If I Could Turn Back Time

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If I could turn back time, if I could find a way, I’d bring back all the vintage denim or I’d probably stay. These jeans were my mom’s in the 1980s and I always laugh when I see them – the brandname is Fancy Ass – it just doesn’t get better than that. A huge thank you to Larissa Uy for her photography & for capturing the moment.
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Top: Simon Chang / Jeans: Fancy Ass / Jacket: Levi’s / Leather Bag: Creature Leather / Jewelry: vintage
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– Tiara

Tiara Grace

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I have been seeing personalized jewelry on models and in street style so frequently that I decided I should join the fun. I love personalized jewelry because it offers so many layering options. I love layering necklaces as they bring so much interest to an outfit. Personalized jewelry is special because, in my opinion, it is a timeless piece that you can keep wearing throughout your life – which makes it a great statement piece instead of a fast-fad – just ensure that you make a high-quality investment that will last and keep looking good throughout the years.

Here I am wearing my personalized necklaces with an outfit that consists of completely natural materials – cotton & leather – in my efforts to reduce my own personal microfibre pollution. Natural sure does look better, on myself and on the planet!

I chose to get “Tiara” & “Grace” on my personalized necklaces because those are my first and middle names. I layered them with other necklaces I have, that happen to be vintage pieces, the options are endless! It is so fun to search for vintage pieces to incorporate into your wardrobe – make it an outing with friends & hit up some local thrift shops!
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Thank you Kim from Chel Photo for the studio photography & oNecklace for the personalized jewelry!
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personalized necklaces were received from oNecklace, all thoughts & opinions are my own

– Tiara

A Step Up

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I found these 1980s trousers at Northside Antiques when I was at the lake this summer. I’ve been on the hunt for this style of pant for years now and I am so excited that I finally found a pair that fit!
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Shirt: Zara / Pants: Vintage / Shoes: Call it Spring / Jewelry: my grandmother’s / Lipstick: Nars /
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– Tiara

Glory Days

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Glory days, well, they’ll pass you by.
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Dress: thrifted from Value Village / Accessories: vintage / Purse: The Dress Form / Socks: Aritzia / Shoes: Call it Spring (similar)
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Thank you Lauren Greve for the photography

– Tiara

She Wore Blue Velvet

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Have you ever seen anything as beautiful as this blue velvet coat? I’m obsessed. This is part of a series of outfits I put together for my feature on the Sasktel blog. Winter style does not have to be boring with bold and unique jackets! When styling a striking jacket, stick to a monochrome outfit so it doesn’t look too busy and to allow your jacket to pop! Thank you Nicole Romanoff for your photography!
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Jacket: vintage (Better Off Duds) / Sweater: Guess / Boots: Call it Spring / Necklace: vintage / purse: vintage
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– Tiara