Weekday vibes between work and play call for some mix and match between monochrome basics  ...

I recently collaborated with the multi-talented artist visionneilwho will also be showcasing some of the shots from this series in his upcoming gallery preview at the Commons Photography Studio: I knew that working will visionneil meant that I had to take the opportunity to do an ootd look for you guys!! So we got together to do a look book with my favourite look of the season! 

White halter top with high waisted back pants and a my favourite sun hat!

This totally defines my aesthetic on mixed sunny & cloudy days when the weather can suddenly take a turn on you and become windy or cold!  My new found obsession with basics is well, every growing! I can't help but collect as many basics as I can. They just take my wardrobe to a whole another level because the mix and match possibilities are endless!

Check out my lookbook with visionneil below! 


Pants - Zara 

Sun Hat - Forever 21  

Halter - Forever 21  

Shoes - Ecco Shoes  


2015 marked the year for my first ever fashion label collobaration during Toronto Fashion Week.  I've loved the event, ever since my first time attending a Rudsak show in 2012. Since then copping tickets and designer passes for fashion week in Toronto has been an absolute must every season!  I've always been the type of girl who likes to make a statement with the clothes I wear and the way I dress. NARCES has always striked me as brand that combines art with good design.  I've never been one for designer labels but more about how someone can really make a designer brand work for their personal style & persona.


It started with a fitting at the NARCES headquarters where I got to choose a few of the outfits that I was going to wear that week. One week, three events and NARCES was going to make the process a lot easier and fun!  

I ended up picking up 3 dresses and 2 beautiful fur jackets to make the transition from each event a bit more comfortable. The best part was that I was going to spend Buffer Festival outside in the cold on the red carpet so the fur-jackets turned out to be a life-saver! 


My fashion week outfit was something right out of a magazine cover. My favourite piece was the Champagne Mongolian Lamb Jacket. Champagne is best matched with dark colours so the Navy Stretch Knit dress was a no-brainer especially because it just fit so perfectly when I left the dressing room. 


Working in retail and as a stylist for brands in the past has taught me one thing for sure, that you have to go with clothing that feels good and has proper form and fitting. Of course you can't forget that it also needs to be trendy. What you wear throughout your day, at work or socializing what you wear ultimately sets the tone for the day.  Just like they say, dress for the dream job!

Fashion Week this year was a lot of fun overall, and I made some amazing connections including an awesome photographer named Abbas who fell in love with my outfit so naturally we became awesome buddies and make these amazing editorials come to life!