I really liked her look, which actually matched with her personality: super laid back and easy going. If only I had another roll on me, I would have liked to snap a few more shots of her. Denim shirt: GAP Dress: Show Room Bag: Matt & Nat
Here's my recent interview with Inner Space, from the Space Channel/Toronto. I know this is absolutely not related in any way to fashion or photography, but that's the other me behind this blog ~ Scientist by day, photographer by night :) Enjoy~
Analog camera: Hasselblad 503cx + Carl Zeiss 85mm f2.8
Film: Fuji Provia 400X (slide film cross-processed)
We spent a lovely weekend back home in Montreal and took the opportunity to do a quick photoshoot on the rooftop of our building. Even though it was only on the 8th floor, it still does get a little scary to stand on the edge for just a few snapshots! So I hope you'll enjoy these, considering the life threatening situation we put ourselves in, hehe :p
I used a slide film and decided to give it a try with cross-processing the negatives. This gave out some unusual pinkish desaturated colors and personally, I'm quite pleased with the look.
Qin's Look Crop Top:ASOS or American Apparel Maxi Skirt: American Apparel or ASOS (here and here) Lian's Look Top: Brandy Melville Dress:ASOS Strappy cami dress ~ Reproduce these looks ~
I'm so grateful for the trend of high-rise pants and crop tops! I think it's one of the best way to make petite people like myself look not so minuscule and have some sort of silouhette :) I can't even count the number of crop tops and high-waist pants/shorts I've purchased up to now! Crop Tank: Aritzia
This week has been one of the hottest in Toronto so far ~ but who is to complain when we have all been waiting so eagerly for summer to come!! Enjoyed the night with my sis and Galaxy at Cold Tea, one of my favorite to go place in Kensington Market~ Gotta love the eclectic decor!
I had the great pleasure to meet Mahro, owner of Mama Loves You Vintage, a real gem in the heart of downtown Toronto.
Opened last December 2012, the mother-daughter team originally from Vancouver has done its magic by bringing to Toronto a refreshing bohemian vintage vibe.
Most of their items come from Vancouver, ranging from bags hanging on the walls, vintage suitcases filled with hats/scarfs/ties, counter loaded with unique and eccentric accessories and sunglasses, to a colorful medley of dresses and shirts that will satisfy both girls and boys.
This place is definitely worth stopping by, whether on a shopping spree or simply to enjoy the eclectic decor or a nice chat with Mahro~
Mahro: Fashion Communication graduate from Ryerson
Favorite piece: Giant muumuu "you can just swim in"