{ Wearing: H&M men’s sweater & aviators, Twik denim (c/o Simons.ca), Nine West sandals (old), vintage Pierre Cardin purse, Fossil watch, leather wrap bracelet purchased from a street vendor in SoHo, NYC, leather cap from the House of Leather (found right next to a darling pair of chaps… }

On Sunday the weekend of leisure continued! My boyfriend and I met friends for brunch at the Granville Island market where we later strolled around, casually taking in all the sights – a rarity for the average Sunday. Generally there are things to do and places to be, but this Sunday was so wonderfully relaxing. The rest of our afternoon was spent getting lost in Chapters, perusing through all the books. I found a coffee table book to covet, the Jean Paul Gaultier book – see this gorgeous beaded dress I snapped from the pages.

Today there are only 9 days until the H&M Gets StyleStruck event on April 19th! I’m so excited for the evening, and I hope to see you there! Please RVSP to rsvp.ca@hm.com for your 20% discount off the regular collection and to get your name on the list!

 

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6 Responses to CITRUS & CHARCOAL

  1. Regina says:

    So stylish, Olivia! You have good taste in clothes! & it’s wonderful color combination!

  2. Harjit says:

    The orange pants pull this look together in such a fresh way, I admit I can be a bit shy when it comes to bright colors but I’m trying. The sweater I love…is it wool as I’m sensitive and may find it itchy.

  3. Sanaz says:

    I bought a pair with the exact same colour and have received complements every time I’ve worn it:)

  4. That hat is my hidden treasure…I must find one! I also am pining for that sweater, it is gorgeous!

    xx,
    alex | http://www.imalittle.com | @lexniko

  5. Ewa says:

    I love your orange pants ;-) Very Good Setting grey with orange, this look in my opinion is much more better than the previous one, where you look a bit like in doctor’s gown.

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