When your fashion inspiration runs dry, here’s where you can turn

*This is a guest post written by Jessica Harvey  Trying to always come up with a new outfit to wear every day can be very tricky indeed. And there might even be times when you are out shopping and none of the garments on the shelves seem to jump out and catch your attention. This, […]

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Go away Winter! Spring has arrived #onRobson 

The other night I attended the media preview of the 2017 Spring Collection #onRobson at the Blue Horizon Hotel. The view from the 31st floor is spectacular and the room was buzzing with conversation from some of Vancouver’s most fashionable bloggers and influencers. Champagne, canapes, and displays of racks with Men and Women’s Spring apparel, shoes, […]

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The things I learned from a night of sewing at The Cutting Room in Vancouver

 What we make matters enormously, and it doesn’t matter at all.  Art is a crushing chore and a wonderful privilege. The work wants to be made, and it wants to be made through you. -Elizabeth Gilbert   Last night I attended a media event at The Cutting Room, in Vancouver hosted by my authentic and creative […]

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Meet Traci Costa: Founder of Peekaboo Beans

Women in business inspire me, and moms who run businesses inspire me that much more! For this reason, I was extremely  excited to have a phone chat with Traci Costa- mom of two and founder of local children’s fashion brand, Peekaboo Beans. Our conversation began with “nice to finally chat after following one another online” […]

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Last-minute local Christmas gift guide

For those of you who haven’t finished your Christmas shopping, I’ve put together a last-minute Christmas gift guide. I’m not even close to being finished. Ok, I’ll admit, I haven’t even begun! So, for all of you last-minute people (like me) here’s a list of local gifts you can pick up for those on your […]

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Modern Fort & Ruben’s Shoes creating awareness through local education

I’m always looking for ways I can educate my children on local and global issues surrounding poverty, lack of education, and homelessness. I want to get them involved in community causes because I truly believe this teaches them social responsibility and most importantly it broadens their knowledge and overall awareness. This knowledge, in turn, increases […]

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Guest Blog: How To Not Lose Your Style In Motherhood

A few weeks ago, I was involved in a fun styled Fall fashion photo shoot with a few mom & entrepreneur friends and our kiddos.  This mom/child photo shoot inspired my friend Jessica, founder of Emerson Apparel to write a guest post on her personal style and motherhood. I love Jessica’s style. She wears everything […]

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I failed the Summer wardrobe remix challenge

During the month of July I took part in a Summer Wardrobe Remix challenge: Wear 30 existing items of clothing for 30 days and I failed BIG TIME!!  I found it extremely hard to get dressed every damn day. I mean, I got dressed, but to actually put myself together in a cute outfit and […]

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Dress to impress…Yourself!

When  I was a teenager I would buy clothes to impress others. In fact, I’ll never forget the day I received my first pay cheque from my part-time job at Mcdonalds. I was 15 -years- old and the first thing I did after I cashed my cheque was hop on the sky train so I […]

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Vancity Business Babes #mompreneurpanel

This past Sunday I had the absolute pleasure of speaking on the Vancity Business Babes #mompreneurpanel at the gorgeous Sky helicopters. As soon as I stepped through the door I was in awe of how great the space is. A huge thank you to founder and friend Danielle  for inviting me to be a part […]

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