C.N.E.

Yesterday, I headed downtown to the C.N.E., an annual summer tradition for Toronto and my family. My sister and I had some fun enjoying Korean tacos, shopping the booths at the crafts building and running around the famous midway. I wore a colourful cotton dress by Necessary Objects to suit the midway’s pastel cotton candy, bright lights and neon stuffed…
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What It’s Really Like To Go Gluten-Free – My Take

Last week, one of my favourite websites, Refinery29, published an article featuring the perspectives of some young women who went gluten-free. I thought I’d share my take on g-free living by filling out their survey and why I chose this lifestyle. Are you completely¬†gluten-free? Yes. I am very strict since I was diagnosed as a celiac. If I slip up,…
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Video: Givenchy & Guerlain Beauty Review

I tested out a couple products c/o my internship at 29secrets. Here’s my take on some upscale French products. My top pick? Givenchy Noir Couture 4-in-1 mascara. I love the wand, the formula feels more silky and natural, but I don’t love the hefty pricetag of $35. After using the Guerlain Vol de Nuit shimmer powder, I’m starting to love…
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Styld.by LOOKBOOK Gap Event in Toronto

This week, I attended the Styld.by LOOKBOOK event at the Gap, along with a bunch of other Toronto-based bloggers and members of Lookbook.nu. The site has been an amazing community to meet people (and make friends when you’re living in a strange country), and I was so happy to meet passionate fashion people from my hometown! The event was to…
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Tangerine in Toronto

On Monday, I spent the whole day walking. From Union station, through the Distillery District, all the way along Toronto’s waterfront to the Beaches. It was an incredible trek through so many neighbourhoods, and it was so interesting to see how they transition into each other. At times, things would slowly lead into new areas like in the boho Queen…
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