Fashion & Beauty

Vintage Florals

Toronto’s weather was so warm and sunny last week that it put me in such a great mood. It made me want to get a little more dressed up than usual. I decided to go out to lunch wearing a pretty red dress, a bright red purse, and black suede heels. Both the red dress and the red purse were sent to me from Europe, and both are vintage pieces. I couldn’t wait to pair the two together and wear them out from the moment they arrived at my door.

The red floral dress is both feminine and flattering. I love it when my skirts and dresses flow in the wind, and this one does, quite gracefully. I have also been loving red recently, and was so happy that the colours of the floral dress perfectly matched the bright red colour of the purse. The suede black heels I wore are from Browns, and they are my go-to pair. They are super comfortable, and go with almost any dress or skirt.

On our way to lunch, my sister and I visited the Spadina Museum and garden. It is a historic house nestled in a beautiful neighbourhood in Toronto. The Spadina house has a lovely property, luscious gardens, and many beautiful flowers. Unfortunately I didn’t get many good shots of the Spadina House itself, because it was undergoing some renovations. (It is after all, the only museum in Toronto that represents the 1920s and 1930s)

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On our way to the Spadina House.

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In the garden.

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A close up of the red purse I wore.
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I also wore my gold chain necklace, and added a glass red heart pendant onto it.

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The big and bright backyard of the Spadina House.

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Enjoying the beautiful sunny day, and the warm breeze.
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The Spadina Museum’s garden was full of lush florals.

I hope you all enjoyed the beautiful, sunny week we had. What did you do to celebrate the lovely weather?

All the best,

– Ema

Shop the look: Black Suede Heels (Browns) Floral Dress (Vintage), Red Purse (Vintage).

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