This woman has so many interesting pieces. Starting with accessories I am loving the dangling bits on her richly coloured scarf, the wool cap with the interesting flower detail, and the bag with sparklies; garment-wise that’s a fabulous buttercup yellow leather coat with wide-leg dark denim trousers. She chose the boots for walking comfort, visiting Vancouver from Kamloops, but they also look great in this ensemble.
A great look in a neutral palette. The soft, wide-leg pants, which are so wonderfully flowy, she bought at Anthropologie. Don’t they play well together with this unstructured coat? I like how even the large bag, supple and brown, amplifies the softness instead of weighing it down. The scarf pulls everything together. One could imagine that an artfully placed fan was blowing the fabrics as this woman strode across the square. This woman is a professor of business.
Bam, there was orange, and then when the person came into focus it was obvious that this ensemble is an extension of the woman, not just one stellar piece. Check out her orange earrings and that bright red top button on her jacket. In fact, the buttons on the jacket are all shapes and sizes but she added the top one herself. A brilliant touch. She said she feels great when she wears these linen pants and it shows. She is studying fine art at Emily Carr and is orginally from St. John’s.