Thanks for stopping by my little corner of the web, the place where I share what I love, what I think and what I do.
Blogging is the best way I have found to keep connected to my creativity. I work as an acupuncturist here in Montreal and I have my own clinic. I really love my work and it’s so rewarding to help others to be healthy and balanced in their lives. But, in my early 30’s, I felt I needed to do something more creative and connected with my other passions. That’s where the idea of having a blog came from!
The name Magnolia Noir reflects my personality: sometimes luminous and happy, sometimes introverted and mysterious. If you are curious and want to know more about why I called my blog Magnolia Noir, feel free to read this post!
I love many things in life, but the main focus of this blog is fashion. To me, fashion is more than following trends and having beautiful clothes. It’s about finding your own style and showing who you really are. We can’t choose our body, but we can definitely choose our clothes. Fashion is in a way an art, accessible to everyone. After all, getting dressed is the only artistic act that we all do everyday!
My mission is to help you connect with your true self, know who you really are, find your personal style, give you advice and inspiration about how to build the perfect wardrobe, encourage you to invest in versatile, timeless and long lasting clothes that you personally connect with.
The more your style is “in sync” with who you really are, the less you’ll be tired of your clothes and in constant need of something new. To me, this is the key to stopping the buy-and-throw-away cycle that is so damaging to our planet and, over the long term, our wallet!
If you are interested in this subject, feel free to read my posts in the “Mission” category. All my tricks and advice about building a wardrobe with longevity are in this section.
Thank you so much for following my blog, I truly appreciate it!!! And don’t hesitate to leave your comments, you can be sure that I will take the time to read them all, I promise!
See you soon,