Sometimes. Occasionally. Once in a while. From time to time, I can class it up a bit. You know pretend that I’ve got a touch of the lady in me. I went to a film premiere and decided that this night I would do just that. I also decided to do this because before the film a new trailer of another film I’m in that’s in post-production would be revealed. And in this film I play one half of a swinging couple….so I thought I should at least be a lady in person for a bit…since on screen. Well, let’s just say there was a moment I was certainly blushing. Thank goodness it’s dark in the theatre!
The link up was a bit of a failure. I think that means you guys just want some inspiration. Which is totally cool with me! So I’m going to continue breaking fashion rules, and if you’d like to join me leave your link in the comments and I’ll be sure to check them out. ‘Cause I love seeing what you do too.
Next week I’m breaking a rule from the 50’s that said you should never wear high heels with cropped pants. Apparently the connotation was that you were more than a bit promiscuous. So I’m breakin’ that rule next week before it gets too cold to do so.
Can’t it be spring already?
Bright colors are so hot for winter. They’re no longer reserved just for Spring and Summer, and I’m so thankful because, as you can tell, I can’t resist a bold splash of color in the middle of a grey and cold February. I think what I like most about it is that it’s unexpected. Not many expect to see such bright colors especially in downtown Toronto in a business district. I know I turned a few heads because of that, but hopefully I brought at least a smile to one.
|Top – UO; Skirt – c/o Emerging Thoughts; Leggings & Silver ring – F21; Boots – Feet First; Bicycle ring – Spotted Moth.|
Over the weekend I shot a fabulous character called ‘Nadia Burkoff’ – sex therapist, life coach and beauty queen. This is a hilarious character created by a dear friend of mine, and one of my newest exciting projects. So far, I’ve shot the promotion shoot *you can see some pictures here* and done a brief interview about Nadia’s new book. But as I’ve taken on the role of producer/director for this burgeoning series, I’ve got a lot more insanity and hilarity planned for the future. In the meantime, I appreciate you checking out the video of the interview, as well some of the promo shots. Thanks!
|Skirt – c/o Emerging Thoughts; Top – hand me down; Cardi – Tulle from Ruche; Hair Bow – Ruche; Belt – F21; Tights – Hue; Boots – Locale.|
Have you guys checked out Emerging Thoughts? This store has some seriously cool stuff there like this Tapestry Coat that I’m totally drooling over, or the Reality Bites Dress! I want that dress just because it reminds me of the seminal film of my youth, you know what I’m talking about all you Ethan Hawke fans. And for all us Canadian shoppers, they have really affordable shipping. Bonus!
When I got this Uncle Phuncle skirt in the mail I was so excited to wear it because it has so many wonderful elements working for it. It’s a clean simple grey color *and you know, that’s my ‘black’* it has a cute little bow, but it’s not too big, and it has a bit of a pouf but again, just the right amount. Actually, that’s the first two things people said about – that it’s classic and poufy but just the right amount. I have to say that I’m a big fan. My suggestion? Hop your butts over to Emerging Thoughts and get yourself some of their sweet stuff.
Oh and what do you think of the animation? It’s the first time I’ve used it, and it won’t become a regular feature, but for some reason it felt appropriate for the two photos used. It was just a crazy photo taking moment with the wild wind and Baby chatting away, some movement had to be involved in this post!