A few weeks ago, Jarrad and I went and saw “The Book of Mormon”, and as the weather is noticeably cooling down, and I ALWAYS freeze when I’m sitting at the movies or in the theatre, I wanted to wear something that covered my legs. Jeans are too casual for a show, and I love…
I have always been a big fan of pink, and I’m loving this season’s prettiest hue more than ever. In 2017 we had millennial pink, but it looks like 2018 has removed all the apricot tones and left us with an even more feminine colour: petal pink.
When I was growing up, jeans were a very functional part of my wardrobe. I wore them when the weather got too cold to wear shorts or dresses, and they were usually just casual pants that got thrown on with a sweater. What they were not was fashionable.
You all know how much I love pink, and that I’m a big fan of floral, but the thing I love most about this playsuit is the little lace detail on the back. It’s whimsical little touches like this that, in my opinion, elevate a piece from everyday wear to something a little more special.
I used to be a colour-block gal, and my sole criteria for buying a piece of clothing was how attractive a shade it was. As I get older and my style evolves, I’m finding myself pulled towards patterns. They make my wardrobe so much more interesting, fun to play with, and they make me try…
If you’ve read this blog before, you know I’m crazy about colour. Every so often though, I think fresh, clean white cannot be beat for elegance and youthful vibrancy.
I have always been a sucker for white tops and shirts. There are more in my wardrobe than anything else. They are the staple item I just can’t go past, and with so many amazing variations, I can’t never pick a favourite.
There is something about the combination of black and gold that really ups the ante. It’s instant glamour, a timeless combination, and can make your entire outfit really special. I thought I’d added the perfect LBD to my wardrobe earlier this year, but when I stumbled across this one with a touch of gold embellishment,…
So you probably read the title of this blog post and thought, “what is that?” You wouldn’t be alone, but Millennial Pink is actually all around you, and some are even calling it the colour that defines our generation.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again- I’ve never been a Little Black Dress (LBD) kind of gal. I like colour, sparkle and embellishment, and they always seemed like the boring option to me.