Fall is just around the corner and unfortunately it’s just a matter of time before we will start wearing cozy sweatshirt, boots and warm jackets. Luckily I love the earthy shades of the fall: khaki, camel, bold red and deep burgundy, along with grey and black are the hottest colours this season.
The perfect pieces for a trendy 70s boho look
Recently I found two essential pieces that makes my heart beat faster: midi accordion pleated skirt and lace up shoes both from Zara. These pieces as this 70s’ boho inspired feel. I love the fact that it super easy to wear them, separately or together for casual day look.
There is nothing like an eye-catching shoe to upgrade your Fall outfit. The lace-up heels, provide a feminine and elegant touch that combine perfectly with the boho pleated skirt and the crop pleated top. I think that the voluminous trapeze shape top add a lot of swing and it’s versatile for many styles options.
Skirt: Zara, Top: Club Monaco, Clutch: Zara, Shoes: Zara, Necklace: Forever 21
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In the last days of my vacation, Just before I flew back to Toronto, it’s become very hot in Israel. I had to find a way to look chic while staying cool in the summer heat. I realized that a light weight sleeveless dress is the solution to my problem.
How to choose a summer dress
When choosing a summer dress, the garment is very important. Cotton is a great option, it’s extremely comfortable and allows your body to breathe. With all the current summer sale that surrounding me, I was lucky to pick this Zara everyday summer dress which is affordable (I was spending to much money on clothes recently) and also it’s an easy care dress with lightweight lining.
Leaving my homeland was so bittersweet. I felt sad to say goodbye (again) to my past, my beloved family and friend, but on the other hand, I couldn’t wait to see my precious little boy and my husband back in Toronto. I was definitely emotion overload for the past few days. Well, I think I need to go on a shopping spree again…
Dress: Zara, Sandals: Zara, Sunglasses: Italia independent – Smart Set, Necklace: Forever21, Bag: Aldo
I think that Israel is overflowing with talented fashion designers, who are not afraid to push their boundaries and create a unique designs. Every visit in Israel included a purchase of some new creative products made by local Israeli designers. It is an expensive habit, but it totally worth it.
I wanted to share with you my pick of an amazing Tel Aviv fashion brand called Neat Collar , who specialized in creating outstanding collars for women, made by Hilla Yachimoviz and Ido Kadmon.
This fashionable accessory can be wear under a shirt or a dress but also over it. I was fascinated by the great selection of all the collars. The bold piece can obviously put together some interesting look.
I fall in love with this floral collar vest, the eye-catching prints is perfect for the summer days because of the pattern and the light fabric.
My way of wearing the neat collar
I paired it with a denim blue dress in order to give it an eclectic, edgy look but with a feminine touch.
This is a fantastic way to update any classy dress or basic top and give it a whole new look without any efforts.
Collar vest: Neat Collar, Dress: Topshop, Clutch: Zara, Bracelet: Forever21, Sandals: Zara, Sun Glasses: Zara
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Recently denim has become a part of my daily wardrobe, especially denim on denim, that is one of my most worn and favourite combination. Right now, which means- this week (because few weeks ago I was obsessed with flare and boyfriend jeans) I am more into the denim skirts and dresses. I love pieces that gives you a feminine touch, but in an effortlessly chic way. Denim dresses and also skirts are super easy to dress up or down just with the right accessories.
In this look I tied my denim jacket around the waist. I think that this is another great way to evoke an effortlessly cool vibe and tie the whole look together.
A blue washed denim jacket is a versatile staple which you can pair with almost anything you own in your closet, it also a creative way to create an illusion of an hourglass figure.
Tips for get Festival Ready
To balance out the loose fit skirt, I wore a fitted crop top with tribal prints and lace up gladiators, which match perfectly together for an modern chic festival inspired look.
Summer is all about music festivals, so get into the mood (it’s not necessary means that you are need to be there) with similar free spirit outfit, that make you festival ready, like tribal or floral prints, fringe pieces and gladiators, which are very trendy this summer, ethnic tunics and of course denim in any shape or form.
Skirt: Zara, Denim Jacket: Mendocino, Bag: Zara, Crop Top: Topshop, Sandals: Zara, Bracelet: Forever 21, Sunglasses: Gucci
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With the arrival of warmer weather, it’s time to refresh my wardrobe with a summer statement piece: Jumpsuit
The jumpsuit was very popular during the 70s, so clearly (with all the 70s influences) this one piece become a must have this season.
I’ve always had a weakness to jumpsuit, so you can guess how excited I was, when I found this strapless overalls on French Connection last weekend. I didn’t plan to buy another jumpsuit, but I couldn’t resist. I love the sporty cool silhouette and the bali tropical print, which is perfect for the summer days. The lightweight fabric make it so easy to wear and it’s also versatile. You can dress it up just by adding a statement necklace and high heels.
As a busy mom, sometime I just want to look stylish without beating my brains out. Simply throw this jumpsuits with a flat sandals and you are ready to go, or in my case, ready to run (after my boys… )
Lately, I’ve had this thing with backpacks. This sports luxe bag from French Connection caught my eye immediately.
For an effortless and eclectic look, this white bag is all you need during the hot season and not only… After all white is always classy and timeless choice.
Jumpsuit: French Connection, Sandals: Aldo, Backpack: French Connection, Bracelet: Forever 21, Sunnies: Zara, Watch: Guess
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On Monday we celebrated Tom’s birthday in Dave and Buster. My little baby turned two years old, I can’t believe how fast they growing up. Time really does fly, but no matter how old he gets, he will always be my baby.
I had to wear something vivid to celebrate the happiness and joy (and sleepless night ) my son brings into our lives.
Bright colours trend in the Spring-Summer time
Bright green become a very popular colour this season and I am getting obsessed too. I never thought I would wear this bold hue, but as you know in fashion never say never…
I fell in love immediately with these French connection’s trousers. This leafy green shade is very refreshing and add cool vibe to any spring look.
Because of the eye catching colour, I teamed these pants with a white ensembles: peplum top and kimono with a lace details. When wearing brights, keep in mind that these vibrant colours really pop up against white.
I truly believe that strong hues are not only for a fashion’s risk takers. Everyone can incorporating more colour in his outfits, especially during the spring-summer season.
Pants: French Connection, Top: BCBG, Kimono: Urban Outfitters, Backpack: French Connection, Shoes: Topshop, Sunnies: italia independent, Bracelet: Forever21
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Dressing up for Fashion Week in Toronto was a challenging mission, just when I thought the spring had arrived, the extreme cold weather decided to appear again, which lead me to two option:
Staying with my plan outfit, which include a sleeveless dress and a light coat or go back to my old winter clothes.
As you guess, I choose the first option: freezing to death.
I am not going to let the weather ruing my stylish appearance, especially not in this exciting most fashionable event in Toronto.
I like when women blur the line between masculine and feminine silhouettes, it’s add an interesting twist to an outfit. It’s playful and edgy. When it’s come to fashion, it’s better to dare than be boring… Life is all about taking chances!
Eilat is the ultimate family vacation experience, especially for us coming from a cold place like Toronto. The sunny destination was a bit chilly more then expected that weekend, but I can’t complain. Now I would beg for such a weather.
The fun activity (the sea world, video game center, swim-pool) kept the kids occupied, leaving me with the challenging dilemma: How to look perpetually polished and put together, especially when you’re in a rush running after the kids.
A snowy day or freezing weather are not going to stand in my way of looking stylish. I believe that you can still look fashionable even when the temperature is below the zero (it’s hard but it’s possible). Bundle up is a must in these coldest days, but it doesn’t mean we need to neglect our appearance.