September 08, 2017

Toronto Fashion Week


Hello! I hope you are all doing well ! and have a great weekend ahead. On Wednesday I attended day two of Toronto Fashion Week! I was able to watch two shows, one was Bustle which is a menswear brand that was founded in 2002 by Shawn Hewson and Ruth Promislow, who has become well known for its cheeky twist on menswear classics! I loved that they included women and children into the show, it resulted in a really fun combination ! As well as the music matched the collection perfectly! The second show I attended was UTTLD, which has a luxurious aesthetic that reflects a masculine femininity and elegance, The designers are Jose Manuel St-Jacues and Simon Belanger. The show itself  was beautiful the beginning of the runway showed and eclipse and the whole cat walk filled with smoke. The clothes we beautiful with some really incredible details that make them stand out.  Both shows were so different but amazing in their own way, if you want to see some fotage from the shows I posted a video on my youtube channel (link here)

As for my outfit I am wearing This romper from Romwe (Link to site) but unfortunately it sold out over the past couple of days. Romwe does have a bunch of other amazing  floral print jumpsuits such as this cranes print jumpsuit (link here) and this pale green floral jumpsuit (link here), If you wanted something a little bit brighter and with more colour there is also this off the shoulder blue floral jumpsuit (link here). Since it was a bit colder the day off the show I wore a white chiffon blouse underneath, which pulled in some of the lighter colours on the romper. There are some black details on the romper so I grabbed some black accessories, starting with my beret which is from coach, my patent leather back which is thrifted and some simple black heels. The finishing touch to the outfit were these gold hoops that i got in Spain that I cant seem to stop wearing ! They are so perfect! 


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