ray-ban club masters, talula floral blazer, celine t-shirt, guess leggings, alexander wang heels, balenciaga limited edition lizard embossed city bag
(ph/ Justin Lam, editing/ me)
As promised, I had said that I would be returning as soon as the weather got warmer. Days are perfect in Toronto right now, and I'm trying to squeeze in as much outdoor time as I can. Each year I'm so surprised at how quickly the weather changes, it's like one day I'm freezing without a jacket and the next it's so hot people are wearing shorts out. Zero gradual change. Either way I have no complaints, and what better way to celebrate than with something sweet? The second photo is a shot of all the chocolate delicacies at The Firehall Confectionary in Main St Unionville. When it's nice outside, it's almost instinctual for me to pay a visit to Main St. I had my favourite banana split dippin' dots that day.. for those of you who don't know what it is, it's basically ice cream in the form of tiny little balls. Try it if you haven't.. it'll change your life. (For the time being, probably).
Currently, I find myself engrossed in beauty and skin much more than apparel.. kind of obsessed with washing my face after watching this video featuring Isabelle Bellis. What is it about parisiennes? I'm actually pretty grateful that my skin's been good for the past half year or so. My skin was fine throughout highschool and then right when university started everything turned into a mess. Sometimes my skin would be completely fine, and then when exam period hit it'd get uber sensitive and irritated. I had suspected mangoes, shrimp, sashimi, and stress to be the culprits but since my skin has been good lately I decided to get experimental (so bad, I know), and eat all the things I mentioned. To my surprise, no reaction. It even stayed clear throughout exam season. So maybe it was just a phase of hormonal change or something weird.. I don't know. I'm just glad it's over.
song of the day: Emeli Sande - Read All About It