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HOME TOUR: UPDATED

Welcome to my home – AGAIN! I have been busting to share these photos with everyone! Last February I teamed up for the second time with Tracey Ayton to bring you my latest home tour! The decor ...

Back to black

Oak + Fort tee | Forever 21 jeans | Evernew boots | TopShop sunglasses | Kitsch Place rings | Lia Sophia necklace Currently listening to: Panama – Always HUZZAH! This is the last outfit post bef ...

FEATURED: Van City Vogue

Remember that shoot I did a couple of months back for Van City Vogue? Well, it’s up! I’m pretty amped to share this one with everyone because it highlights some of my favourite spots in my ...

As casual as it gets

Lifetime Collective tee | Zara shorts | Aritzia jacket | Native Apollo sneakers | Madewell bracelets Currently listening to: Shakey Graves – Roll The Bones - Photos by Sarah Boland.

Whitney Krutzfeldt Bathtub Series

My dear friend Whitney Krutzfeldt is one of the most talented photographers I know. We first shot together back when I started I See Noise about 3 years ago. She shot my first major editorial for ISN ...

Leaving it to the stars

Zara tank | Club Monaco jacket | Aritzia coulottes | Dotti sandals | Topshop sunglasses | Kitsch Place rings | Madewell bracelets Currently listening to: Tycho – Apogee This post has been a long ...

GIVEAWAY: I See Noise x Keltie Leanne Designs

Happy April 1st everyone! I’m not really an April Fool’s kinda gal so instead of playing some tricks I’m offering up some prizes! I’ve teamed my I See Noise Prints up with Kelt ...



Monthly Archives: April 2015

Alberta Bound

Lyndsey and I are headed on a West Jet plane to *drum roll*…. EDMONTON ALBERTA!! Craziest vaca ever! We’re leaving for my friend Kristen’s wedding on Saturday and I couldn’t be more excited for her and Issaac, they’re the cutest hipster couple ever.

So, I don’t have much to say. Enjoy your long weekend and I’ll be back on Monday!

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All Saints Appreciation

During my day trip to Seattle last Thursday I was delighted when I got a chance to go into my first All Saints shop. Although I’ve been a fan of the brand since discovering it in 2005 I haven’t yet been into an actual boutique. I’m not typically stunned by visual displays but more so fall in love with concepts. From the vintage sewing machines surrounding the floor to ceiling windows and spot lights hovering the entire space I was in awe. Shelving and table designs were in the shape of old machines I assume used to create the clothes. The concept was magnificant and gave me some insight into how each piece would be made, I appreciated the brand on a whole different level.

Naturally, I hopped onto the official site to find some images and videos and am thrilled with what I have to share with you! Here are a few videos on how the Fall Cossak boot, Python embellishments and the anaconda themed print is created. I wish more companies would put out creative videos like these ones. Most of us are ignorant with items are made, the inspiration and thought process behind them, and why they cost the amount they do. I don’t know about you guys, but I’m tired of hearing someone say “I can make that in my basement”.

 

All videos taken from www.us.allsaints.com

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My style vs the seasons

When Rachel Zoe came to Vancouver a few weeks ago she said something that stuck with me. “If I could be just a Fall designer, I would!” I love shopping for and wearing fall and winter pieces. It’s something about the layers, deep warm colors and being cozy and covered up that is dear to my heart. It reminds me of the holiday season and being comfortable when it’s cold outside. I don’t know if it’s because I live in a colder city that I’ve learned to appreciate it or would I still if I lived anywhere else? It appears my fashion hero RZ loves it the same way I do!

Unfortunately in Vancouver we really only get 1.5 months of an actual Summer (if that) so shopping for Summer season clothing isn’t exactly a priority in my wardrobe. I like to make sure I own the basics in terms of tees, tanks and shorts and use them as everyday uniforms. Then I add in the random trend (sheer skirts, pastel colors, etc.). In my opinion, the summer trends don’t last as long as the fall trends so I bet my money on fall clothes.

Club Monaco pants, sweater, bag and ring | H&M vest | Aldo shoes | GUESS mens watch | Charles & Grace necklace | L.A. Girl Disco Brites “Dance Craze” polish

The other day we had a more chill day and I could feel the fall creeping upon us. It really is less than 1 month until that day arrives and I hate that I’m thinking about it already because I should be enjoying the sun and heat.

I whipped out some of my favorite Spring, Summer and Fall items and mashed them all into one outfit. This day was a bit hard to dress for, it was Cee’s going away dinner (bye Cee we’ll miss you! Enjoy Paris!). I live 1 hour away from the restaurant and it was gloomy where I live with a chill in the air, sunny at my destination and I wasn’t sure if it was warm or cold in the restaurant. I wore a lighter pant that I would be comfy in no matter what the temperature. Added on a lightweight wool sweater for warmth and my summer denim vest for a detail and color.

Photos by Leonie.

Courtesy of the best night in Vancouver at Killjoy on Saturday, the ultimate beat that I’m currently listening to: Tiny Dancer – Deadmau5 remix feat. Marco Demark and Casey Barnes.

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