Spring Transition: Make-Up

This is the last in our Spring Transition series. Today we focus on Make-up, particularly waterproof as we continue to bring you products to help you get through the unpredictable weather of a Vancouver Spring/Summer Transition.


Smashbox Waterproof Shadow Liner Duo

For a wedding day look with a little more edge, this crease-proof eyeshadow and eyeliner duo is a must. Each compact features two harmonious cream-to-powder eyeshadows that can be worn on the lids as a shadow, drawn across the lashline as aliner or combined to create a smudgy, dimensional smoky eye.

Price: $25

Where to buy: ulta.com


Estée Lauder Double Wear Stay-in-Place Eye Pencils

Not only can this creamy eyeliner stand up to tears and sweat, it goes on super-smooth, sets in just 90 seconds and lasts for 12 hours.

Spring Transition : Vancouver style

Vancouver##Q##s transition from Spring to summer is anything but predictable, especially this year. With May having broken records for low temperatures and rain fall one must know how to dress to survive and stay comfortable. Growing up with an outdoorsy family I was always told that layering was key to being prepared as well as comfortable. Vancouver is mild in this transition period so there a two ways to style your outfit to ensure you remain stylish, warm and dry.


For the cold sensitive types

So for those are always cold and always complaining about it well we will take care of you first so you don##Q##t complain to us here at the site.

A Night on the Town!


A Night on the Town!


Assignment Fashion


On Saturday night, me & my girl Kelsey partied downtown Van, we had the time of our life! This is a picture of Kelsey, Joel & I at 100 nights (Opus Hotel). Kelsey is my longest and best friend in the whole world, I don##Q##t know what I would do without her. Joel is also one of my best friends, he was best friends with my first boyfriend, and we have been tight ever since! He is such a beauty, any girl would be so lucky to have him!

Increased Anticipation



An outfit of simple androgyny, this look is classic and uncomplicated. The look is made up basics, a set of muted essentials. As the only pattern in the outfit is the floral scarf, the all-over solid blacks and blues act as an effective canvas. The addition of floral in this boyish look creates a harmony of masculine and feminine. Tied as a bow, the touch of masculinity comes through.