These are the 8 trends you will see all around in Spring 2019

By Ariadne Rojas


The scarf print expansion:

We have seen the scarf trend this past fall but during the spring season of 2019 it will continue expanding with feminine blouses, wide dresses and original looks.


Kiss goodbye the fear of feathers:

Feathers were definitely a thing for the fall-winter party looks and it will gain strength for this spring season by being an essential companion.


Nude all the way :


Beige is a color that will never go out of style. For this spring season earthy colors will be a favorite for standing out with simplicity and style.

Let’s embrace the sea


Fishnets dresses will be the must have of the season. Handmade pieces are becoming more and more popular so make sure to be on trend and have yours by this spring.

Bring some color to life with neon:


For Spring 2019 we knew there was going to be a lot of vibrant colors but the ones that will definitely stand out will be yellow, red, blue and pink. Weather it’s the complete look or just an accessory, the important thing is to give our look a special touch with neon colors.

Yep, Polka Dots is back (or did it actually left?)

One thing is for sure, they are going to be present again.


Hippie Style says present

Tie-dye is having its comeback and it’s coming not only with some seventy’s stylish looks but with some vibrant colors as well.


Cyclists are the new tights :

Last summer we saw the trend of biker pants on many celebrities. This spring we will see it on its full potential by taken over the streets as a more fashionable look, reaching multiple styles.


Top 5 places to buy affordable winter outfits in Toronto

Rashika Mukherjee

Are you all stocked up with your winter essentials? Whether you are an international student or someone coming for a short business trip from a warm region, having appropriate winter clothing in Toronto is necessary. Besides, if you are visiting this city for a short span it’s a good idea to buy cheap winter coats as your souvenirs. On the contrary, investing in quality winter clothes will eventually save you.

Explore these places to buy quality winter clothing in Toronto.

Photo: @kungfoojohnny

Photo: @kungfoojohnny


Being a global brand - H&M is well recognized to every nationality. This store exhibits sassy sweaters for layering, inexpensive jackets, overcoats and playful hoodies. If you are looking forward to appearing stylish yet warm this winter, this is the right place.


This store offers a wide range of lightweight outwear, affordable body warmers, and other winter essentials. Their HITECH collection brings a unique selection of ultra light turtle necks, tights and t-shirts designed with soft fabrics that restore the body heat.

Photo: @getawei

Photo: @getawei



You can never go wrong with a sporty avatar in this chill cold, and there is no better place than Sport Check to acquire casual athletic winter jackets, hoodies and coats from famous brands like North Face and Colombia.


Are you expecting to fill your wardrobe with classic and designer winter coats?  You can score branded jackets and coats with discounted rates in Winners. This store has a large variety of outwear which are reasonable yet fashionable. Besides, this place has most of the exclusive brands on offer.  

I hope these quick guidelines assist you to buy quality winter outfits without pinching your pocket. Let your winter wardrobe speak the language of comfort and style.

Photo: @lindseyhubbs

Photo: @lindseyhubbs

4 Menswear Essentials Every Toronto Man Should Have This Fall

By: Jeffrey Cunha

A change in weather comes a change in fashion. Time to pack away those tank tops, shorts and T’s for a more refined put together Fall look. From coats to accessories, walking High Park with a pumpkin spice latte never looked so good.  Here are top four must haves for the fashionable Toronto man this season.   

  Jeffrey Cunha is men’s lifestyle expert in Toronto.
Follow him and @lifestyle6ix_to on instagram and Twitter for the latest men’s fashion trends.

Hermès Carré Club: the Instagram Friendly spot is coming to Toronto this weekend

 "Discover silk as you’ve never seen it before. You’re invited to an unforgettable, immersive experience that will exhilarate your senses!" - Hermes 

by Ariadne Rojas

(Photo Credit: Ariadne Rojas)

We are all familiar with the printed scarf trend going on this year and let me tell you is here to stay. This fall, Hermès has launched “The Carré Club”, giving new generations the opportunity to explore the creative process behind the carré (their iconic silk scarfs) and the best part is that it’s totally free and open to the public. The pop-up launched in New York City on September 13thand it’s currently in Toronto this weekend from September 28ththrough September30th. The event is taking place in 151 Bloor Street west and will be open from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm. 

Attendees will be able to experience the creative process engaging in different stations. Once you enter the event you will be welcomed by the concierge in the “Carré Click and Check” station to check you in, receive the membership card and to take your pictures wearing selected Hermès scarfs to capture the moment. Then you will find the “Carré Studio” where you will witness Hermès Carré designers in the process of creation. In this station you can also get your own scarf piece hand-printed by Gianpaolo Pagni, have your portrait sketched by Cyrille Diatkine and get your own tag by Kongo. After this, you can relax in “Carré Café” where you can grab drinks and snacks, listen to live music, meet new people and get amazed by the incredible scarf painted floor. And if you are a Carré addict you can discover their limited-edition scarves at “Carrémania”. 

(Photo Credit: Ariadne Rojas)

But what makes these scarfs so special? 

According to Style South China Morning Post Newsletter, Their raw silk is carefully curated from a Brazilian mill and the process to turn the raw thread into a 100 to 150 meters long rolls of print-ready silk takes 3 months. The whole process includes transferring the unique designs into silk each season, which takes from 400 to 600 hours to engrave a scarf highlighting 30 different colors to 1000 to 1500 hours for a more complex design and the last stage of the production, called “roulotté”, where silk thread of an identical color of the scarf is sewed to the borders in order to create the unique edges of the carré.

Incredible softness and high-end quality are just some of the perks of buying an Hermès Carré. With this piece of accessory not only you will have a high-end historic classic on your closet but you will also have a timeless investment. Unlike the mass-produced ones, Hermès scarfs are hand-made and carefully produce, they will never go out of style, you can use it in ways you can’t imagine to give a twist to your outfit without much effort and they are made to last a lifetime with the proper care. 

If you are a scarf addict or just curious about this trend, you should definitely check out the pop-up this weekend to get more insights and let yourself get carrè’d away in the world of classiness and style. 

And if you are still having some doubts on how to actually wear a scarf and how will it give a different look to your everyday outfit? Don’t worry here are some tips from the Who What Wear  and Lifestyle Asiablog to get you started. 

10 Fashion Bloggers on Instagram to Follow ASAP

As we come into the new year, we’re constantly looking for fresh ways to update our tired ol’ 2017 style game into 2018, with IG-worthy looks. And what better way than to tap into the ‘grams of some style worthy fashion bloggers?



Mary Lawless Le isn’t just about stunning photos and fashion, but her travel pics are to die for as well. SHe’ll make you wish you were away from the frozen tundra and into her tropical paradise, but you can live vicariously through her Insta - lucky us!


This fiery-haired fashion blogger is living in New York, but originally from Peru. Her insta is the ultimate relatable girl fashion tips, looking more like an ASOS model than an unattainable Chanel one. Follow her IG for fashion inspiration and everything in between.


This Parisian jeweler and blogger are giving us life - she’s the vibrant, positive energy we need coming into 2018. Adeline Rapon posts the dreamiest shots of Paris and looks like she would be Carrie Bradshaw’s idol. She’s a shameless feminist who knows how to rock a beret like no others.


No, these are not a series of editorials from Vogue. This is a real person’s life. She calls herself a visual storyteller and we think she takes that moniker seriously. Her style is always on point and she has a distinct aesthetic that we really admire.


Stephanie Arant is a style blogger that can wear boyfriend jeans better than anyone you know. She runs the blog “Unconscious Style” and while her looks are effortless, we hope she’s conscious of how stylish she is!  Her picks are always somehow classic, with an innovative twist.


If you’ve been waiting for the ultimate plus size fashion blogger, Rochelle Johnson is your beautiful answer. She’s the creator of Beauticurve, a blog on motherhood, style, and more.  Her looks are always so vibrantly sophisticated, and amazing inspiration that bigger girls can be just as fashionable.


Christina Caradona gives us our Insta fix of European chicness. The French native is the brains behind Trop Rouge and she’s worked with aTeen Vogue. Her looks are polished but comfortable, and she’s another beret-wearing all-star champ. She also makes overalls look good, which is a feat in itself.


The Jitana is run by Denise, who is a California native. Jitana means gypsy in Spanish and is fitting for the jet-setting cutie. Her looks are streetwear comfy chic, which is totally attainable. Always love a gal who shows us how to look flawless in a pair of sweats.


Aimee Song has a lot of accomplishments under her belt - she’s a best-selling author, one of Forbes 30 under 30, and will give you severe travel envy (her daily vlog especially.) The Youtuber has helpful tips on how to style a turtleneck in 16 ways, and her IG is a beautiful collage of travel, coziness and 10/10 outfits.


We’re absolutely smitten with Caroline Daur and her edgy, cool girl fashion. Seriously, doesn’t she remind you of Kate Hudson in “Almost Famous”? Her looks are always so glamorous and easy, with a touch of LA cool, always against the perfect backdrop.