November 22, 2012

Rain Storm

Sweater: c/o Plenty | Blouse: Free People c/o Plenty | Jeans: c/o Big Blue by Plenty | Necklace: Stella and Dot  (similar) | Bracelet: c/o Plenty | Watch: Michael Kors | Clutch: c/o Plenty | Booties: Dolce Vita 

There is something so pretty about that glow after a big rain storm. Yesterday the sky just opened up and poured down and of course I was caught in it, which I was not too happy about, but at least it looks pretty after! Just maybe next time I won't get soaked in the process.

I'm in love with these jeans from Plenty right now, the perfect dark and skinny blue jean, not to mention they feel like leggings! So comfortable. One of the things I love about Vancouver is how it embraces it's local designers, I've mentioned before  how much I love to eat local, and now I'm trying to shop local lots too! What are some of your favourite local designers?



  1. youre so cute:)
    kisses from milano

  2. Love the delicate floral paired with a chunky knit. Very pretty Sarah!

    P.S. Is that OPI cajun shrimp I spot? My fave!

  3. That sweater embodies winter. I want it!
    Also - what colour are your nails? I'm a fan

  4. Love that sweater! And if you are wearing cajun am I! The gel one first ever go with gel and I'm loving it already. I chip my polish way too easy. Just found your blog btw, I'm from Van but living in New Zealand until Feb and your pictures make me miss the city like crazy!

    1. Thanks Chelsea! New Zealand must be amazing. It's so rainy here right now, you aren't missing much :) My nails are gel too! Although I'm not 100% sure of the name of the colour I chose. I'm addicted to it, your manicure lasts so much longer!

      Have a great weekend xo

  5. Local to me but not local to you - Dreamboat Lucy! They're based on PEI, and they are pretty awesome!

    In other news - this is essentially what I think of as the perfect fall outfit. skinny jeans, a pretty blouse and a super-cozy cardigan. Love it!

  6. You look so cute and comfy. I also love the glow after storms. They're lovely to photograph.