I'm back! After a whirlwind of a European trip, I'm back home in Toronto and that means back to blogging. Prior to leaving for my trip, I did manage to fit in one sneaky outfit shoot while on a 'blogger crawl' with some of my favourite blog gals: Eleni, Gabriella and Tara. For those of you who aren't following me on Snapchat (username: lapetitenoob), a blogger crawl is when us girls all pile into one car and spend the day frolicking though the city and doing everything that our man-friends would never have the patience for: brunch, flowers, gratuitous coffee photos - the works! It's always such a fun day and it's great to spend time with girls who have the same passion for blogging that you do. If you haven't already, I definitely recommend setting up your own monthly blogger crawl!
Anyways, back to the outfit. (Can you tell I'm jet lagged? I can barely keep my mind on one topic at a time!)
When I first laid eyes on this blush pink drape-front suede and leather jacket from Bernardo Outerwear, I gasped. It's so rare to find a light pink leather jacket, much less one of such high quality, and you guys know my obsession with blush runs deep. I love the different textures of leather and suede, and the colour is just too good. Being petite means that the sleeves ran a little big, but nothing a trip to the tailor can't fix. Paired with some white denim and my absolute favourite Stuart Weitzman nude pumps, this jacket is a breath of fresh air from your typical black leather.
|Jacket - c/o Bernardo Outerwear, Jeans - c/o Old Navy,
Top - James Purse via Marshalls, Shoes - c/o Stuart Weitzman, Bag - c/o Danielle Nicole
This adorable little Danielle Nicole handbag is a cherished gift from when I had the pleasure of meeting the designer herself! Danielle and I met briefly as she was jet setting through Toronto, and I'm so happy that we had the opportunity to chat - she's so sweet! I was grateful for this handbag, since this particular day there were chances of showers and vegan leather is perfect for such a weather forecast.
What do you guys think? Do you love the blush leather jacket? How would you incorporate it into one of your outfits? I would love to know!