I admit, I am a little behind on this one. And by “a little” I mean “severely.” In any case, I couldn’t ignore my belated find. I used to read Lucky Magazine a long, long time ago and then my readership sort of faded. It wasn’t until this past month that I signed up for a subscription, and even though it was August, a July issue appeared in my mailbox. Since I hadn’t seen it before, I diligently went through each page on my long car ride to Chicago.
Canadian brand Aritzia’s private line, Wilfred, has opened its first-ever boutique in Toronto! Featuring Wilfred, Wilfred Free and Le Fou by Wilfred, the shop blends structure with flow, the office with the wilderness. Since the city is more than a hop, skip or jump away from me, I’m still waiting on the day when these pieces are available via the interwebs.
Considering that a music awards show is a perfect opportunity to celebrate both music and fashion, I probably should have been glued to my TV during the MTV VMAs. I wasn’t around for it, but at least I had the internet to rehash it for me: Selena Gomez killed it in her vixen/gothic/lacy/damsel number, ridiculously long nails were a thing (I prefer short and sweet), and a lot of celebs seemed to be wearing black, grey or metallics.
Ahh, who loves Anthropologie? [All hands raise]. With it’s culturally-rich, eclectic style, it’s no wonder Anthro pleases so many palates. It’s only fitting that the store’s private label Pilcro is this delectable. I have a pair of Pilcro skinnies in blush that feel amazing, and they are awesome rolled up for the hotter months. Before this, I might have never even thought to wear blush colored denim, but Pilcro, you make me a better woman.
One of my best friends is getting married rather soonish, so the bachelorette party is this weekend. Since I know most of the girls attending, a few of them have asked me what appropriate gifts would be.