On Borrowing Fashion

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I love my fashion old. Whether I’m digging furiously through thrift store racks for the coolest finds, or watching an old movie on Turner Classic/Netflix, old fashion is my fashion of choice. There’s so much inspiration to be gleaned from all the decades past -except the 2000’s, let’s never do that again please? In any […]

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On why you should curate your wardrobe.

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Let me start by saying that a carefully curated wardrobe is a LOT of hassle. It really is, especially in this age of fast fashion when nothing is made to last and it is an absolute pain to find wardrobe items that won’t be thrown out in a year. I mean you could, but you’d […]

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Denim on Denim (Updated)

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I never thought I’d find a use for this skirt. I bought it on a whim, years and years ago and never quite found something to pair it with. Then I bought this fabulous denim crop top and bam, match made in heaven. I had to casually retrieve the skirt from my sister’s wardrobe, seeing […]

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The magic of accessorising

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Great accessories are the key to a great outfit, I learned that early. Whenever I find an outfit too blah, I throw on some kickass accessories and it takes the outfit from blah, to bam. Case in point today’s outfit. Casual comfy jeans and a tie crop top, pretty basic stuff. However, add some reflective […]

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Unique Tunic

This is my new favourite tunic of all time (that’s right, ALL time). I love it because it was crafted from a little over 1.5 yards of fabric. My late aunt happened to have bequeathed my uncle (her brother) this great fabric, and after he’d made his own outfit, he had a tiny bit of […]

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Style Recap

After a long hiatus, I am back home in Toronto. I’m so grateful for the adventures of the past two years, culminating in one final bungee jump of an adventure – I found my bestfriend and married the heck out of him; so yeah, it’s been great. That said, I am jetlagged, I am sleepy […]

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On Grief

In my culture, when someone dies we celebrate them. We throw a party despite our grief, we dance, we feed guests, we drink, we share stories and we comfort each other. Now, this “party” depends largely on how young or old the deceased was. A 90 year old grandfather will get a party that lasts […]

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