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I’m so excited to be guest posting today over at Kira’s blog, Northern Style Exposure. If you’re already a fan of Kira’s, then I know you’ll agree with me when I say that she is the queen of layering and print mixing. If you haven’t checked her out yet, definitely head over and you too will fall in love with her amazing accessories and her really cool photography effects. Oh, and she has one of the best Instagram accounts in town!
I’m also really honoured to mention that the lovely Kelly from Olive Lane selected one of my outfits to feature on her Fashion Friday series. An Interior Designer and Blogger, Kelly created a beautiful mood board from one of my outfits. Thank you Kelly!
I hope you all have a great weekend!
All of you lovelies who follow along on Instagram have already seen these adorable Nine West kitten heels I picked up last week. The bow is the absolute perfect shape and the colour is a gorgeous midnight blue patent. I debated buying them in black also, but there were so many colourful pairs of shoes in the store that caught my eye. Instead, I bought the perfect pump in fire engine red patent, and a classic heel in the prettiest makes-me-want-Spring-now shade of green, coming soon to an Instagram near you!
This Club Monaco feather skirt is just so much fun to wear! Although I think I may sometimes push the boundaries of work appropriate attire, even I know that a feathered mini is not be the best option for the office. I wore this outfit to work last week but swapped out the feather skirt for a black circle skirt during the day, then switched to the feathers for some after work cocktails.
Thank you to everyone who has entered the Ciate Mini Mani Month Giveaway, and thank you for all of the wonderful nail polish recommendations. I’ll definitely be checking some of them out. Just a reminder that the contest is open until Monday!
As a child, I use to LOVE the Smurfs! I watched that cartoon all of the time, and Smurfette was obviously my favourite. I had nearly the entire collection of little collectible figurines (that I’m now kicking myself for not keeping), and would have so much fun playing with with my little brother. So, you can understand why my reaction to Justin calling me a Smurf in this outfit would be both positive and negative. He so gently stated that my blue socks made it appear like I had blue skin and therefore looked like I should be strolling through the Smurf Village instead of heading to the office. I would have been much more annoyed than I was if I could have just stopped myself from laughing so much. For the record, I liked this outfit, and not one other person at work that day called me a Smurf. I know this look isn’t for everyone but fashion is about having fun and taking risks, so that’s exactly what I did while staying true to my own style.