Call me Canadian

Everyone who knows me can remark the obscene amount of denim I’ve stocked up on, over the years. What can I say, I’m a blue jean baby, alas, not an LA ladySorry Elton, NY f*cking rocks.

I’ve fallen asleep in my Levi’s, worn flared Zara’s to hangout in my apartment, heck, I’ve probably done yoga in a skinny pair of Express jeans. I just can’t get enough of the beautiful hues, washes, styles and conditions that denim apparel has to offer. How can anyone become bored when there are so many options to choose from?

I feel like the best version of myself when I top off an outfit with either a leather or denim jacket. This Abercrombie & Fitch is a new addition to my overflowing collection. A&F takes me back to the middle school days, where the prerequisite for the majority of what I owned was to have an embroidered moose. Haters can hate, but I’m a forever fan of their quality, especially when pertaining to denim. Get the jacket here: Link

I crop almost every pair of jeans that I’ve owned for over two years, it’s a maniacal habit these days. I’ve gotten a lot of questions about this particular pair, an Express Legging Jean, in a sort of light, faded acid wash. I wound up giving these babies a raw crop after realizing I’d not worn them due to their unforgiving length, and my hatred for rolling up tight jeans. Some similar pairs of the original can be found here: Link

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These funky clear glasses are a part of my Forever21 faux collection. Similar styles can be found here: Link
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Leave it to a good pair of Chelsea booties to elevate your Fall look. I got these from Zara, a few seasons ago. Here is a higher heeled option: Link, and a plain-jane classic style: Link
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My leather Fanny pack is a thrift find from Buffalo Exchange, near FIT’s campus.
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Just a little bit of Bob Marley vibes on this turbulent Sunday.
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When am I not sipping on a cup of coffee? Never. The answer is always never.
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This Central Park view is everything.
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Tunnel Vision.

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