Leslie and Gail were beyond excited about attending the Well Dressed for Spring Walk of Hope Fashion Show benefiting the Wellspring Cancer Support Foundation. Wellspring is a network of community based cancer support centres offering over 50 programs that help those diagnosed with cancer and their families. Their programs provide access to group support, coping skills and expressive therapies and many other services – all at no charge! Beverly Thomson was emcee and Lisa Tant, former editor of Flare magazine and now Vice President of Exclusive Services at Holt was
February is not only special because of Valentines Day it’s also important because it’s our girl Judy’s birthday month! Without question we had to meet up to celebrate with her and snap a few photos to commerate the occasion. We headed to Ferro Bar Cafe in the Yonge & Bathurst area – and this is what we wore: Judy’s Birthday Look Head fascinator: H&M (old); similar here // Clutch: Vintage from my mommy! // Shoes : Enzo Angiolini // Jumpsuit: ASOS (old); similar here // Necklace: eBay Leslie’s Look Coat: Zara // Top:
I am in love with this red cotton skirt from Eshakti. Not only is it comfortable and sassy but it has pockets! For those of you not in the know, Eshakti is an online boutique that caters to sizes 0 to 36. They even offer customization of their clothing! So, for my tall and willowy friends Eshakti can hook you up! Although this particular red skirt is sold out Eshakti has another beautiful option here. The beauty of this skrit is that it can be worn in so many ways!
Harlem restaurant played host to a Toronto Naturals Meet Up group event centered on whether the use of protective hair styling was a political statement or simply a style choice. The panelists leading the discussion included Monique London, Co-Founder of London Ivy Natural and Organic Products; Keina Morgan, Licensed Curly Hair Specialist; Janet Jackson, Creative Director/Owner of Jou Jou Hair Studio; Toni Daley, Vlogger, Jewelry Designer and Artist along with Vloggers and Natural Hair Enthusiasts, Nicky “Splinta24” and Natural Neiicy. From left to right: Monique London, Nicky “Splinta24”, Keina Morgan, Natural Neiicy, Janet Jackson & Toni
The little black dress, affectionately known as the LBD, is a wardrobe staple. From the office to a night out on the town an LBD will never let you down. Watch as we dress up our little black dresses to best suit our bodies and styles. Gail’s LBD Jacket: Beyond the Rack (old); similar: here // Dress: Target (old); similar: here // Necklace: Ebay // Clutch: Ebay // Shoes: Shoe Dazzle (old); similar: here, here and here Judy’s LBD Top: H&M // Skirt: Asos // Booties: Steve Madden Leslie’s LBD Dress: H&M (old); similar