Waterlily and Dragonfly

This silk blouse reminds me of spring with its dragonfly cufflinks and its waterlily print. But, because it’s not still very warm in Montreal, I paired it with a sweater and my favorite transitional coat! I admit, I opted for some pretty light flats, but I assure you that I wasn’t cold at all while walking and admiring the 60’s architecture of Place des Arts.

Have a nice week everyone!



Blouse: Patrizia Pepe, Sweater: Club Monaco (sold out… similar), Jeans: G-Star, Coat: Zara (similar), Flats: Loeffler Randall (different color here), Bag: Mansur Gavriel (sold out… similar).

November Stripes

When it’s cold outside, I love having fun with my coats and styling them in different ways. By pulling my sleeves back, it’s easy to add an original touch to a simple black coat. Also, let me introduce you to my first pair of rain boots ever! It took me some time to find the perfect pair because I have flat feet and I like coziness when it comes to shoes. This pair is perfect for me, especially the parts that cover the calves because they are flexible and ideal for long walks in the rain!


Coat: Manila Grace (sold out… similar), Cardigan: Des petits hauts (sold out… similar), Tee: Tiger of Sweden (sold out… similar), Scarf (similar), Jeans: G-Star (sold out… similar), Beanie: Autumn Cashmere (sold out… similar), Boots: Marccain (sold oud… similar).

Casual Blazer

 I consider this blazer as one of the treasures in my wardrobe. It goes with everything! It has an original look and the fabric is of exceptional quality. I love the loose fit which gives a casual look to an outfit. Whit this Chinese collar, the combination is perfect! What do you think?


Blazer: Helmut Lang, Blouse: Designer Remix (sold out… similar), Jeans: G-Star (sold out… similar), Bag: DVF (sold out… similar), Shoes: Loeffler Randall, Bracelet: Sarah Pacini (sold out… similar).

Illuminating the Rain

 It’s raining in Montreal… And when it’s raining, I like to wear soft and luminous colors to compensate for the gloom. This little top is very simple, but I fell for its trumpet sleeves and for this antique pink which is easy to match. It’s the perfect backdrop to showcase this magnificent necklace that can be worn in many ways: as a bracelet, as a pendant, at the neck or at its entire length. Worn with this blue umbrella from my memorable trip to China, this outfit has everything to illuminate my day!


Top: Flippa K (sold out… similar), Jeans: G-Star (sold out… similar), Shoes: J Shoes (sold out… similar), Trench: Rudsak (sold out… similar), Necklace and Bracelet: Christine Bijoux (sold out… similar here, here and here), Umbrella: Souvenir from China.

Feminine Plaid

This fall, plaid is very trendy! What I particularly love about this shirt is the fact that it’s feminine. It’s a far cry from the traditional woodcutter shirt! Its translucent silk makes it airy and adds a sophisticated touch. With a leather jacket and black pumps, this look is perfect for a casual dinner with friends!


Shirt: Joie (sold out… similar) , Jeans: G-Star (sold out… similar), Jacket: La Marque (sold out… similar), ShoesMichael Kors, Bag: DVF (sold out… similar), Bracelet and ring: Sarah Pacini (sold out… similar here and here).

Magic Hour

This shirt is absolutely perfect for the end of summer! I love its color, its little stripes, its loose and relaxed fit, but most of all… It’s silkiness! It is absolute comfort while remaining completely delicate. Through it, I can feel the breeze of the last lovely summer evenings as I enjoy a perfect sunset!


Shirt: DVF (sold out… similar), Jeans: G-Star (sold out… similar), Shoes: Loeffler Randall (sold out… similar), Bracelet: Hen Jewelry (sold out… similar).