Top to toe in black and white with bubblegum accents on a bag she bought in London. This Vancouverite is originally from Surrey, England, and I caught her walking with her daughter near this striped wall, which is one of my favourite downtown walls. She looked so sophisticated and fresh in this two-tone ensemble. I especially love her wide-brimmed hat and those fabulous lace-up ankle boots.
What a great sweater, and she knit it herself. She had a pattern but she has made it uniquely her own with this choice of yarn and her pairing with the fantastic dark-denim-blue skirt (note the colour detailing around the hem), the pastel indigo leggings, and these buckled Fluevog ankle boots in dusty plum and blue. Originally from England, this woman now calls Vancouver home.
I asked this woman about her style and she said with kids a priority is to keep dressing quick and simple – I love her definition when it means wearing a gorgeous, interesting, linen-looking tie skirt with these layered black tops. Even the simple hairstyle looks good on her. This woman is from Salt Spring Island. This look proves that it’s just as easy to throw on a fabulous outfit as it is to schlep into sweatpants and a T-shirt – same energy in, same energy out, but the result? Here you have it.