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Dressage: Equestrian Fashion for Derby Day

THE DEEEEERBY! (What I’m trying to convey here is the ridiculous pseudo-British accent I put on every time I talk about the Kentucky Derby, which I realize makes no sense.) This weekend, the annual celebration of horses and hats goes down, and to celebrate, we’ve rounded up our favourite equestrian-inspired wearables to “sport” while sipping… Read More »

Be BOLD in 2014

Now that I’m done reflecting about my life choices of the year past, I’ve begun thinking about the evolution of my personal style…or lack thereof.  As I navigate through my wardrobe via FB and Instagram, disappointment sets in. Despite having a shitty memory, I can recall occasions quite vividly through clothing. I think back to a… Read More »

Breakfast at Soho House: Welcome to Canada,!

Your favourite upscale internet department store,, was always available in Canada, but now they’ve decided to get even friendlier. With their headquarters in New York City, obviously Gilt reaches for their neighbor to the north—Toronto—for a visit! And it started with a lovely media breakfast meet up at Soho House hosted by Gilt’s Women’s Editorial… Read More »

Style Inspiration: The Craft

October has us feeling dark and mysterious for obvious reasons (Halloween!), and who better to look to for inspiration than the badass ladies of The Craft. Unleash your inner Sarah, Nancy, Bonnie or Rochelle with this look inspired by the 1996 film. 1. Current/Elliott Soho Biker Jacket ($370, Net-A-Porter) 2. Free People Gold Coast Maxi… Read More »

Get long weekend ready with these great cottage-inspired pieces

Full disclosure: This entire post is exactly what I’ll be wearing this long weekend at the cottage (and basically every day, for that matter). When it comes to cottage dressing, we’re all about being comfortable and practical without losing major style points. Maybe our look veers more towards camp counsellor than anything else, but let’s… Read More »

Styled By Local: A Rock ‘n’ Roll Picnic by Dalston Grey 

The magic is in the mix at Dalston Grey. That is, the mix between carefully selected vintage pieces and modern contemporary lines like Gat Rimon. Dalston Grey has easily become one of our go-to stores on the Dundas strip, particularly because of the charming personality of the owner, Leah Gust. The store may be compact… Read More »