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White Marble

I’ve been slightly obsessed with this white marble print sweatshirt ever since I took it home a few weeks ago. I love its mix of classic/refined (marble) and modern/relaxed (sweatshirt). After all, isn’t that what luxury means nowadays? I believe that we’ve reached a point where we no longer have to sacrifice comfort for style. I also love how easily I can dress this sweatshirt up or …

Hash It Up

Have you ever loved something so much that you had to get it in multiple ways? Maybe the same style, but in different colours? In my case it’s the same print, but in different styles. I loved this messy black and white hash print so much I got the blouse and this cover-up. I’m so excited I can wear it as my only outer layer …

Jellyfish

Today’s post is a bit of runway to reality. If you attended Vancouver Fashion Week last September, you may remember this jellyfish print bomber jacket on the runway during the Goldie London show. You can only imagine how impatient I’ve been to wear it, and now it’s finally warm enough! For its first outing, I kept the look sporty and paired it with my ripped …

Seeing Stars

For someone who loves prints as much as I do, it may come as a surprise that this is my first pair of printed jeans. I think the micro-stars are adorable and I love how easily they pair with all of the black and white pieces in my closet. The only minus is that they’re a bit long for me. I took the easy route and just rolled …

Heirloom Pashmina

This pashmina is old but most definitely gold. It’s the closest thing I have to a family heirloom. I’m not even sure how old it is! It used to be my mother’s but I borrowed it so often that she let me keep it – thanks again, mom! Now it’s my most precious scarf. It’s an authentic Nepalese pashmina, and the quality is amazing. It …

All Of The Lights

If there’s one thing I look forward to each holiday season, it’s the sparkle. All the pretty lights that decorate the city make up for the bare branches, plus they make the cold weather and short days seem a little less bleak. Each year, I see many beautiful outdoor installations on buildings, houses and in parks. I’m not much of a home decorator, but I definitely …