In Saskatchewan we have very little time to wear spring looks. We pretty much hop from winter to summer in a flash. But if you are looking for a easy piece that can take you from spring to summer, this dress is it (which also comes in 3 colours). The fabric is so easy to wear and layers so perfectly. For spring, I’ve paired it with this pink corduroy jacket and current fav OTK boots. It’s also such a perfect length, in the summer it can be worn with a strappy sandals and a floppy hat.
I love this look because you can make it work for the office and it can so easily be transitioned for a dinner date. Because it’s so easy to wear, I think it’ll be perfect to bring on my honeymoon travels too.
I think you get it, I just really love this dress!
Speaking of honeymoon, Kyle and I have officially booked our flights to Greece the day after our wedding! I seriously can’t wait! Greece has been always been at the top of my bucket list. Have you been? What do you suggest doing while you are there?
Dress c/o She In | Jacket | Boots
I recently had the pleasure to attend H&M’s grand opening in the Cornwall Centre! It was such an amazing day shopping with my girls Kiteen & Riley, checking out all the new store had to offer. I believe all three of us have different tastes when it comes to fashion yet we all walked out with multiple bags of goodies. That’s what I love about H&M, there really is something for everyone. Details below on what new spring pieces I added to my wardrobe from H&M.
Top: here | Sunnies: here
Dress sold out, but similar here.
Crop Top: here | Pants: here
Blouse: here | Jeans: here
Jacket: here | Jumpsuit: here
Well it has been a hot minute since my last blog post–thank you for being patient with me while I regrouped and brainstormed some new creative content.
Today I thought I’d share a little of what has been inspiring my style as of late–and that’s a retro flair. I’ve been channeling my inner 60’s and 70’s girl. I’ve been wearing mini skirts on repeat–flared, fitted, colourful, patterned, you name it, I’m loving it! This skirt (which is under $20), the newest addition to my mini collection, is a classic style with a bit of a twist. I adore that the lace up detailing that adds a little edge yet can still be played up with prints or colour for a more feminine look.
I know, a mini can be slightly daunting. However, with the weather warming up, it is the perfect time to layer a mini skirt with your favourite tights. I’m always a sucker for a classic black pair but sometimes I opt for some with a little texture. Still too much leg? An over the knee boot is a great pairing. How do you style your mini’s?
Skirt c/o She In