Winter is my least favourite season. I am not into winter activities or anything that calls to be in the outdoors during the winter season. Getting dressed for these cold and harsh winter months is rather annoying, but when you leave in a country like Canada, well you have no choice but to get used to it. 

Dressing for the season is one thing, but how do you keep your skin from looking sucked out, dry and just drab looking? Well let me introduce you to some of my favourite products that gets the job done. 

1. Glysomed- A trusted name in skincare. This cream is literally magic in a bottle, and it gets the job done. I make sure to keep a smaller sized bottle in my purse at all times. Its a little heavy in texture, however lasts a very long time. This cream ranges from $5-9, and can be found at your local drugstore. 

2. MFE (24 hr Matt Velvet Skin Foundation)- Ive worn this makeup for the last 7 years and nothing has ever came close to taking its place. I've tried so many other foundations, but I keep on coming back to this holy Grail right here. They've recently changed the formula and packaging, and I would love if the foundation was a little more full coverage like the last formula, however it still gets the job done, gives me a radiant smooth finish and not to mention flawless and dewy looking skin, especially through out these cold days. Find it at your local Sephora. $45 will get you 30ml of fabulousness. 

3. Vitamin C Exfoliator (Glow Boosting) - Can I just rant on how amazing this  product is? 
5 Star reviews by almost every customer who purchased. Refresh your dull and tired skin with a boost of Vitamin C. Use this exfoliator at least x2 a week, for a brighter and more radiant complexion. You can purchase this at any Body shop store for $18 a pop. I know it’s a bit on the pricier side however if you won’t regret it! 

4.MAC (Soft & Gentle Highlighter) - Sis everyone loves a good glow! This one is a new favourite of mines. I love wearing a little extra highlight during these drab winter months. Place it on the highest points of your cheek bones, cupid's bow, inner eye duct, tip of nose and your temples. What are you waiting for? Glow along!!! This Highlighter is waiting for you at your nearest MAC store. 

5. Blistex - Not your average lipgloss. A medicated, tingly, minty lipgloss that heals your lips almost instantly from the brutal cold temperatures. I carry one in my car, jacket, office desk and in my purse. Good to have a few on back up as they always seem to go missing. This retails for about $2 and can last you all winter if used sparingly. 


Holiday Dress Guide #3

Who said Plaid and Leather didn't go together? Well think again! 
This was my last holiday look of 2018. I can't wait to style these pants even after the holidays. 

Another safe but fun outfit. The leather sleeves on the blazer adds a bit edge to this outfit which is right up my alley, as I'm always looking for ways to incorporate a bit of edge. 

Wearing: Zara-Tartan pants and purse, BCBG- blazer, H&M-earrings, Jimmy Choo-heels, AA-bodysuit

xoxo TY


Holiday Dress Guide #2

This was another simple, yet sophisticated look. I love wearing red throughout the holiday season.  (Red is my favourite color)  

Wearing: Zara~ blazer dress, BCBG~ tights & clutch, Oliver peoples~ glasses, Christian Louboutin (so Kates)

I paired some textured tights with this look. These BCBG tights adds a bit of a classy element to this outfit and not to mention super affordable. However, If you're in a splurging mood, a pair of Fendi or Gucci tights can also add a nice touch and might I add wright on trend. 

This blazer dress did not call for too many accessories, a simple studded clutch for a bit of edge, and of course for me sunglasses. I have so many ideas on how to dress up this blazer and I cant wait to share with you guys! Hope you enjoyed how I styled it.. 

bye for now. 

xoxo Ty


Holiday Dress guide Look #1

Happy New Year guys. Finally a new year greets us once again. Time is just flying way too fast. Im not ready! 

I apologize for uploading my Holiday looks after the fact. My goal was to have these holiday posts up, obviously before Christmas, however my laptop battery decided to give out on me after 10 long years together, so I had no way of uploading my content. In life there will be many set backs, how you deal with them is what maters. A new laptop will definitely be on my Christmas list this year. 

Well lets get right into this look. Simple yet so festive with just the right pieces. 

Simple and Easy with not too much effort. 

1. A plaid button up. Nothing screams Christmas like a red plaid top. So easy to wear. For a festive look, pair it with a sequin skirt, fringe/tassled skirt, jeans, tailored pants, and some patent or sparkly shoes. 

As I was going for a more simple look, I decided to pair with light washed jeans, a red thrifted blazer and my not so easy to walk in Louboutin (so Kates)

Walking out of 2018 like....