I’ve been posting a ton of outfits on instagram lately and I wanted to share them here as well, in case you might have missed any and also for those who aren’t on IG. January flew by with the blink of an eye and I can’t believe it’s already almost halfway through February. Not sad about winter going by quickly,…

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  If you were in Toronto today, you’ll know that it definitely didn’t look like this! The snow has arrived, or rather been dumped on the city and we’re now living in a winter wonderland. So, I guess this is my last post before “real winter”, ha! When I put together this outfit, I began with my Andrew Coimbra sweatshirt. It’s…

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“I never get tired of the blue sky.” – Vincent Van Gogh And nor do I, Vincent, nor do I. Coincidentally, Van Gogh happens to be my favorite artist in history. But for real though, I’m always excited to see a blue sky outside. When I travel and whenever I am taking photos, I’m always extra excited when I can capture a…

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More often than not, things get crazy busy and I don’t update my blog as much as I would like. However, I do try to keep you guys up to date with my latest outfits on Instagram so I’ve decided to pull some of my favorite fall/winter looks as of late from insta and share them here in one big round…

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It’s no secret that 70’s style is back in full force this season. Not quite in its original form of course, but the 70’s aesthetic is certainly coming back around this fall/winter. This look is all about embracing the trend and centered around my new shearling jacket. I’ve had my eye on a Coach shearling for a couple seasons now…

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As I’m sure you’ve been hearing from everyone and anyone on the East Coast, this fall has been unusually warm. And I’m not complaining! However, winter is definitely creeping around the corner and that means it’s time to give our cold-weather accessories a refresh. My first East Coast winter was back during my first year of university at Parsons School of…

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Go where you want, when you want. Since moving to Toronto a few years ago, I have always lived downtown. Most of my friends also live downtown, for its many conveniences, proximity to work, fun and of course, each other. While I have a small car and like to drive around the city, most of my friends do not own…

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