Striped Linen Midi Dress: Free People | White Puff Sleeve Crop Top: Zara | Linen Trousers: Zara (similar)| White Leather Belt: Vintage | Opal Double Necklace: Gem&Co (use code “VICTORIAL20” for 20% off!) | Linen Ruffle Minidress: Reformation Kelsey Dress | Crescent Moon Necklace: Gem&Co (use code “VICTORIAL20” for 20% off!) Continue reading “Summer 2018 Linen Lookbook”
Maxi Dress: Urban Outfitters (on sale!) | Sunnies: Nordstrom | Crescent Moon Necklace: Gem&Co (use code VICTORIAL20 for 20% off your order!)
Continue reading “in the sun i feel as one | “boyfriend styles me” challenge”
Maxi Dress: Spell & The Gypsy Collective Sayulita Frill Dress| Sandals: Urban Outfitters
We’re full-fledged into summer and one of my favourite things about this time of year is all the fun and colourful tie-dye that we get to wear! I mean, you could obviously wear tie-dye year round, but there’s just something about the idea of reminiscing upon those summer camp days as kids when we used to tie-dye our own t-shirts, that it just makes sense that it’s a summer staple.
To help you guys incorporate some tie-dye into your summer wardrobe, I’ve stocked the SFMW Vintage shop with a few beautiful tie-dye dresses! As always, each piece has been carefully hand selected by myself, and they are pieces that I truly love and actually would love to keep for myself.
The purple dress that I am wearing above has the most beautiful print and vibrant colours. I adore how the purple is mixed with a bright turquoise as well as a more muted yellow colour. The dress itself kind of looks like a two piece set (and y’all know my obsession with those ATM), and the high waist and length hit at the most flattering points on the body. Finished with buttons at the front and a tie waist in the back to ensure the best fit, this dress would be so beautiful to wear with some mules or sandals to chill outside on a patio with friends!
Next up we have this gorgeous green tie dye maxi dress. Similar to the purple one, this dress also has buttons along the top at the front. Accompanying the tie-dye pattern, this dress also has mandalas and suns printed all over! This one is more breezy with the spaghetti straps, making it perfect to stroll along the beach front while sinking your toes into the sand.
The final dress that I’m wearing above is this pink tie-dye dress with a large floral pattern. I think this dress is so pretty and if you’re more on the girly side, you’ll love the colours and pattern of this one. The hem and part of the front of the dress also has embroidery running through it, making the details on this dress all the more exquisite. The best part about this dress is that it’s super flowy, making it a free size dress, so it will fit pretty much anyone! This is literally one of those throw on and go type dresses, perfect for when you want an effortless look, or even as a beach cover up! Throw on over your bikini and you’re good to go!
I hope you guys love the new pieces, and make sure to click HERE for a direct link to shop all pieces currently available in my shop! If tie-dye’s not quite your thing, I’ve also added tons of other NEW summer pieces like floral dresses, gingham, vintage slips, and pretty blouses! I’ll also be adding more pieces for you guys to shop throughout the summer. Happy Shopping!
It’s time to celebrate the first official long weekend of the summer! If you’re in Canada, you’re celebrating Canada Day this weekend, and if you’re in America, you’ll be celebrating the 4th of July in only a few days. So of course this week, I thought it would be fun to put together a little Canada Day/4th of July lookbook. These are just ideas of what I would wear to celebrate the holiday depending on the activity/where I’m going. And in case you’re wondering, this year for the Canada Day long weekend, I’ll be heading up to Algonquin Park for a few days of good ole’ camping. Hiking trails, beach days, bonfires, and BBQs, I’m comin’ for ya!
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I’m SO excited for this week’s blog post because if you know me, you know that I pretty much live for music festivals! Music festivals combine the two things I love most (and pretty much what my blog is all about) – music and fashion, in the most laid-back and fun environment. There’s something for everyone at a music festival, whether it be the music, food, fashion, or just the good ole company. Now I know I might be a bit late since quite a few music festivals have already happened this year, but better late than never right? When Coachella took place back in April, I wrote a blog post sharing a few of my festival tips (read it HERE!), and I also promised a full festival lookbook, so this is what you’re getting this week! Below are three festival ready looks that I’ll be rocking at Osheaga Music Festival in August this year. I’ll be breaking down each look plus giving you some tips at the end on what to wear and pack so you can stay comfy all weekend long. Remember, music festivals are all about having fun with your friends while seeing your favourite bands perform, so these outfits are styled with that in mind.
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Off-shoulder Top: Spell Gypsy | Skirt: Spell Gypsy | Mules: Steve Madden (similar) Continue reading “i fought the current running just the way you would”
Maxi Dress: Free People (similar) | Sunglasses: Nordstrom Continue reading “when the rain washes you clean, you’ll know”