Casual · Comfortable · Winter

From Gray To Fuchsia

I love a good hat. I'm such a crazy hat (not cat...I swear) person, and I never really used to be. Even though I've cut my hair quite short, a good toque (and here comes some interesting Canadian vocabulary) is not only a good ear and head warmer, but also a pretty chic winter accessory.… Continue reading From Gray To Fuchsia

Classic · Styling · Winter

Classy, But Never Boring

Pizzazz. I love that word, probably because it has the word pizza in it with an extra two z's. But that's beside the point. I love being flashy and bold and slightly "out-there" with my style, which is why this look today is a tad classy for me, minus the exotic flamingo-shirt (but who doesn't… Continue reading Classy, But Never Boring

Evening Wear · Styling · Winter

Floral In -5 Weather

I'm back! I know I've been away, but when you're with your family and friends, nothing else seems to really matter. Alas, here I am to get back into my routine. Here's a fun outfit that I wore during the holidays. I love how versatile shorts are; while these are made for winter (they are… Continue reading Floral In -5 Weather

Casual · Evening Wear · Styling

Cocktail Dress At Sunrise

What bothers me the most about stores is the fact that everything is already set up in specific categories the moment you walk in. You have your evening wear, casual wear, and sportswear all separated neatly. While, yes, this does create a more organized space, most people will automatically assume that those clothes can only be worn… Continue reading Cocktail Dress At Sunrise

Petite Frame · Styling

Chic And Petite 

I’m petite. At 5’2″, my vision doesn’t extend beyond looking at people’s backs. However, non-expansive views aside, fashion has never really been on my side. It’s really hard fitting for a curvy, petite figure. I have always been told what I shouldn’t wear because of my height. One of these rules has always been that… Continue reading Chic And Petite 

Second hand · Styling

One Man’s Trash Is Another Man’s Treasure

My love for thrift shopping probably started during my preteen days. I would go to Value Village and find the trendiest thing I could (which, in retrospect, was not even the slightest bit fashionable). Then I discovered the fast fashion houses of H&M and Forever 21 and life was good for a while. However, my… Continue reading One Man’s Trash Is Another Man’s Treasure