"Some think comfort and style are mutually exclusive, or as rare as a two-headed goat. I prefer to marry the two daily, like a Justice of the Peace for fashion. Similarly, there are those who think that as soon as you make the switch from iced to hot coffee, it’s game over for colour, and you need to dress like an Italian Nonna in mourning. I’m here to tell you that pink is more than the title of a salacious Aerosmith song; it’s a lifestyle."
"If you’re a 90’s baby like I am, then you had at least one pair of overalls during your childhood and I love that these give a bold and cheeky twist to a classic wardrobe staple. As a tall and curvy individual, it is serendipitous to find a garment that is not only a statement but also a comfortable and versatile part of my wardrobe. The Thank You overalls are truly my most worn HE garment; just pair these overalls with a turtleneck and some Docs and you too can be a 90’s dreamboat!"
"When the mercury starts to drop, so does my natural ability to give af about what I'm wearing because really I just want to be cozy. So, this means I push myself to try a ~little~ bit harder when dressing, hence the colour / print clashing of the top and jacket here. I'm wearing my FAV Universal Standard bootcut jeans, and Docs I basically have been wearing every day of late so I can stay in my comfort zone at least a little bit. I love our long line blazers because they're genuinely practical in their comfort and warmth, but also make a statement."
"A matching set always makes me feel put together, plus it's a no-brainer outfit which is key when you're a morning grump like me. I layered a coat over my jacket for warmth, I have no tolerance for the cold and to be honest I could have also used a scarf this day! Platform boots finish off any outfit with the ultimate accessory, the illusion of legs that are 7 inches longer."
"Layering in colder weather is my favourite aspect of fall fashion, and I feel like its really easy to get away with being overly comfortable as well. I paired the Mushroom Cola Bottle Drawstring trousers with a dressy monk strap shoe so that the overall look appeared more formal. This oversized upcycled military blanket cardigan/jacket from Toronto label "Neoteny Apparel" creates a nice juxtaposition to the bottom half of my body, and my No Fun Press "Anti-You" beanie displays how much I despise cold weather."