Thursday, 28 December 2017


With all of the Christmas music playing everywhere, the twinkle lights and eggnog lattes, I still have all of the Christmas feels. With the cold weather, I've been wearing all of my wool coats and this white one from Zara has been on heavy rotation this December!

Most of the time, we tend to wear dark colours in the winter time here in Canada. We are constantly having to care for our clothes from snow, salt, sleet, slush and the list goes on and on. There's something so refreshing about wearing light colours in the Winter though so I try to wear light colours as much as possible to break away from my usual go-tos. Here's one of my favourite looks so far.


Although my style is pretty casual most of the time, I've been wearing OTK boots for date nights, holiday parties or meeting up with friends after work. If you've been thinking about getting a pair of OTK boots, I have reviewed the Stuart Weitzman highland boots here. They're an investment but they're versatile and can be dressed up or down throughout the Fall/Winter months.


This grey sweater is lightweight but extremely warm. Like I mentioned on my IG post, it's so warm and soft that I had to go back and get the same one in black. Turtleneck sweaters are a perfect classic staple for colder months. I promise you, they'll never go out of style! This one has braided detailing on the sleeves and neck, adding texture to my all-neutral look.



This year, I had to add a pompom hat. I searched for about a month for the perfect beanie because some of them end up being too big and some of stretch (not a cute look!). I finally found the shade I had been looking for and it's the softest material. This one is from Roots and is under $50! I always get tons of questions about it so I'm glad I waited it out until I found exactly what I had been looking for! Not only is it currently my favourite beanie, but it's also a Canadian brand! I have listed all of the details below.



Coat: Zara | Jeans: Banana Republic | Boots: Stuart Weitzman | Beanie: Roots

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