I frickin’ love wearing hats. But little known fact about Toronto?
It’s windy as hell! So if you want to wear a hat, you often have to walk around holding it, like so:
/ top, Aerie / pants and sandals, Urban Outfitters / bag, Claire Vivier / earrings, Courage My Love /
Leslieville is a wicked little neighbourhood. It’s never busy, the shopping’s eclectic, and good food isn’t hard to come by. There are a bunch of antiques shops, but Bronze may just be my favourite:
Where’s the ‘B’? It’s a mystery.
It’s a delight to look through, with everything from large furniture pieces to sweet little knick-knacks.
Across the street you’ll find Good Neighbour, which is just packed with stylish, wearable awesomeness.
They carry the luxe, the local, and the legendary, such as the ultra-popular Herschel brand.
And a case full of jewellery and eyewear I’d be happy to take home! It’s really worth a look. It’s one of those places where each and every thing your eye lands on is covetable and unique.
Since we were in the area and I never need an excuse to eat cake, we finally tried out Bobbette & Belle:
The shop is just gorgeous, and pretty much made for couples on dates, with cozy chairs and couches and wedding inspiration:
But although I really wanted to like it, the cake was a little dry.
Maybe it was just the wrong day for salted caramel. If there is such a thing.