Sunday, December 28, 2008

Boyish matters

wearing: shoes-le chateau, jeans-mavi boy jeans, shirt-aritzia, hat-roots.
Wearing mostly my brand new purchases from Boxing Day. I was sooo excited when I found these boy jeans that actually fit. I had spent months looking for the perfect pair with the perfect amount of saggyness in the butt. It was so un-called for that I found these at Warrens. (a store that carries mainly very hanus clothing.) I'm hoping that I'll be able to hit up another day of great sales but because of the bus strike....i doubt it. Good news! I'm headed off to Montreal tomorow! Definatly very, very pumped.
Happy shopping!

Thursday, December 25, 2008


Spent most of my christmas testing out my new love as well as touching up my illustration for my latest art project. I aws very inspired by Igor+Andre blog. I love his style of illustration, I couldn't help but to try it out! Although mine are no where to comparable to his, I gave it a shot.
Yours truly,

A very MERRY christmas indeed.

floral scarf-vintage, shirt-AA, pleather skirt- AA, finge heels-le chateau
The camera that I've been craving for has finally appeared under my christmas tree! Thank you Santa! Although not the Nikon D60 that I dreamed about, it is a very nice camera. I am thoroughly satisfied. I can finally actually put up posts on my very ignored blog. The shoes were a christmas present to myself for being such a good girl this year. I found them a couple days before christmas at le chateau. I do admit that I occasionally did put in the snide remark at those who bought shoes from that store but I fell in love with these fringe heels.
Hope you all have a great christmas!

Monday, December 1, 2008


So my painting is finally up and about. There you see it: three months of my life. For clarification, this was a school project. I'm in the visual arts program and for our assignment, we had to create a 3 panel painting that protrayed experimental tactics. What inspired me for this painting was actually a quote by Coco Chanel: Fashion is not something that exists in dresses only. Fashion is in the sky, in the street, fashion has to do with ideas, the way we live, what is happening. If you can't tell in the pictures, there are animals coming out from the clothing. (Ex: minks morphing out of the fur jacket) I think that a lot of the time, people should look beyond the actual materialistic aspect of clothing. There is so much more that goes into the garment then most people will see. Two of my panels were inspired by Marc by Marc Jacob's ads and as for the third, inspired by Lula magazine.
As for what I'm wearing today: shorts-Aritzia, Shirt-American Eagle, Shoes-Dolce Vita.