What a week it’s been!
I’ve had requests and opportunities flying my way at work this week, which is awesome…but makes me wonder if I should consider a second coffee during the day.
Right now, I’m working on a project with a very design focused client, who’s in the midst of re-branding. They realized there were some materials they should have held onto in order to make some decisions, so on a whim, I decided to rush downtown and drop them off. It was the end of the day, so I figured I’d go home from from there.
But. Let me remind you of something. I don’t actually live in Toronto!
I say that I’m from Toronto, because most of you aren’t. The assumption is that if I mentioned the actual suburban town I live it, no one would have any idea what I was talking about. I think a lot of us do that.
Anyway, instead of my typical commute from Mid-town (which to me, it totally “the city”), I had to trek home from the west end of the downtown core. UGH. Just another reminder that I am so not a city person. Aside from having no clue where to find a subway stop when I’m slightly off the beaten path, it’s just too crowded and chaotic for me! I never said I was your typical twenty-something, okay?
I act like an old woman sometimes, so maybe that’s why I love grandfather cardigans so much? I picked up this one about a month ago, and have worn it a lot. It’s the perfect transition piece and I see it being a great add on with shorts and a tank on a cool summer evening.
Sweater – Forever 21 (Same) // Tee – Gap (Similar) // Jeans – Gap (Similar)
Boots – Arturo Chiang (Similar and Splurge-worthy)// Purse – Roots (Same)
Bracelets – Stella & Dot (Same and Same) // Necklace – Stella & Dot (Same)
Do you ever get lost in your own city? This wasn’t the first time I had to ask for directions and feel like such a tool!