Full Skirts and the Petite

ShareI recently purchased two full skirts, one from Femme de Carriere, a Montreal-based clothing store with office-friendly clothing (both casual and formal) and another from a Kate Spade outlet in Niagara Falls, New York.  Some people think that  these skirts can overwhelm a petite frame, but it really depends on the style (e.g. how much […]

Petite Fashion Challenge 16: Summer Wedding Guest

ShareThis month’s Petite Fashion Challenge, hosted by Petite on a Penny (thanks so much for hosting this!), asks us to:  Create an outfit for a summer wedding (the dress code is up to you). For bonus points (and this is what I’ll be doing!) try to make your whole outfit, head to toe, come in […]

Help Me Pick My Shoes!

ShareI’m heading to the Junior League of Toronto’s DelecTABLE Designs preview party on the 26th and need your help picking shoes to wear.  I’m probably going to be wearing my Versace for H&M hearts flapper dress, but can’t decide on what shoes to pair it with.  Should I wear: 1. Pink Annabels (The Odd Slipper) […]

The Odd Slipper Now Offering Non-Standard Widths

ShareYesterday, when I was checking The Odd Slipper to see what new additions they had, I noticed that one of their latest shoes, the camel coloured Faith, is available in wide sizes from 3 to 5.5.  According to their latest email, they are also able to custom order other designs in wide and narrow.  This […]

Recent Purchases from Homegrown Boutique

ShareA bit of Canada love here some of my latest purchases come from Canadian brands.  The first two are dresses that I got from Homegrown Boutique, a store in Toronto’s Yorkville shopping district that features items from Canadian designers.  The first was actually purchased back in the fall when I attended Homegrown Boutique’s Spring/Summer 2012 […]

Hot Pink Pumps From the Odd Slipper!

ShareWhen I found out about Sindy Sagastume’s  The Odd Slipper, a company that specializes in shoes for small feet (starts at size 3, ladies!), I knew I wanted to try it out. Being a size 4 1/2 or size 5, I have a hard time finding shoes at regular stores.  In fact, it’s become a […]