?The Denim days Of Summer Casual Weekend look! Thought I’d share a fun Denim look for the up coming weekend. I like to think of it as the new and cuter take on the Canadian Tuxedo. I like this as […]
Assignment Fashion met up with a very Pregnant Kristi Gordon (Global’s Meteorologist) at Malene Grotrian’s boutique in down town Vancouver. This is Kristi’s first child and we couldn’t have been more honoured she chose us to pose with her beautiful bump […]
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.
What You Just Can##Q##t Do
A look more suited for a night out could seem too dressy midday, but paired with simple outerwear the look screams polished rather than party. The contrast of casual and formal is easy to play up with the rights accessories and accentuating touches.
In this outfit, the leather boots in dark neutrals ground the look, keeping it relaxed. The brown cuff detail adds interest, as does the curving edge. Surprising lines stand out, yet this is so subtle one might have to look twice to notice the decorative extra.