Here’s a little secret for you: you don’t have to have to be a millionaire to look like a million bucks! Today I’m sharing my tips for how to look expensive, even if you are on a budget! With a little bit of strategic shopping and making the most of the items already in your closet you can upgrade your wardrobe from cheap to chic. Here are 3 tips for creating a wardrobe that looks expensive.
Every year Pantone releases its fall colour trend report and this year Chili Pepper Red is at the top of the list. It’s such a bright bold colour that is universally flattering on all skin tones. This time of year is also the perfect season to invest in adding some red pieces to your wardrobe. There is nothing more festive than wearing red for the holidays!
Today I’m sharing my Canadian guide to online shopping. These days, I personally prefer online shopping to shopping in store. Especially with having a young child at home, being able to have my picks shipped straight to my door so I can try on during nap time is literally priceless.
However, living in Canada can sometimes complicate the online shopping experience. It can be frustrating to purchase something online just to find out you are responsible for duty on top of your shipping costs. Or even worse find out an outfit doesn’t fit and the cost to return the item is more than the clothing is actually worth. Today I’m sharing my recommendations for which major online retailers are actually worth shopping when you are a Canadian and which ones are a hard pass.
Monochromatic dressing is a major trend this season and a trend that I’ve personally loved for quite a few years. (Check out this monochromatic blue look or this monochromatic pink outfit!) The word monochromatic breaks down to mono (meaning one) and chromatic (meaning colour) so monochromatic dressing is just choosing to wear one colour from head to toe. Otherwise know as tone on tone dressing, choosing to be more minimalist in the colours you wear is not only stylish but also makes your outfit look more expensive. Today I’m breaking down how to use a single colour to make your outfit pop.