white shirt blue jeans
Although my personal style has evolved and changed multiple times through the years, one thing I’ve found myself consistently drawn to is the white shirt. I’ve long loved its complete versatility and unparalleled ability to create a look that is both effortless and timeless at once. Of course, finding a good one has often been easier said than done: since there are so many variations available, sometimes it’s hard to know where to even start looking! After trying on more than my fair share, this one has come through as the favourite, thanks to its comfortable shape, longer length (perfect for wearing leggings underneath!), and oversized, extremely forgiving nature.
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Blouse: Topshop (c/o) | Jeans: Uniqlo | Tote: J.Crew (c/o) | Pumps: J.Crew (c/o) | Watch: Daniel Wellington | Pearls: from India | Lips: Chanel

Photos by Paul Milaire
Edits by Brian Chan

cherry blossoms vancouver
Even through five spring seasons of blogging, I’d never once shot in the blooms during Vancouver’s cherry blossom season. I think I’d always shied away from it due to particularly high expectations, wanting the photos to do the blossoms’ beauty justice. I’d sort of anticipated that, when it finally happened, the shoot would be sunny, warm, and light, capturing the spring season to a tee. That’s why I got pretty discouraged when Brian pointed out this lovely location last week and then, shortly before we began shooting, heavy rain and wind hit us out of nowhere. But thanks to his persistence, skill, and innate ability to cheer me up, we ended up capturing these photos – with a magical, almost snow-like effect – in a way that was beyond my expectations.
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Trench: Club Monaco | Sweater: Club Monaco | Denim: LOFT | Pumps: J.Crew | Bag: J.Crew (c/o, currently 30% off with code)

Photos by Brian Chan