playing with textures

      Three of my favourite textures to work with this fall are suede, denim and leather. The combination of soft suede, tough leather and rugged denim gives a nice variety to this look and is a tie in for a few major things we’ve been seeing for fall. Suede has been everywhere the past […]

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major blazer 

                Nothing makes an outfit feel more official than a good blazer! Even something casual like this denim skirt and sneaker combo gets a little polish when paired with a more formal jacket. I’ve been seeing these button front skirts everywhere and am glad I picked this one up a few months […]

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chill summer vibes 

       I know spring is supposed to be  about renewal, but the big changes in my life always seem to come along in the summer. By the end of this month I will have some big changes at work, and finally end the lease on my apartment downtown. Selling my furniture, job contracts and officially […]

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denim skirt

Sometimes I get fashion inspiration from blogs, magazines and clothing stores, but a lot of the time I also see girls around the city who are doing it so right and get ideas from them. Last week at work another manager and I helped a young woman who was wearing a light denim skirt, which […]

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nude shoes

Everything in Vancouver is already starting to bloom. My boyfriend spoke to the Rotary group at Terminal City Club this afternoon and I got to tag along so I thought I should dress up a bit. Plus we have date night tonight! I’ve worn this dress on here before, but it really is my go […]

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not quite spring

Right now Vancouver is trapped between winter and spring. It’s been 10 – 13 degrees almost every day but super rainy. Those temperatures with some sunshine would mean certain spring, but without it you can still catch a bit of a chill. While this is definitely a summer time dress, paired with thigh highs, tall […]

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