This past weekend was the fashion and beauty summit BeautyCon held out in sunny Los Angeles, and I was fortunate enough to get a chance to attend.
I wanted to wear something simple and relaxed for the day, yet still look chic and polished. I ended up going with a minimalistic white top and some high waisted leather shorts, topped off with a statement necklace.
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What I wore to the Privilege Clothing Holiday Soirèe event.It was a delightful evening of hot chocolate, cake pops, shopping and mingling with fellow style enthusiasts.
A big thanks to Privilege Clothing for the beautifully wrapped party favours and gift card!
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Channeling my inner Lana Del Rey for my first ever tutorial on the blog.
I’ve been meaning to create this tutorial for a while, and finally got around to it.
Sifting through the countless tutorials online, I found that most can actually be quite complex and time-consuming. But with some trial and error, I’ve found a really quick + simple way to efficiently create beautiful floral crowns.
Continue reading to see how:
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We don’t always have the amount of time and money to allot to our wardrobe as we’d like, so it’s really helpful to be able to multi-purpose a piece whenever possible.
I love trying to find new and creative ways to wear things you’ve worn before to create a fresh look. The top is from my Sheer Color Blocking post, and the scalloped white shorts are from Summer Heat.
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As the summer continues, I find myself with an ever-growing collection of clothing in white.
I think something about the shade just proclaims fresh.
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Gorgeous days like these make me love Vancouver.
Pink Top: Forever 21 | Cream Scalloped Shorts: Topshop | Gold Rose Cuff: Gift | Yellow Point Flats: Asia Market | Cream Envelope Clutch: Tory Burch
An outfit I wore for the EAT! Vancouver Food + Cooking festival.
I didn’t take too many pictures inside, but managed to snap a few of the food.
If you’ve never been, the festival is definitely worth checking out. Tons of different vendors, and a huge selection of food to sample. There are free ones available, but most of the more substantial offerings cost tickets.
You can buy packs of 20 tickets for $10, so it comes out to be 50 cents a ticket. Most items are anywhere from 2 – 8 tickets (or $1 – $4).
Color Block Shirt: Topshop | White Denim: Forever 21 | Black Stam Bag: Marc Jacob