Petite Style Muse: Emma Roberts

I’ve decided to bring back Petite Style Muse! Though it has been nice focusing on just OOTD posts, I want this blog to be more. I realized the problem with my old inspo posts was that there wasn’t much structure. I’d randomly think of topics. Now I’m going to keep it consistent, starting with a monthly petite style muse. If you have any suggestions/requests for muses …

How To Wear Glitter Boots

Remember these crazy boots I wore to Vancouver Fashion Week? Crazy is always fashion week appropriate, but I wanted to share how to wear glitter boots in a more casual/everyday way. Statement shoes have been big this season. Furry slides are probably the most common example but anything printed, colourful, or sparkly counts. Styling them is actually pretty easy. I kept it simple with jeans …

Velvet Tee & Asymmetrical Skirt

If I was an extravagant rich girl, this would be my tennis outfit. You know, like Blair Waldorf, Cher Horowitz, or my latest discovery, Chanel Oberlin. On the weekend I had a Scream Queens marathon. I don’t dress as girly as the Chanels, but I think if I lived in their house a velvet tee & asymmetrical skirt would be considered appropriate tennis attire. In …

Luxe Casual: Lace-Up Pants & Velvet Hoodie

IMHO one of the best fashion quotes is “never say never in fashion, because you’ll be wearing never in two years time” (Alexa Chung). Unless you’ve got a strict uniform, it’s true. Once upon a time I wouldn’t consider wearing a hoodie outside of a gym, but here I am wearing one of my new favourite outfits: a leather jacket, lace-up pants & velvet hoodie. …

The Strokes Tee & Gold Pleated Mini

You know those pleated midi skirts everyone loves? I cut mine in half. I just wasn’t feeling it as a midi. Long, flowy skirts are romantic and all, but I’ve always preferred minis. No excess fabric means legs that look longer, get more sun, and have freer movement. Plus, being petite means minis are easier to pull off without looking inappropriate. Wins all around. I …