As mentioned in my last post ( click here ), I am obsessed with maxi skirts this season. And like I said, they are very comfortable. Solid coloured maxi skirts are the most versatile because you can pretty much pair it with anything whether it be a printed top or not. As long as both pieces complement each other. For this outfit, I found the perfect tie dye maxi skirt. What drew me into purchasing this was because of a tie dye cardigan from Urban Outfitters that I've been eye-ing for quite a while now. I didn't care on how much the skirt was. It must be a part of my wardrobe and it was definitely worth it.
If you have been reading my blog, you've most likely read my "declaration" of not shopping until the end of April. cough click here cough. That didn't go so well . . .
This season, I've been really into prints. Especially stripes and tie dyes. They add a little character to any outfit.
FRENCH MACARONS, at last!
After twenty years of existence, I finally had the chance to try what everyone has been going crazy about.
So I was walking along Queen St W after my volunteer work and a friend of mine mentioned that the macarons place is nearby. Of course, I got all excited like a little child because I've never tried it before. The place is called Nadège Patisserie, beside Trinity Bellwoods Park a few blocks east of Queen St/Ossington.
This week has been a total nightmare. Non-stop rain. Cloudy skies. Freezing weather. Although May is right around the corner, winter hasn't left us for good yet. Canada has surprised us again last Thursday with a snow day. Very unexpected. Very frustrating. I thought I could pack away those heavy winter coats and welcome lighter jackets and cardigans into my closet. Guess that wouldn't happen for a while just yet.