The sun is out and the temperature is rising! We can’t wait to show you our finds for your patio weather worthy wardrobe this summer.
Top: Rails Hunter Plaid $215 | Tank: Cest Moi Bamboo Scoop $30 | Denim: Sanctuary Robbie High Release Ankle $149 | Necklace: Melanie Auld Teardrop Pendant $120 | Watch: Olivia Burton $199 | Shoes: Circus by Sam Edelman Ashton Sandal in Denim $105
Regardless of the decade or time of year, no can get enough of ivory, ecru and cream. Although white may not be the friendliest of colours to keep clean, it is the friendliest of colours to build a summer wardrobe around. Khaki and white, cream and blush pink – what fantastic combos for sunny days and BBQ weather.
This outfit brings beautiful attention to a gorgeous pair of legs and highlights the pastel blue in this classic plaid Rails. Not to mention, white jeans paired with a dark denim sandal might just be the most perfect way to rock denim on denim this summer. The presence of white and absence of pigment goes a long way to make your tan a bit darker and your outfits a bit brighter.
Romper: Heartloom Malena $164 | Necklace: CW Jewelry Hematite Choker $45 | Purse: Matt & Nat Scartlett Vintage Crossbody in Glass $151 | Shoes: Emu Fringe Nutbush Sandal $172
Hot summer nights with friends just got a whole lot cooler with this boho printed Heartloom romper. It’s comfy and chic making it a perfect option for a night out in the summer heat. We’ve taken it up a notch with our Emu fringe heels and some CW Jewelry for that extra bit of glam. A perfect get-up for an outdoor concert or a night of dancing with your gals.
A huge thank you to Patrycia for her stunning personality and equally stunning beauty, it was a pleasure to have her model for us this week. If you would like to learn more about Patrycia and what she does, please read below :).
"Patrycia works in the Law Enforcement Oversight Branch of the Government of Alberta Justice and Solicitor General. Patrycia was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) in 2012. She is one of an estimated 100,000 Canadians living with this autoimmune disease that affects the nervous system (brain and spinal cord) in many ways. Ever since her diagnosis, Patrycia chooses to fight MS by remaining active, volunteering and advocating for those with MS. The MS Bike Tour and has been a big part of her fight every year since diagnosis, first as a participant and now spokesperson for the Leduc to Camrose tour."