Memories of Fall: Last of the Leaves
These photoset was taken as our Fall Season craziness was ending at work, and things were winding down for winter hibernation. It’s also when I decided to bust out this tweed blazer, which hasn’t really gotten a lot of play this winter. I should dig it out again….
Today’s Photographer: Sam, who captured the sun just perfectly.
Memories of Fall: Selfie Success
You have to admit that, despite the fact that they’re all selfies, the photos in this post turned out pretty good. The things you can accomplish with a decent camera and a miniature tripod are endless. Or I suppose they’re not endless, but they are pretty cool. I like the mixture of texture and pattern in this outfit. And more than ever, looking at this just makes me long for fall weather once again.
Today’s Photographer: Me.
Memories of Fall: Shades of Red
When you work in a building with all red doors, it’s pretty easy to make a comparison like this. Add a red bag, red laces, wine-coloured stripe on a cardigan and you’re set. Shades of red it is…
Today’s Photographer: Sam? I think…
Memories of Fall: Briefly Home
This post is my first in a while, but I’ve still got files full of fall photos to get up here, so I will continue with “Memories of Fall”… the series that makes us all wish for an end to winter.
This outfit marked the first foray for my Christmas sweater—which is really just the best. I’ve been making great use of it throughout the winter.
Today’s Photographer: My mom… yep, actually.
I’m heading to New York on Friday morning, looking to eat some great food, drink some great wine, and see some great theatre (namely Sleep No More). But I’m also looking to do some great vintage shopping while I’m there.
I’d love to hear your recommendations! Send me a message with some unexpected gems, and their locations. Please and thanks.
Memories of Fall: Plentiful Patterns
This week has been especially cold, so my “fashion” choices have mostly involved wearing as much wool as I can fit under my jacket. Thus, I’m happy to return to the Memories of Fall series, with this display of excessive pattern. Fall lends itself to the beginning of Christmas sweaters, the re-introduction of cozy scarves, and lots of vintage leather. Here it all is. For you. From me.
Today’s Photographer: Sam, but I’m sure of it this time.
Memories of Fall: Matchy Match
Sometimes I match too much. Something comes over me and I just can’t help adding that extra scarf that is exactly the right colour. Or that extra button that just goes too well to ignore. And sometimes I add all of those things and you get an outfit like this. It’s not horrible, but it’s like all-American meets colourblocking in a big way.
Today’s Photographer: Sam, I think.
Memories of Fall: Put Together
I love it when everything kind of matches. Don’t get me wrong, there is a limit to how matchy-matchy one can be (effectively), but there’s something about unusual colour combinations making their way right down to your toes that just makes me happy. Plus I miss this jacket. It’s the perfect fall jacket.
This whole “memories of fall” idea is just torture—as I go to put on my scarf and hat and mittens and coat…
Today’s Photographer: Katie or Sam… I think.
Memories of Fall: Red Wave
Remember when it was warm enough to walk outside like this? To be honest, I’m enjoying my wool sweater brigade of late, but this outfit still makes me long for the days of fall. I find that wearing a blazer under a big coat just makes me uncomfortable and bulky, so winter time means very few blazers for me. After seeing this, maybe I’ll suck it up and bust out one tomorrow.
Today’s Photographer: Rebecca, who managed to make residential look better than it should.
Memories of Fall: Blue Hue
I’m WAY behind in my posts. The fall was so busy for me work-wise, that I never got around to posting a bunch of outfits that I had photographed. And since the photosets exist, and it’s now all icey and white, and one of my resolutions is to be more consistent on here, I’m posting all of the photos from this fall in the next couple of weeks. Don’t be alarmed by the sight of freshly fallen leaves, or clothing that doesn’t seem warm enough for Toronto in January. Just remember how great fall is.
Unfortunately, I have no idea who today’s photographer was (as it was so long ago), but I think it was the lovely Katie.