Still summer, but I can feel the autumn in the air. It’s hard to believe that the summer is almost over. At least I have a wonderful trip that is still waiting for me. California here we come…
Summer is all about effortless look and bright/pastel colours. what better way to feel comfortable and enjoy the summer heat than wearing shorts and breezy top. Lately I become obsessed with shorts in any colour or prints. It’s essential piece for the hot season.
I really feel that I need a vacation, taking a break from the intensive life and spend few days away from home. The ocean is a great escape from the busy everyday life, Even if it is only for one day…The beautiful seaside of Oakville is the quick escape. Oakville lies on lake Ontario’s shore, only half an hour from Toronto.
It is summer in the city and the perfect time for skin baring looks, which mean extra time in the gym…
These pictures were taken a while ago (around May). Somehow I didn’t publish them yet on my blog… I guess I was not completely sure these pants are flattering me.
Recently I have the need to dress a bit more lady-like and less casual. It’s time to say goodbye to my flat shoes (but it’s only a short break, until my next post) and become a real woman. I think that there is nothing classier than a pleated full midi skirt and high heels.
One of the things I love about Toronto is the summer. So many activity and festivals to choose from. Great ways to spend time together as a family.
As a full time mother to two children, sometime I don’t have a enough time planning my outfit, so what better way to get dressed quickly yet stylish than by wearing black and white? This neutrals colour combination is always chic and never goes out of style.
The long kimono jacket is (also) one of my favourite piece this summer. Kimono is the absolute bohemian statement piece and it’s a great way to add singularity, and of course stylish boho touch to any casual look. The first time is saw this lightweight, knee-length white kimono was when I cross by Urban Outfitters store and saw it on their display. It was defiantly love at the first sight.