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Extreme Comfort

Winter is the best season for staying home and vegging out on a sofa. So I thought this would be the perfect time to show you the kind of clothes I wear to be at my most comfortable!

First of all, I love to wear an angora sweater because of it’s extremely soft and warm. I simply wear it over a t-shirt. Then, I throw on my James Perse pants. They are stretchy but not too sloppy (just not my style), and I love the distinctive details of this model.

The final touch: my UGG slippers! Shopping for slippers is not very exciting… but they are SO practical! I have had this pair for 3 years now and I have no idea how I used to survive the harsh Canadian winter before getting them. From October to April, this is literally the item I wear everyday! I can confirm that they were a very good investment.

What about you? What items keep you the comfiest during winter?

Photo Credit: Samuel Laflamme

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Sweater: Maje (different style here), Top: Club Monaco (similar), Pants: James Perse (similar), Slippers: UGG.


Spring Day

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!

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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).