The week promises to be cool and rainy in Montreal, so it’s not time yet to store away our coats! I love this one because it has a timeless classic cut, and it goes perfectly with this long scarf which falls almost precisely to the hem of the coat! I accessorized it with pieces I like a lot: my quilted rain boots, my transparent umbrella, my felt/leather bag and my python belt. And it probably immediately caught your eye: today I dare for the first time to wear red lipstick on my blog! When it’s grey outside, I really love to play with colorful little details, and red lips instantly add punch!
Last Friday was the first pretty day of spring in Montreal, and I didn’t hesitate to put on my leopard espadrilles and go bask in the sun! As you may know by now, I get chilly easily, so I opted for a turtleneck sweater. This one is definitely my favorite. I love how its loose collar can be styled in different ways. Unfolded, it can cover my nose, but I like to fold it inward for a contemporary look, or place it haphazardly for a relaxed and casual look. And, do you remember this blazer? I found it at 70% off last year–what a find! I love its loose fit and it’s definitely a good quality piece which adds elegance to every outfit. To complete the look, I chose a white pant and some caramel and golden accessories to reflect this beautiful spring light!
Blazer: Helmut Lang, Sweater: Maje (sold out… similar), Top: Club Monaco, Pants: Diesel (sold out… similar), Shoes: Loeffler Randall (sold out… similar), Bag: Mansur Gavriel, Bracelet and Rings: Tiffany Kunz (similar here and here).
At this time of the year, I desperately need to see more colors! That’s why my eye immediately noticed this vibrant red Velvet shirt. I like its unusual pattern as it steps away from the traditional plaid with its jumble of squares and broken lines. And, to be even more cozy, I pulled out an oversized cardigan. Did you notice the detail in the knit? Yes, squares–the perfect match for this red shirt!
You will find these 2 pretty pieces at Chance boutique!
Today, I felt a bit like Little Red Riding Hood… but in gray… and without the Big Bad Wolf! I love to take walks in the forest, and there was something truly magical about this clearing… It was like something straight out of a children’s story!
What an amazing place! This urban art site was created in conjunction with the Van Gogh exhibition at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. I was very surprised when I arrived because I realized that from one point of view, the pointillism patterns were blue, and from another perspective, they were red and orange. We had a lot of fun making this photo shoot and we are very happy with the result! I particularly love the contrast between the shades of gray of the outfit and the colors of the street art!