Banana Republic Pinstripe One-Button Blazer
Banana Republic Pinstripe Slim-Straight Pants
Banana Republic Mini zip crossbody
Sophia Webster Jessica watermelon heels (Similar here)
Evernew white satin camisole (Similar here)
Leisure Society Antibes 18K gold brown glasses
It’s about time I finally post about Toronto Fashion Week. Two to three hours prior to going, I had decided to attend the event. Only for Day 4 and 5. Mentally thinking— TFW usually isn’t on my mind because of work and I thought it wasn’t possible to attend the shows in time. That’s when I learnt how to dress up for Fashion Week within 5 minutes.
Some people take weeks in advance to plan their outfits. Whether it’s cross-ordinating with their BF or boo. For me, I dug for the one suit I got in my closet to reduce time thinking about which top to go with what bottoms, then slipped on the funkiest and fun kicks I own to drive a bit of interest to my look. A suit really makes a nice quick fix for any big occasion. The minute you realize you only have 15 minutes including Ubering time during rush hour to David Pecaut Square before the first show you’re seeing— time is definitely of the essence. If you thought rush hour after work was bad… think about that traffic with the arrival of attendees of fashion week. To my point about dressing up in 5 minutes, it totally makes you feel like you’ve conquered the world in 5.
Here are some of my favourite snaps from Day 4 of my TFW journey…
Daniel Christian Tang
Where engineering and architecture meet together, using a 3D printer.
That cropped black denim jacket as a top at the end though…
Stacey McKenzie’s gorgeous purple coat. I don’t think I’ve ever desired a fur coat until now.