I’m so happy to be sharing more fashion content with you this fall and winter! To kick things off today, I’m starting a new series here at JustineCelina called HOW TO STYLE — showing you how to style a specific on-trend item that you might not think you can pull off, or may be intimidated by.
I’ve loved ponchos for years, and will always wear what I love regardless of whether or not it’s trendy — but I’m pretty excited that ponchos are everywhere this fall! They’re such a statement piece, and a great way to add interest, depth and texture to your fall wardrobe. The one I’m wearing is actually from Garage Clothing (yeah that’s right… I was shocked too!) — it’s so cozy and luxurious feeling. Come take a look at how I styled this beautiful bohemian poncho for autumn!
Hat (similar) | Knit Sweater | Lace Tank (similar) | Aztec Poncho (similar) | Bag (similar) | Denim | Booties (similar) | Long Tassel Necklace | Short Necklace | Triangle Ring | Leaf Rings | Colourpop Ultra Matte Lip in Bumble
If you’re following me on Instagram, you probably saw this post coming. Lately I’ve been obsessed with all things rust, so I today I thought I would share a few of my favourite pieces with you! I think rust is such a beautiful, warm, inviting colour, while still acting as a neutral — perfect for fall! This post is the first installment in my COLOUR CRUSH series, where I highlight the colour of the moment and show you how to work it into your personal style.
1. Dolman Shift Dress | 2. Plaid Blanket Scarf (on sale!) | 3. Satin Pleated Midi Skirt | 4. Mid Heel Combined Court Shoe | 5. Magical Thinking Arba Woven Pillow | 6. Cascade Effect Rust Orange Floppy Hat | 7. Country Glamour Dark Rust Fringe Booties | 8. Big City Dreams Rust Red Jumpsuit
Fall is quickly becoming my favourite time of year — a fresh start signified by changing leaves, crisp morning air, and my favourite time for fashion! Every September I do a big wardrobe purge and refresh, and choose a some new key pieces to incorporate into my personal style. Since I was doing some online shopping this week, I thought it would be fun to chat about the season’s biggest trends, how to wear them, and give you my tips on how to transition your wardrobe from summer into fall. So, grab your favourite latte and let’s talk fall fashion!
1. Mural Cape Blazer | 2. Villa View Rust Red Embroidered Kimono Top | 3. JOA Road West Tan Fringe Coat | 4. Blank NYC Skinny Classique Distressed Dark Blue Skinny Jeans |
5. Hats Off to You Burgundy Fedora Hat (on sale!) | 6. Leather Court Shoe | 7. Jack Rogers ‘Bailee’ Ankle Bootie
What better thing to do on my first Saturday at home in over a month than curl up with a big cup of tea and shop in my yoga pants?! Today’s post is another installment in my OBSESSION series; highlighting a print, colour or texture of the moment, and showing you how to work it into your personal style — whether it be in the form of fashion, beauty, or in the home. This summer, I’ve been obsessed with all things fringe, so I’ve rounded up 7 of my favourite fringe pieces for an effortless, bohemian vibe. I’ve also selected a couple items from the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale that you can pick up at a major discount before August 3rd!
I love good vintage finds, and I have a major weakness for vintage jewellery and natural stones. Vintage jewellery is so unique, and I love the history each piece carries with it. There’s also something I find so satisfying about knowing that no one else will have the same accessories as I do. Usually, the jewellery I receive the most compliments on is the stuff I’ve put together myself, so I thought it would be fun to show you how I made two bohemian necklaces recently. All of the main pieces came from a small flea market in Creston, BC — and the whole project cost me less than $15.00!
I’m very excited to share a soft and pretty boudoir shoot I styled in collaboration with Gabe McClintock; a brilliant, award-winning photographer based in Calgary. It’s also been featured by Junebug Weddings and The Calgary Bride — what an honour!
I’d worked with Gabe previously on a few styled shoots, so when he came to me with a different idea for a boudoir shoot, I was so excited to partner with him and help bring his vision to life! Together, we created images that were ethereal, feminine and raw — something unique and fresh in the boudoir category. I curated a wardrobe of vintage lingerie in soft, winter-inspired pastel hues with romantic lace accents and whimsical details.
As we spring forward, I’m sharing some winter wedding inspiration to remind us how beautiful our Canadian winters can be. This was a chilly (but fun!) day spent in collaboration with some talented ladies and gents in High River, just after a fresh snowfall. The vision for this shoot was inspired by Rebecca‘s idea to create a winter wedding on a crisp white backdrop, along with a 1950’s wedding dress and furs I curated for Calamity Jane Vintage. Our team worked with a colour palette of soft pink, with pops of navy blue and gold in a peaceful, snowy scene. It was also featured on Green Wedding Shoes — what an honour!