West Coast Chic
The way I would describe Toronto fashion and stye is ‘West Coast Chic’ – it has a casual foundation gives homage to sporting and casual wear, yet sharpened by tailored outerwear, leather pieces and a mute colour palette. Something like a matured hipster.
Bringing Toronto street style back to London
This look is part of my New Year, back to work style. Inspired by my time in ‘Trono’ 🇨🇦 and includes a neutral palette, winter warming accessories and a splash of bright red.
Caught me on my lunch run and inbetwen meetings so no time to pose #onetake. But here I am, living proof that this is a lovely colour combination for both winter and work. Had an internal meeting today about 'personal branding' – and it's not just for bloggers. ___ How we appear and carry ourselves in around the office has an effect on how see you and opportunities you'll be considered for. When it comes to style, know your weaknesses and WERK your strengths! ___ My style is: * The Casual Minimalist with Colour * OR Tailoured Patterns and Print WHAT'S YOURS? ___ What I'm wearing 👇🏾 ___ Grey Patch Scarf: @rootscanada Red Cashmere Scarf: @jaegerofficial Dark Grey Granule Fleece: @hm Grey Patterned Skirt: Studio Point via @winners Grey Velvet Patch Clutch Bag: @MadisonWest_Bags via @winners