Dress: Wilfred Laurette dress
Bottom: H&M leggings
Shoes: RED Valentino velvet flocked booties (similar)
Bag: Anya Hindmarch Ebury bag
Scarf: With Wendy scarf
Rings: Etsy, Club Monaco and Oak + Fort
Lips: Sephora lip stain in "Always Red"
Something exciting happened two Wednesday's ago. After months of anticipation, we filmed my first YouTube video! I have been meaning to start a YouTube channel for a little while now and this is the perfect video to kick it off. To be honest, I never noticed how much sweat and work goes into creating a video until I witnessed it first-hand. We started our morning at 8:30AM and was on-the-go up until 11PM. Wendy and I were extremely lucky to have Chun and Gord from Stories Worth Sharing spare a day to film us around the city, even in the pouring rain. The vision that I had in my mind was to capture a video diary of my day, hours before and during #WMCFW.
Her Majesty's Pleasure was the one place I wanted to visit because it is a one-stop shop for everything a girl needs. It just made so much sense to come to a place located in the heart of King West near where Toronto Fashion Week was held. It's also the perfect destination for anything from a latte or oatmeal cookie, to a drink, manicure or even blowout. When we arrived at Fashion Week, there was already a clutter of people inside, but we still managed to make a few rounds inside and stop at the #PricelessSurprise booth before the Mackage show. The Mackage show itself was well-done. It was my second time seeing one of their shows at Fashion Week and they delivered another great collection. For their Fall/Winter collection, the models were dressed in pieces inspired by the Arctic cold Canadian weather. They strut down the faux iceberg runway in an abundance of blacks and bordeaux with furs, fringes and an obvious one - leather. We were exhausted by the end of the night, but it was totally worth it! (P.S. we also spotted Meaghan Markle sitting front-row...)
Once I'm all settled into my new place and figure out how the video function on my camera works, I will be sure to film some more style, tips and DIY videos so be sure to subscribe! Again, this video (and probably this channel) would have never been possible without the help of Chun and Gord for filming this and of course, Wendy for her beautiful edits! Don't forget to check out her video here.