Speaking of leopard print tights (in my previous post), here I am wearing them again with a charcoal coloured angle cut skirt from Zara and bright pink blazer from Zara as well. Boots are from Top Shop, and I finished the look off with a vintage belt and necklace.
My sunglasses are a new and exciting addition to my eyewear collection. I have never owned proper sunglasses because I could never decide what to get, and I’ve always been too afraid of breaking or losing them. This pair is from an AMAZING eyewear store called Opticianado located in the Junction. They specialize in iconic unused vintage eyewear (mine), as well as contemporary independent designers. They have such a unique selection that definitely stands out from all the others. Check it out at 2919 Dundas St. W. JD
Photography by Tania Alvarez
I was going to toss this dress to my swap party pile because it was getting boring, but then an outfit I saw on Lookbook.nu inspired me to accessorize it differently. I wasn’t sure about adding browns and tans with a black and white dress but together it worked out nicely.
Polka dot dress – H&M
Floppy hat – H&M
Sunglasses – Cheap Monday
Necklace – Vintage
Floral belt – H&M
Lace-up booties – Spring Shoes
The sun provided a nice glowing backdrop for my nude number yesterday. The last time I wore this H&M skirt I was freezing here. I cringe at the thought of wearing black tights. WORST. What a difference the heat makes.
My necklace is a new/old find from a pop-up vintage sale I came across on the weekend. They were set-up outside of Bates and Dodds Funeral Home at Queen and Strachan. I thought it was odd, but checked it out anyway. The people were nice and the necklace was $5 so I bought it and didn’t let the funeral location bother me…but you could guess what went through my head, no?
Top + Shoes
Face top is by Chole from a UK sample sale.
Platform heels are by Top Shop from LAB Consignment. JD