Beside the rocking stylish looks outside the tents at Toronto Fashion week, I was thrilled to see the runway shows for Fall 2014. Here are some highlights that caught my eyes on day 1:
The Canadian born designer showcase an outstanding collection. He succeed in combining between feminine and romantic yet sexy and edgy designs. I love the structured pieces with the feminine silhouettes, the bright colours, the bold prints and the silver studs.
Toronto fashion week is my favorite event of the year. For someone who breathe and live fashion, this stylish event is an heaven. This is the place to let my creativity flow and get inspired by all the fashionable people who share a great sense of style. The only thing that undermining my happiness was the chilly weather, which lead me to change my outfits planning. In day 1 the weather was extremely cold and windy, that hasn’t stopped me from wearing spring colours, but to beat the winter chill I was wearing layers. I love pastels colours, so I have tried to build an outfit that combine between two shade of light baby blue (biker jacket and skinny pants) and powder pink (peplum top). To add some contrast to the trendy look, I wore sneakers. It’s also functional, I needed a comfy shoes for taking the subway afterward. Back to my real life …
This silk ombre top from French Connection is a prefect way, and also a fresh one to welcome the summer, even though the temperature dropped down drastically.Yesterday it was raining all day long . The first day of June seems like the first day of fall….
I have been looking for one of these peplum shirt for a long time, but they were sold out everywhere I checked. As a serious shopaholic, I didn’t give up and few days ago, I finally found the one from zara in a decent price too -only 19$
This romantic-vintag Inspired, pleated skirt, is the one I admire the most. Even though I have plenty skirts with the