Posts Tagged ‘WIlfred’
As an ex-Aritzia employee, I have owned this Wilfred dress since as long as I can remember. It’s become a staple in my wardrobe more so than any little black dress I own. The easy shape is versatile, dress it up or down, it will be happy either way. Paired with my latest addition to my, ahem, shoe collection, this silk dress is perfect for summer, and just enough for my business casual 9-to-5. I just can’t get enough of these Kelsi Dagger sandals. After majorly eyeing over the winter months at Heel Boy, I finally bit the bullet and wished for sunshine. Last week alone I wore them three times, talk about return on investment.
Waffle sweaters are so comforting, maybe it’s my love of eating waffle that makes wearing this fabric so much better. Last week I posted this Old Navy waffle sweater, and soon after purchased it online for only $15. A price like that I had to buy two colours of course! I’ve never been a huge fan of Old Navy, the commercials are you like you’re annoying kid sister, but this waffled piece could not be left behind. I was even more pleased when my purchase arrived one day later. Because this waffle knit is cotton and slightly cropped, it’s very lightweight and it perfect for layering in almost any season.
Jacket – Wilfred by Aritzia, Booties – Nine West, Bracelets – Forever 21, Sweater – Old Navy, Blouse – Joe Fresh, Skirt – Wilfred
Did I mention it was eight degrees today? Despite the snow, there was actually no need for a coat when the sun was shining.
I bought this Wilfred dress from Aritzia about a month ago in black and though it was a bit pricey, I have already worn the dress 4 times. Twice in one week… The dress is pretty versatile, I’ve belted it (classic Aritzia sales tip, but often true) and worn it with a jean jacket for a more casual look. I’ve worn it with heels, boots, flats, the perfect pair for almost any look. I actually wore it to the Movember party and to my work holiday party as well. So, although I may not be the most frugal of shoppers, I make it worth it.
This is my LBD of the season, and I think it will transition perfectly into summer with it’s short hemlines and all!
Here’s segment two of our first Barbie Dream House outfit photos. I found a theme within these two outfit post segments: cheap bangles and cheap sandals. SOMETIMES (rarely) we try to be frugal.
Jean Jacket: Levi’s, Dress: Wilfred (Aritzia), Sandals: Wal-Mart, Sunglasses: Kensington
I’ve started to accumulate a lot of inexpensive jewelry, mostly from F21 (above bangles) and H&M. The only issue with cheap silver jewelry is that it turns copper fast, but if you don’t want your finger to be dyed, paint clear nail polish on the inside band of the ring. These black, bandage, gladiator-inspired sandals are from Wal-Mart! Great buy, only $17, picked them up last week. Go now before they are sold out, they also come in dark tan.
Yesterday Kayla and I went to get the keys to our new condo! We ended up showing up pretty much wearing the same thing. I’m hoping once we live with each other this will stop. It seems lately our outfits consist of skirts/dresses and jean jackets. We were so excited to get our keys, and we also found out that our condo has great lighting (can you say outfit posts)! So here is segment one of our first outfit post in the Barbie Dream Home.
Jean Jacket: Zara, Top: Urban Behaviour, Skirt: Wilfred (Aritzia), Sunglasses: RayBan, Bracelets: H&M
Oversize sweater & cropped top: Wilfred, skirt: Mink Pink, tights: Forever 21, jewelry: Vintage
I revisited the Aritzia lookbook this evening to figure out how I would be spending the gift cards I received for Christmas. Here are some of my favourite looks from the fall/winter collection.
floral shirtdress and cashmere socks: WILFRED
lace dress: TALULA
crepe de chine shirt dress: TALULA BABATON
denim jacket, flannel plaid shirt, mohair sweater, canvas backpack: TNA
striped tank, oversized mens shirt, boyfriend hoody, floral print leggings: TALULA
This last look is on behalf of Maddy because I know how much she likes those floral print leggings!
I promise in the new year to keep the Aritzia preaching to a minimum.