“That” Sweater

American Eagle Sweater, Vintage Denim, Sam Edelman Loafers

You know the sweater I’m talking about when I say “that” sweater. It’s your go-to comfy sweater. Fluffy, cozy, your security blanket essentially. For me I don’t love wearing pull over sweaters but when I want to be my coziest that’s the sweater I go for. I love this one because although it looks like it would boil you up but somehow it’s very breathable. It’s slightly cropped with tiny slits at the side that I love, along with a faux turtleneck. Tiny stylistic details are what always grab me and turn basics into edgy pieces. Soft pink, cream I think is very flattering as well. I paired it with the perfect light wash vintage denim and dark green loafers for a touch of colour. Really digging this weather for “Fall”. It’s quite warm in Toronto so we’ve been able to wear just a sweater and be almost too warm in it outside. Fashion gets to live on for a while before we cover our personal style under a parka.


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Joe Fresh Bomber Sweater, Vintage Adidas Tee (Public Butter Vintage), American Eagle Jeans (DIY tassle hem), H&M Sneakers

I originally saw these jeans on Pinterest and fell in love. Anything fringy, fuzzy, furry etc and I am in. I started to do some digging and I was only finding designer versions for atleast $100 plus. For me I’m never willing to splurge on a fast trend that I may not wear often enough, so as I own a million pairs of jeans (some that I don’t wear anymore) I decided to DIY a pair and try it out. Surprisingly they came out of the wash looking pretty dope that I don’t even need to invest in a pair, WIN! Here are some of the jeans I was eyeing before I made them myself: Zara, 3X1, and Loeil.

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Jean Machine


Joe Fresh Chambray, DIY Jeans (Old Forever 21), Vintage Shoes (Similar, Modern Vice), Thrifted Dagger Necklace, Arm Party: HM, AEO, Thrifted

I am now “death warmed up” sick, and avoiding the camera lens at all costs since I am currently ricking the Rudolph glow. This outfit I wore this week leading up to knowing this day was coming. When I know I’m getting sick but have to look presentable I run to my comfort clothes. Though many don’t associate a Canadian tux ‘comfort clothing’, I do. Jeans are my comfort zone and I always have a good old soft worn-in pair like so. These babies I’ve had since early high school (gives you a sense of how much I’ve grown). I wore them to bits then threw them into the back of  the fashion vault as I replaced them with newer, trendier jeans. Though some people follow the rule of “one in, one out” when you make a similar purchase, I get separation anxiety. So, I opened the vault and revamped them a little by chopping off the bottom and roughing them up. I like how vintage and light they look and they feel like you’re wearing nothing. That $15 went a long way in grade 10. Thank you Forever 21.





 ^The perfect fall shoes^


DSCF6995One of my favourite locations to shoot is the Canadian Opera Company building. Endless hidden nooks and spots to take great photos.