Blazer: Wilfred-Aritzia Shoes: Aldo T-shirt: Topshop Necklace: Forever 21 Leggings: La Senza, sequins and studs were a DIY by me. Purse: Kenneth Cole Picture 10,14 via cobrasnake.
●Picture 4- My friend Kat. Her fur vest paired with a killer studded belt (which the picture does a horrible job of showing) was something I will need to steal from her in the future.
●Picture 6-7- Katrina Tuttle Show-Katrina Tuttle debuted her Spring line at the tents this year. She played with teals, blush pinks and yellows and yes, you are seeing correctly-she channeled the wang braid. I enjoyed the button detailing on a few of the pieces and the girly dresses made me feel like going for tea. She did play it safe that’s forsure but for being only 21, she did a hella good job.
●Picture 8- Attitude by Sears. For all the Canadians out there, seriously mark your calenders to go into Sears this Spring. Black and White themed ensembles made up of basic tees and tanks had me drooling and thinking “Sears? Really? WOW”. The black and white half split tee was my favourite and is indeed a future purchase.
●Picture 9- Katrina wasn’t the only one who paid homage to the Wang Braid. Inside the tents, there was an area sponsored by Loreal where, if you had the time, you could get your hair done. Clearly, we aren’t as important as others and had lots of time to kill so I asked the girl to either “put it half up or do a side braid/ponytail”. She did a side fishtail instead and ever since she did, I have been you tubing videos on how to re-create this. Love.
●Picture 10- We later went over to the “Shadowplay” party at Carte Blanche where local designers and artists came together to display their work in picture form all over the store’s space. 90’s music and Amsterdamn beer made the evening even better than it already was.
●Picture 11- This picture is of Speech’s new photoshoot/collection. It’s dark and twisted and it makes me feel like rebelling. Other shots coming soon.
●Picture 12– Me and Randi, from TheKatieGirls
●Picture 13/14- The basement of Carte Blanche is like treasure chest of inspirational goodies. If I didn’t look like a creep I would have snapped more. If you are in the Toronto area, this store is a must. And while your at it, try to sneak into the basement. It’s worth it.