chilly. My Revolution Riche sweater was the perfect layer, fleece lined and comfy. This look is heavily about the accessories. I always love the juxtaposition of casual clothes with luxe accessories. More often than not, the right…

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This past weekend, winter came around for a second wind. Much to everyone in Toronto’s displeasure, it was quite cold and even snowed a bit in the morning. So that meant winter clothes came back out for a moment. I went to my go-to look of black and navy, simple and chic. I really can’t believe I actually wore fur…

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Blue is the hue and I just can’t get enough of it lately. As a lover of the monochromatic look, I went for an all blue ensemble (minus the black bag and fur). My new blue leather jacket from Minimum got its first wear, on a glorious sunny day. Still a tad chilly, I layered with cable knit cashmere sweater. However,…

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I recently had the pleasure of connecting with Matthew Schildkret, an entrepreneur, designer and founder of Late Sunday Afternoon, a unique brand out of Venice, California. Matthew was so kind to send me my own one of a kind Late Sunday Afternoon scarf, which I absolutely love! It’s super soft, features an eye-catching tribal pattern and hangs off the neck so…

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