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.
It’s officially November and to be honest I kind of love this time of year. Nestled between Halloween and Christmas, everything seems to slow down a little bit as people start preparing for the holidays. Unlike in the United States, we celebrate Thanksgiving in October. This leaves November to be a quiet month for relaxing at home and enjoying the last little bit of crisp fall air before blizzard season hits in full force. Here’s a little update about what I have up this November.
Thinking of traveling to Europe with a baby? I’m here to tell you that it absolutely can be done and can be an amazing experience as well! When my daughter Emilia was 11 months old, we decided to take her with us to explore France, Belgium and the Netherlands. Today I’m sharing all about our experience traveling to Europe with a baby along with my tips to make your trip a success.
Pleated midi skirts are one of this years trends that I am super excited about. I think fashion should be fun and let’s be honest, pleated skirts are just so much fun to wear. It’s just like dressing up as a little girl in a flowy dress – there is something about a full skirt that just makes you want to twirl! But this season’s pleated skirts are much more grown up. The tailored accordion pleats give the skirt a classic and elegant vibe.