Twisted Tuesday: Outrageous Flip-Up Sunglasses

Sunglasses: Spitfire

You can count on big ticket events to bring about new trends and push boundaries for what you can expect in ready to wear fashion. London Fashion Week (September 12-16) showcased new and exciting trends for SS15. However, something we always like to watch during these congregations of fashion elites are the unique wardrobes that pop-up from everyday fashion bloggers and fashionistas. Anisa Sojka hit the streets of London wearing these outrageous flip-up sunglasses from Spitfire. What do you think of her sunglasses? Do you commend her for making a bold choice, or do those sunglasses look like they belong in a Nicolas Cage sci-fi movie?

A Fashion Statement Or Feminist Revolution?


Chanel designer, Karl Lagerfeld started what can only be described as a “feminist revolution” yesterday on the catwalk to cap off his SS15 Collection at Paris Fashion Week.

Sporting an infamously non-political voice, Lagerfeld has been quoted saying,

“Everything I say is a joke. I myself am a joke.”

And how could we forget his nonchalant dismissal of concerns over zero-sized models, calling them,

“whining’s of fat mommies with bags of crisps.”

Yet, with Cara Delevingne leading the charge with a microphone and Kendall Jenner holding a sign reading, “Women’s Rights Are More Than Alright”, it’s hard to ignore the positive message this stunt portrays, even if it’s meant to be mildly satirical.

Defending his title as the “Master of Fashion Shows”, Lagerfeld used fashion to tap into a subject that is modern and important in pop culture. Our favourite sign was inspired by Emma Watson’s, “He For She” campaign.


Here’s a short clip from the show:

Model Monday: Top 10 Street Style Outfits Spotted During Milan Fashion Week

10. Ankle-Length Dresses

This model showcased the beautiful twirling-effect her outfit has! We love the slit at the front, as well as the comfortable sneakers she’s wearing. Fitted, wavy, comfortable and sexy.


9. Cool-Girl Ensemble

Printed shirt, high-waisted leather shorts, vibrant lipstick, and yes, a rose! This #MFW model makes an easy rebellious outfit look fashionable and desirable!


8. Kendall Jenner – Leather and Denim

Always immaculately dressed (on and off the runway) Kendall Jenner walks through the streets of Milan wearing black leather and contrasting charcoal denim. Fashion tip: Make sure your purse matches your boots!


7. Geometric Pants

Street style is a fun way to experiment with “bold meets practical”. These geometric pants were easy to spot through the streets of Milan, and something we look forward to seeing more of come SS15.


6. Suede

This model’s combination of fringe, suede and contrasting white is completely on point for SS15. I wonder what’s in the sparkly Gucci bag?! :)


5. Two-Toned Fur

This random show-goer was captured wearing a two-toned fur coat with a matching fishtail braid and clutch. Tons of eye-catching qualities!


4. Coco Rocha’s Statement Suit

If you haven’t heard of the Canadian-born supermodel, here she is. Coco Rocha strutted through the streets of Milan wearing this printed statement suit from Roberto Cavalli’s SS15 Collection.


3. Oversized Sweater

A fall season and fashion model favourite, the oversized sweater is warm and probably one of the easiest articles of clothing to slip in and out of between shows.


2. Coco Rocha’s Vibrant Blazer

Canadian-born supermodel from Toronto, Ontario, Coco Rocha knows how to make a grand entrance as she struts through the streets of Milan, approaching the #MFW runway.


1. Malaika Firth

The Kenyan-born British supermodel took a break between runway sets to hit the streets of Milan in high-waisted shorts, a crop top and gorgeous heels. Think she might be having a little fun?


Shoes Sunday: Fall Colours and Trendy Oxfords

 Shoes: Clarks / Bag: Cambridge Satchel Company

Leather is perfect for fall – versatile, durable and warm. The best part is, by experimenting with different colour accessories, you’ll be able to capture the essence of fall fashion. These Clarks Hamble Oak Oxfords work great with this Cambridge Satchel Company Leather Bag. The mixture of red, green and brown makes us nostalgic for pumpkin-spiced lattes and picnics in the park! :)

Sexy Saturday: Exotic Neoprene Fit And Flare Dress


This Faustine Neoprene Dress from Hale Bob is the perfect way to turn heads tonight. The slender fit, exotic design and flared bottom will look incredible as you strut into a friends cocktail party. Better watch your step though – you’ll be navigating around all the jaws hitting the floor!

View this Hale Bob dress on spread (here) or by interacting with the image above.

Learn To Dress Like Derek Jeter

Derek Jeter, GQ Magazine

The whole world was watching as Yankee’s infamous #2 took his final at bat, hitting a walk-off single to win the game. If you weren’t watching the game on Thursday, it’s okay! Because despite not being a baseball fan, you’re one of millions that praises Jeter for his good looks and style. The future hall-of-famer did a photo shoot for GQ Magazine, wearing a cashmere Prada sweater, Diore Homme jeans, a Tom Ford belt, and a Movado watch.

Although few can hit a baseball like Mr. Jeter, with the help of platforms like spread, you can definitely dress like him! Try searching for any of the above mentioned brands here.

Fashion Friday: Dress To Impress With This Stunning Piqué Knit Coat


Every season you explore through countless department store racks in search for the perfect winter coat. Just as you find the perfect colour, it turns out to be the wrong fabric. Find the right fabric? God forbid it would actually be tailored to fit your body (especially for the price they’re asking). Well Nordstrom just might have the answer to your prayers.

This Milano Piqué Knit Coat from Nordstrom’s St. John Collection has a three-quarter length cut, offering an elegant silhouette while providing a long layer of warmth on chillier days. It’s tactile fringe trim and textured topper are designed to beautifully skim the feminine figure.

The coat can be viewed (here) or by clicking the image above.