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OOTD: Classic Mosaic

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I know what your thinking, back to back post in one week? Yeah! I know! I just have so many things to share with you I got so excited! Now lately I have been feeling really down because the weather here in Toronto is starting to cool down. This means summer is coming to an end!!! I am just as sad as you are! I had to pull out some of my cardigans and light spring jackets. I know what your thinking, I cried a little too. For some reason, summer in Toronto this year has definitely not been like the rest. There was hardly any humidity, and way too much wind and rain. Nevertheless, fashion still continues!

I don’t know about you, but I am all about different art pieces across the city. Every major city has gorgeous art pieces and sometimes we over look them because of all the tall skyscrapers or city street acts that are going on. This wall caught my eye in a second. I love colourful things and if its fun, beautiful, and bright, then you have my attention. Why else would I be so attracted to Gavin (For those of you who unaware, its my boyfriend 🙂 )!?

This dress that I am styling here is a classic and timeless piece. I love the collard detailing and the pleated skirt. I purchased this dress in a little boutique in Boston called Stone Flower a few years back on our family road trip. Unfortunately you can’t order their dresses online but they do have the cutest accessories for you to purchase! 🙂 Each of the dresses in this store were hand made and the sizes were one-size-fits-all. All these pieces were unique and very elegant looking with a touch of a girly vibe to them.





As I get older, my style has become a lot more elegant, girly, and conservative in stateful way. Has your style evolved throughout the years? If so, whats your style? 🙂

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  • Jenna Morton
    September 3, 2017 at 8:45 pm

    Such a classic looks girl!! Love it!

    • Maria Leucia
      September 3, 2017 at 9:20 pm

      thanks Jenna! 🙂