Saturday, July 18, 2015

Toronto Fashion District


Sunday was such a relaxing day spent strolling the streets of my city.  Our first stop was a quick one in Korea town.  I told myself before that one day I would want to walk into all the tiny little boutiques to see what they had to offer.  There are always so many vibrant streets in the big city that I drive past all the time, but am never able to stop and smell the roses.  That statement still stands true because Korea town wasn't the destination we had in mind that afternoon.  My mom just had to pick up a few things from one of those all organic and natural shops.  I wish I took more pictures that day so you guys could see all the cute window displays and such, but I guess I just got carried away by them myself.


We ended up treating ourselves to a banana and strawberry smoothie; though I think I could make one just as good to be honest.  And once again, I forgot to snap a picture!  One of the things I want to accomplish this summer is to check out all the boutiques in Korea town.  I think it's the city life that excites me.  So it's safe to say that although when I was younger I always wanted to raise animals on a farm, I don't see myself doing that in the future.  AT ALL.  Perhaps a puppy will satisfy the need.


Eventually we made our way to the fashion district.  There were definitely more tourists than usual.  Probably because of the Pan Am's.  I just love listening to foreign people talk.  Anyway, seeing all those designer stores gives me a certain high.  I know some of my friends hate window shopping because it just brakes their heart that they can't buy any of it.  I on the other hand love it!  Of course it isn't as satisfying as making a purchase, but I do enjoy it nevertheless.  It's very motivating and inspiring seeing the stuff you could buy in the future and makes me want to work harder for it.  I'm actually on the hunt for a part time job at the moment but I'll have to update you guys on that in another post.

We also made a stop at an ice cream parlour called Summer's.  I believe they're a very famous one too because there was a wall of celebrities that visited them.  Not the location I went to, but probably in the states.


My top is by the brand Rebel Sugar, which I got at Winner's.  I believe it was $8.  My Skirt is by Rag & Bone and from Urban Outfitters.  I got it on sale for $10!  My belt was actually my favourite part of the outfit.  I thrifted it Saturday and had to style it the next day.  I really gives me those Roman vibes that are going to be huge in the fall/winter seasons I believe.  It was $2.99!  And guess what?!  I'm not wearing my American Eagle sandals!  I'm actually wearing a pair of shoes by the brand G.H. Bass & Co.  My bag is from Danier Leather.  And my sunnies were gifted and are from Ardene.

20 comments:

  1. Such a cute Look!
    xoxo Lynda
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  2. I've always wanted to try one of those sprinkle cones, they look so good! Also that outfit is adorable :*

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  3. Great outfit! love that belt!

    XX

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    1. Yes the belt is to die for! Thanks Value Village haha!

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  4. Lovely pictures!
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  7. Love it Soph! You look so pretty! I really need to visit the fashion district up there

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    1. Totally! I mean at the moment there's lots of construction going on because of development but it's a really gorgeous place to stroll and admire all the designer brands haha

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  8. Great pics! And your outfit looks gorgeous on you.
    Good vibes Fox
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    1. Thank you Rochelle for your kind words xx

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  9. This is such a great look. I really like how you captured some of the culture of Toronto in these photos!

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    1. Thank you Katie! It means a lot coming from you!

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  10. I like this and am in love with the culture out there!

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  11. Love the red skirt, so pretty xx

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