In two days, it will be the autumnal equinox falls, first day of fall. Summer passed so fast, like always. Good new is that fall is my favorite season, and it’s the best season for Fashion. It’s the layerings season, when you can wear your favorite dress with a pair of boots, pull out of your wardrobe your most comfortable scarf and your sweetest sweater. The fresh air, and colors are just so beautiful! Can you tell I love this season haha!
I’m finally leaving for my euro-trip this Thursday, two weeks vacation with my love, it will do so much good! Barcelona-Marrakesh-Essaouira and Lisbon, if you have suggestions of what to do, what to eat and where to shop, please leave me a comment!!
See you xx
You can follow my journey on Instagram & Snapchat @Isabelleht
I’m so in a vacay mood today, but unfortunately I’m not, but it’s Sunday and it’s sunny outside, so let’s just pretend!! This outfit will certainly be part of my luggage for my next trip. Layering is ideal for travelling, you can adapt during the day depending on the weather. I also love these Boston Birkenstock, ok, I have to agree that they’re really not for everyone. They’re chunky and not feminine, but comfortable, so who cares, I like them!
How beautiful is this park, (where we took the pictures) It’s near Atwater market and we go through it all the time when we do our jogging, but we never take the time to enjoy it. It’s lovely with all the different flowers and so relaxing with the signing of the birds. It’s one of the gem in my neighbourhood. Its name is also beautiful, Parc des Marchands-de-Bois, it’s on Rufus Rockhead, if you want to go take a look!
I’m back with the second part of my That 70s Show! In this part I want to talk to you about how you can integrate that trend without going full force, like I did in these pictures.
First there’s the key items:
Long Coat With Fur Collar
Wide Brim Hats
Mid Heeled Ankle & High Knee boots
Round Shape Sunnies
You see you have more than one option to try this trend without looking too “retro”. Want to try that flare comeback? Paired them with a plain white blouse and neutral platform heels. Only with the perfect satchel bag and a great pairs of round sunglasses you will rock that 70s show your own way! I added a Pantone colours palette at the end of the article that define the look, it can help you choose your pieces!
Yes, this is how I was feeling about myself, when I borrowed some ideas from the boys to get dressed this morning. It’s not necessarily men’s clothes, but sometimes just ideas that I get from them, or the way I wear my clothes. I mostly get inspired by old pictures of men at work from the 1920s, I can’t explain why, I just love the styles from this era.
On an other note, tomorrow is my last day at my current job, ayayay after ten years, it will be hard to say good-bye. I am an emotive person, and I cry for nothing so you can imagine how I will feel and look tomorrow in front of everyone haha!! I’m turning a page of my life, a beautiful chapter and I will keep in my heart all the memories that I collected over the years.
And because I want to finish this post on a happy note, you can laugh at this picture of me 😉
Since the weather like to play games with us here in Quebec, Montreal is surrounded by ice. After crazy cold, then rain and then crazy cold again, there’s nothing else to expect! Last Thursday the weather was not so bad, what I mean is that we had a not too cold minus 18 Cecilius! That kind of weather for us, is now considered okay hahaha! So, I could wear something else than my crazy warm Penfield jacket. I love it, but we have to face it, less fashionable!! I pulled out this old jacket wich I think will never get old, it’s a great classic. Every girl should have a great navy “nautical” look jacket in her wardrobe, it will never go out of style!
Hat: Brixton / Scarf: Fraas / Tee: Paris Market / Shirt: Obey / Jacket: Billabong / Tote: Herschel / Bag: Zara / Jeans: Zara / Boots: Zara /
Nothing better than a chunky sweater to keep us warm during the cold season. This one is vintage, it’s oversized the way I like them. I discovered an handmade knitwear collection on Instagram last week wich I fell in love with, I Love Mr. Mittens. You have to go take a look at her collection, from the chunky beanie to the perfect cable knit!!
Chunky Sweater: Vintage / Legging: Zara / Tank: Zara / Necklace: Top Shop / Hat: Brixton / Heels: Acne /
Let me introduce you to my new favorite hat, the Tiller Outback from Brixton! It kind of looks like an Amish hat, don’t you think haha, with it’s shape and the cord, it looks different and this is what I like about it! I don’t usually wear brown that much, it’s like I mixed all the brown I had in my closet in this outfit 😉 I’ll make this post short because I have tons of projects that I want to do this week-end! I will show you everything when I’m done xxx Enjoy your week-end!
P.S sorry if my pictures look like they were all taken at the same spot lately. Since the sun goes to bed earlier these days, I have to shoot pictures before going to work in the morning, sorry about that!
Hat: Brixton / Cardigan: Element Eden / Blazer: Vintage / Waxed denim: Zara / Denim Shirt: Vintage / Sneaker: Vans California /