Joe Fresh denim shirt and jeans, Nine West shoe, Zara jacket
There’s no better outfit than the Canadian tuxedo for Fall. It’s chic and super warm since you’re rocking a thick denim. On top I threw on my trusty leather jacket for some edge, more texture and honestly more warmth. For this outfit I wanted the shoes to speak for themselves. They’re giving me serious life with the Dorothy vibes. The Wizard of Oz was my number one movie growing up as a kid. My mother tells me she put it on at least once a day. My boyfriend recently said I don’t know how people can watch the same movie over and over, and I’m one of those people; I blame my mom haha. I saw these shoes at Winners and passed on them until two weeks later I couldn’t stop thinking about them and finally bought them and I ain’t mad!
Zara Jacket (Old, Similar), Hidden Denim, Zara Shoes (Old, Similar @Dr.Martens), Vintage Coach Bag, Thrifted Scarf, Ray-Ban Sunnies
Although Fall officially started back on September 22, it was extremely hot at the time, we’re talking felt tropical and muggy, and then all of a sudden mid day on the 27th the winds changed and it finally turned into scarf and jacket weather, which I know many of us are stoked on because we finally get to wear all of our fall pieces and layer on the fashion. I love the fall season and as much as I wish summer was forever I honestly would love to live in a place where it’s always fall. We’ve had some really beautiful days lately where the sun is shining with perfect blue skies accompanied by a crisp wind; the perfect weather for your best fall outfit. This fall I really want to take advantage of nature. Getting out there to do some apple picking, explore the trails just outside the city to take in the beauty of our country during the fall months as the trees change colour; before it turns grey and is covered in heaps of snow.
H&M Top, Vintage Jeans via Public Butter, H&M Bag, Yoki Loafers
In the past few weeks I think I’ve bought 5 tops with ruffles, no joke. Two sweaters, this tee, and a tank; Ok so four, excessive?
I don’t consider myself very “girly” in terms of how I dress, yet I’ve found myself leaning towards ruffles and “girlier” garments lately when I’ve been out shopping. The thing is they’re more statement ruffles than they are silly, frilly, cutesy etc etc. I’m into statement pieces where the rest of my outfit can be relaxed, like this t-shirt with dramatic sleeves paired with this $20 pair of vintage Lee light wash denim that has curious paint stains in various spots (like the turquoise one on the inside of my pant leg..). This top makes me want to flamenco dance and if you know me you know that dancing is never to far away from happening. The subtle statement game is where I’m at lately because I truly loooove to be comfortable and this t-shirt is just that. I have been on the hunt for a few more statement tops I can bust out this fall before I have to throw a giant parka on top of it. I also just don’t have many nice tops, so my goals is to get back into fun outfits like I used to and not be afraid to wear a top with gigantic ruffled sleeves.