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Little to No Effort Outfits for Spring

Monday, March 20, 2017

GOOD MORNING! It is OFFICIALLY spring and I could not be happier about that. Even though the weather has been bipolar in Toronto recently, I'm looking forward to showing you guys my spring/summer wardrobe. You'll notice a huge shift in the colours I wear in the spring/summer. I'm that typical person that dresses according to the season but I also tend to dress more feminine and girly as well! A lot of people rush getting ready in the morning which is totally understandable but I thought I'd show a few outfits that require little to no effort but are still put together.

This is the easiest outfit formula and one that I think can apply to a lot of people. I'm more of a skirt and dress person during the warmer weather but with comfy enough jeans, you'll see them on repeat like this one! A white top is an essential in your wardrobe so if you want to spice it up (instead of wearing a basic tee), try getting something with a cutout like I have. 
Instead of a black leather jacket, I opted for this grey one I got from Jean Machine a couple of years ago. If you want to add a statement to your outfit, then add statement shoes or a statement bag for a pop of colour. I'm OBSESSED with these new ones I got from ASOS recently (they're on sale for $41 CAD!). The studs and buckle detailing make the look so edgy. If you're someone who likes to quickly put on their shoes and out the door then these shoes aren't for you because they're like a belt buckle!

Outfit Details
Top - Boohoo
Jeans - Urban Planet
Jacket - Jean Machine (old)
Shoes - ASOS

Since the springtime can still have those chilly moments, lightweight knits are key this season. I recently bought a few and I'm beyond thrilled to wear them. They're all light colours and literally perfect for the weather. I wore a faux suede skirt that I received from SheIn. I love this scallop detailing on it which adds so much to the outfit. You all know how much I love the little details so it should come to no surprise that I would get this!

Outfit Details
Top - Garage (old)
Skirt - SheIn
Sleevelss Blazer - Winners (old)
Shoes - Converse


For the last outfit, it involves two basics that I think every fashion person has worn: a chambray shirt and white jeans. It's a simple combo but it's an easy go-to that I would wear as well. Usually I'd wear a statement necklace to make it more me but this time I thought I'd wear it with a cream trench coat from Zara and a statement scarf. I actually got this scarf at a home outlet store in my local area so it's not available everywhere!

 Outfit Details
Shirt - Gap
Pants - Topshop
Jacket - Zara
Shoes - Converse
Scarf - Accents Home Outlet

What are you most excited about now that spring is here? Let me know in the comments :)

Disclaimer: The item from SheIn was sent to me to feature on my blog. All opinions are my own.

Current Favourites 2017

Thursday, March 16, 2017
Good morning! I think I mentioned in my last favourites post how I don't often change up products or anything which is why I don't have monthly favourites. Since it is nearing the end of winter, I do have a bunch of different fashion favourites. As for the beauty favourites, I have a few new ones (but nothing that replaces the items in my last favourites post!)

I've been on the hunt for a cabby hat for months but due to having an oddly-shaped head, it's difficult finding stores that size their hats! You'll probably say I'm crazy for saying that my head is oddly-shaped but TRUST ME, you need to see me try on hats to see how a lot of one-size hats don't fit. Anyways, to my luck, I found this one in the clearance section of H&M for $5. I wear it so much and I think it's been quite evident how much I love it on my blog and Instagram.


If you saw my A/W Haul, you would know I got these booties for $25! I've worn them in nearly all my outfit posts since I bought them and I have no regrets about it. There are mixed reviews when it comes to Zara shoes but I own 3 pairs and personally am obsessed with them.


Jeans are probably the one thing I hate buying because they're so expensive! These LEVIs are my favourite thing to wear because of the fit. They actually have 3 buttons as the closure instead of a zipper which isn't something I normally gravitate to but I'm obsessed with these ones. They didn't have a short version but because of the cut, I'm able to cuff them without it suffocating my leg haha

I was fortunate enough to attend MUJI's fall/winter preview in September. They were kind enough tot gift us a few items and this arm stole was one of them! You can wear it like an arm stole or like a regular scarf which makes it so versatile. It was my go-to during the winter!


If you followed all of my winter fashion posts, you'd know that this light brown cashmere turtleneck was definitely one of the all-stars this past season. I do tend to wear a lot of neutrals but it's rarely ever just black and white outfits. I would rather wear something in the brown family (tan/camel, light brown, etc.) versus strictly two shades from opposite sides of the colour spectrum. It's incredibly warm and versatile so no wonder it was a constant staple in my closet! Here's a few of the posts I wore it in: Holiday Lookbook, How Accessories Can Transform Your Look, Winter to Spring Transition: How to Layer


I received this MATT & NAT backpack from Spread during their one year anniversary giveaway on Twitter back in December. Since then, I've been using it nonstop! It's my backpack for school and I also bring it around when I'm going to be out all day in Toronto. I love the adjustable straps (compared to previous faux leather backpacks I owned) and the colour of it! Since I wear a lot of neutrals, it matches perfectly with practically all my outfits.


You've heard me rave about Pai Shau but it's honestly my favourite hair brand! My favourite products from them are the cleanser, conditioner, biphasic fusion and the hairspray. The biphasic treatment is literally a lifesaver. The rain and wind ruined my hair on the day of my graduation photos but thankfully I brought the infusion to add some shine. As for the hairspray, my hair never holds a curl for long so I'm glad to have it! If you haven't seen the reviews yet then click here and here!

What are your current favourites? Let me know in the comments below :)

Transitioning with Plumetis

Monday, March 13, 2017

Now that we are entering the awkward transition from winter to spring, you never know how to dress. Do you dress more for winter or for spring? What colour palette do you go for, etc. For me, I don't necessarily wear lighter and brighter colours the moment it's a bit warmer. I still stick to my darker colour palette. One of the fabrics I've been loving is plumetis. If you don't know what it is, it's a lightweight fabric with raised dots. I love how it's very versatile despite the detailing. It gives your look more definition compared to a plain blouse.

Plumetis is a perfect transition piece that you can use this season. The lightweight fabric makes it fun to layer with other pieces (or wear it on it's own) I thought I'd show 2 looks of how I style plumetis apparel. These looks are also a winter to spring transition types of outfits as well!

The first look is a plumetis dress from H&M. If you've read my blog before, you would've seen this in my Holiday Lookbook! I styled it with a different belt that has star and stud detailing. I decided to go for an all black look and wore my favourite hat at the moment and the same over the knee boots I've worn countless times on my blog!

Outfit Details
Dress - H&M (similar)
Shoes - Le Chateau (similar)
Belt - H&M
Hat - H&M (similar)

I was incredibly happy with how the second outfit turned out. I've always wanted to style this maroon suede dress with a long sleeve black top. I ended up loving wearing the frilled plumetis blouse I got from Zara because the plumetis adds so much detail on the sleeves. Since this is winter to spring transition, wearing long sleeves (even if it's a thinner material) is a must for me!

Outfit Details
Top - Zara (similar)
Dress - Forever21 (old)
Shoes - Le Chateau (similar)
Hat - H&M (similar)

How do you transition your wardrobe from winter to spring? Let me know in the comments below!

Winter to Spring Transition: How to Layer

Monday, March 6, 2017

A huge struggle a lot of people face is the transition period between seasons. Especially ones like winter to spring and summer to fall, you never know what to expect with the weather. The morning could be freezing and by the afternoon, it's warm. Not everyone has the opportunity to go home and change if they're out in the city all day and live in the suburbs.
I thought it'd be great to have a layering post on how to keep warm during this transition period but also not sweat yourself to death by showing a couple of outfits I love to wear.

Outfit 1

This look might look familiar to those who follow my Instagram/Instagram stories (PS: If you don't, you totally should, shameless plug). I wore something incredibly similar with a different colour turtleneck. Long sleeves are an absolute must for me but instead, I layered a corduroy playsuit over it. Since the playsuit was black, wearing my over the knee boots seemed like the right choice. I also wore the same coat in my fall-to-winter transition post!

Outfit Details 
Top - Lord and Taylor (old)
Playsuit - ASOS (old)
Cardigan - Stradivarus (old)
Shoes - Le Chateau

Outfit 2
I decided to wear the same sweater for this outfit. I wanted to keep with the theme of wearing neutrals since you can never go wrong with that for any season! I paired it with a patchwork skirt from Zara along with my favourite faux leather jacket from there as well. I love pairing over the knee boots with skirts, dresses and rompers so of course I had to wear my classic Le Chateau black ones.

Outfit Details 
Top - Lord and Taylor (old)
Skirt - Zara (old)
Jacket - Zara (similar)
Shoes - Le Chateau

How do you transition your wardrobe from winter to spring? Let me know in the comments below and I hope you enjoyed this week's post :)

Subtle Ombré | Bite Beauty x Influenster

Thursday, March 2, 2017

I've been slowly venturing out to the beauty side of the blogging world and today's post is brought to you by Bite Beauty and Influenster! I was chosen to receive a complimentary VoxBox with BITE Beauty's new lip pencils! Although, I'm not a fan of the shades for my skin tone, I thought, instead of just a review (which I will get to), I would show how I would wear one of the colours.


We all received the same two colours: Whiskey and Honeycomb. I would describe Whiskey's shade as dark chocolate versus Honeycomb which is more of a brown-tone nude. When researching for the 'perfect' nude, it's recommended to get one shade from your natural lip colour. It comes off lighter than my natural lips which is why for me, it's a no for shade! Like their other lipsticks, it has a matte finish. I don't wear matte lipsticks anymore but compared to other ones I've tried, this one isn't drying to me! As for Whiskey, I personally feel like it is too dark for me! I never wear anything darker than Rimmel's #107 (Kate Moss collection).


Since I didn't like the shades on me, why spend the day wearing it? I decided to try out a subtle ombré lip look instead of wearing the lipstick on it's own. I've always been intrigued with the ombré lip look but never decided to try it out myself. I went for a more subtle look instead of a dramatic one because, let's face it, I'm someone who likes wearable/everyday makeup versus full face. I ended up using NARS Velvet Lip Pencil in 'Cruella' as the 'base' and then the BITE Lip Pencil in 040 for the darker ombré effect.

Hope you enjoyed today's post! Let me know in the comments if you'd ever try out ombré lips :) 

Disclaimer: The BITE Beauty products were complimentary through Influenster Canada. All opinions are my own.

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