Happy Tuesday! We had a little pop up shop this past weekend with D’Blanc sunglasses! The glasses are lightweight and Italian made acetate frames.
Honestly there are so many super cute styles…. cat eye, round, tortoise, pearl & soft pink. It’s a tough choice. It’s definitely a fun way to show a little personality and top off your looks.
We are excited to be keeping the sunnies for a few weeks in shop. Stop by and see what your favourite style is.
We love the first signs of summer… the linen and lightweight cotton pieces arrive at the shop.
We switch our accessories up for gorgeous woven basket bags and effortless comfy slip on flats.
That’s the beauty of Summer dressing.
By Bianca Jamieson
Motherhood has taught me many valuable life lessons about unconditional love, patience– and the importance of function in fashion. As my body and lifestyle have changed through pregnancies, nursing, and life with toddlers so too has my sense of style.
When I was first pregnant, I was excited to celebrate my growing bump but I also quickly realized I wanted to be comfortable. I remember feeling particularly hot and swollen that summer and buckling my sandals at nine months pregnant was next to impossible. Breezy sundresses and slip-on sandals all the way!
Here are a few Shop B options for moms-to-be:
In my experience, dressing after giving birth was even harder than dressing my pregnant body. I REALLY wanted to get back to my old clothes and just feel put together. But my body was healing and I still REALLY wanted to be comfortable. I was also nursing and that required a certain level of accessibility from my clothing. Apart from being kind and forgiving to myself during that time, I found it worthwhile to invest in a rotation of button-up shirts for layering over nursing tank tops and some soft, comfortable pants.
Here are a few Shop B options for moms post-pregnancy:
I’m now settling into life as a mom of two busy little ones. There are sticky fingers and games of leap frog and a host of other reasons why I can’t wear silk shirts, short dresses or high heels the way I once did. That’s ok. Being comfortable is great. Being able to throw your clothes in the washing machine is also very convenient. Plus, I move much faster wearing flat shoes.
Here are a few Shop B options for the mom on-the-go:
Wishing you all a happy, stylish, and comfortable mother’s day with the ones you love!
We are sharing an effortless look just in time for the springy weather we are expecting this weekend.
The pieces *white top * linen long coat * levi’s wedgie * neutral slingbacks (4 easy pieces)
If you want to see the look on… take a peek at our instagram today.
Shop B’s Spring Style Tips- Part 2
by Bianca Jamieson
Welcome back to Shop B’s Spring Style tips. Transition dressing is not always easy to pull off but we’re showing you some ways to style your spring wardrobe for single digit temperatures. This week we’re looking at how to wear your cropped and wide-leg pants without freezing your ankles off.
Here’s a little inspiration:
Easy, simple style tricks for wearing cropped pants right now:
Boots: You may be feeling tired of your winter boots but a lighter-coloured neutral ankle boot, looks and feels refreshing after the dark days of winter. I also love the look of a high-top sneaker with everything from denim to wide-leg dress pants.
Socks–but make it fashion!: For the last few seasons, we’ve tried desperately to hide our socks away but now I say, embrace them! They add some quirk and interest to a look while keeping your feet warm; it’s a win-win.
Layer with leggings: Wide-leg pants look great but they’re drafty. However, they’re also roomy so you can sneak a cropped legging under there and no one will even know the difference.
Inspiration collage pics found on Pinterest – Atelier Dore, Tokyo Fashion, hairstylism.com, Until the Very Trend, Vogue Spain, Telegraph.co.uk
by Bianca Jamieson
There are changes afoot. It’s not just the seasons, it’s the proportions.
We’re seeing styles shift toward cropped, high-waisted jeans, boxier tops, and wide-leg pants. It’s all incredibly chic and minimalist but “spring” in this part of the world is not always ideal for an exposed ankle or a breezy (drafty) pant leg.
However, there are ways to capture the spirit of the season without catching a chill. Michele recently helped me figure out what true transition dressing really means and I can’t wait to share these tips with you.
This week, we’re slooowly easing into spring blouses by layering them over turtlenecks. It’s a great way to ditch the wool sweaters before the snow officially melts and the temperatures allow for flowy tops. A thin turtleneck works under a jumpsuit too!
Here’s the inspiration:
And here’s how I wore it:
This very simple little styling change was the perfect step forward into the new season. My wardrobe felt fresh. I felt warm. It was a good day
Stay tuned next week for seem more inspiration on how to wear a cropped pant on a cold day!
Inspiration collage pics found on Pinterest – The Stylograph , @Saskaludiol & Whowhatwear.co.uk (Getty Image)