70’s street style

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 Aritzia coat | Equipment blouse | Zara trousers, skinny scarf
photography by Britney Gill

In honour of my first trip out to Toronto Fashion Week, I’m sharing a very fashion-week inspired, street style look. As I’m sure you know by now (how many times can I say it, though), I’m beyond pleased about the 70’s vibe this fall. And no one does it better than Chloe. I’m obsessed.

Because it’s such a menswear-inspired look, I kept the blouse very low… a little scandalous for me, but necessary to make the look more editorial and keep my frame from being overwhelmed by fabric. I shot with Vancouver photographer Brit Gill and let me just say how lovely it is to shoot with someone who really understands your aesthetic. This girl is super talented, sweet and takes such unbelievable photos (and no, this post is not sponsored in any way!). I have a few more posts coming up with her and I’m so excited to share them with you!



  1. Elise
    10.21.2015 / 5:13 am

    I have the same skinny scarf and I can’t wait to get to Canada where it’s actually cold enough to wear it (even though it’s skinny, it’s still hot). I love this outfit and the way you have the menswear look going on while still remaining feminine. Makeup looks great too – so natural. xE

    • 10.22.2015 / 6:07 pm

      thanks love! just get one, they don’t do anything for warmth 😉

  2. 10.21.2015 / 7:22 am

    I love love love menswear outfits. I find it so danm sexy on a woman. That scarf just adds to perfect amount of chic Love this outfit!

    Bisous, from Montreal!


    • 10.22.2015 / 6:06 pm

      agreed, menswear on a woman is the best!!!

  3. 10.21.2015 / 2:19 pm

    okay … love this! & the backdrop is perfect for this type of look. you nailed it. xx!

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