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Hat On

Almost 3 years since I bought it, I took my wide brim hat out for brunch with my hubby. Although I wore it before for an ODJ it never made another appearance and since its the biggest fall trend, it seems everyone is taking a turn at the hat trend.

I have a few tips to make it more conventional and easy to wear.
1. Wear it with straight hair. I would even recommend it for next day “dirty hair” cover up. I wore mine with my natural curly hair and though it fit great, my hair seemed to keep pushing it off.
2. Keep the outfit simple. I have seen it worn with pretty much anything and to be honest as long as you feel confident wear it, but I feel it’s best paired with a pair of jeans, tee and a biker jacket.
3. Location! Hats are great as an accessory but remember windy days spent outside or a date at the movies might not be suitable.


Masker Aide

I have to confess my beauty regiment is none existing at the moment. I make sure to wash my face when I get home after work and always wash my face before bed. And there is always the “I am so exhausted this is quicker” exception when I use face wipes.

So when I was asked to test out Masker Aide masks I was excited.

I did a little company research and was thrilled that they are doing great things for both skin & nature (not tested on animals, all natural products and all organic!) so I choose 3 types of masks from their line of face masks and the results were impressive!

You can shop the mask and try them out for your self by visiting





Joe Fresh Top & Midi Skirt, DSW booties, MAC “TWIG”

The leaves are changing and the colours are magnificent. Shades of yellow, red & orange, I had to incorporate them into my #odj look. Although this look was what I pulled together for my family Thanksgiving dinner I look forward to styling this midi length with runners and a throw scarf.

Photography: B Nammari


My Week



This seasons must-have boot is a bootie. I have to admit, it’s always been an in season shoe but this year it’s been highly highlighted and can be easily dressed up or down, ie: great paired with a boyfriend jean and a heavy knit sweater. I recently bought a pair from DSW and loved their selection. I went with a work friendly kitten heal and a textured (elastic and leather) contrast look to keep it stylish.
Here are a few styles I like.
~ Images via Instagram & my own ~

Blog, Outfits


Danier Leather Jacket, Zara Dress, Valentino Heels, MAC “Ruby Woo”, DSW bag, Gifted necklace

To celebration our wedding anniversary, for dinner I wore a trumpet style dress paired with Valentino heels & my go to leather jacket.
I love the texture & fit of this Zara dress and have found my self always reaching for it.
What are your thoughts on the look?