SUNDAY FUNDAY .
Whether we are staying at home to catch up on some fashion magazines, meeting friends for a yummy brunch or biking to the local antique market, Sunday is hands down our favourite day of the week, and the popular nickname 'Sunday Funday' seems pretty fitting. Toronto has such a great vibe on Sundays, with everybody kicking their feet up and relaxing. We love taking the day to stay casual and comfortable with our outfits but still have fun with the pieces you can't necessarily wear during the week. The fall is a beautiful time to layer up and stay cozy. We dreamt up our three favourite #sundayfunday activities and styled accordingly to share some of our styling secrets to look and feel great but always staying comfortable at the same time.
Do you have any #sundayfunday traditions? Or a go-to weekend look you love?
For our 'Mimosa Brunch' we paired a bold Charlie Jade blouse with a more casual army jacket and ripped denim and accessorized with some fun sunnies and a hat to keep the look fresh. We imagined hitting School or Mitzis in this look with a bunch of our closest girlfriends, ordering waffles and chatting the morning away.
For our 'Lazy Sunday' we were happy to pull on our comfortable Free People track pants with a romantic silk cami and casual denim. Especially with the winter coming we can imagine this look happening a lot, cozy is key but we still want to feel great, even in our own home.
For our 'Antique Market' look we imagined taking a solo date on our bicycle to The Junction Flea or St. Lawerence Market to hunt for some special finds. We paired a fun print like this Darling blouse with a chunky knit to stay warm and bright toque to add some popping personality. Spending the afternoon at the flea is such a relaxing way to end a busy weekend.