Retro Teenage Witch Vibes OOTD

It’s been a great Summer. My first in Canada, and I love it. I feel like the seasons are really distinct here, and I have to say, Summer feels like a different event every week. This cute and retro outfit is what I wore to the Honda Celebration of Light, which is three nights over the course of a week where three countries compete to have the best fireworks display. It’s partly from Betty and Veronica and partly from Ardene, a brand I hadn’t bought from before.

Pretty amazing, right? I snapped this at the last day of Celebration of Light. I can’t tell you how much I love fireworks, especially when they’re on the beach and within walking distance of my house.

This and the top photo were taken at Mary’s On Davie, where we had an insanely good lunch, including this delicious rainbow layer cake. It was so good and so huge. Also, the milkshake in the top photo has Bailey’s in it…

Obligatory photo of blogger in front of wing mural. lol. But hey, they matched my handbag. I chopped the neck out of this tee and shortened it a little to make it an off shoulder. I feel like my small frame and curves can look swamped in crew neck tees. I love this shirt with 60’s era comic book Sabrina the Teenage Witch. It’s so cute.

  • Sabrina Unisex Ringer Tee $39.70 cad HERE and Sabrina Sunglasses $66cad (the red colour are no lnger available), HERE, Betty and Veronica, use code HERMIONE15 for 15% off.
  • Super soft leopard print leggings from Ardene, currently on sale for $6.45cad HERE
  • Core Life cream loafers from Hudsons Bay $20 HERE.

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