Posts Tagged ‘diy’

Introducing WEARWOLFE

Friday, December 21st, 2012

On me:
DIY cropped sweater (buy similar here or here), Wilfred t-shirt via Aritzia (buy here or wickedly dissimilar style here), Motel Rocks shorts (buy similar here), vintage Doc Martens (buy similar here)

On Justin:
Robert Geller shirt (buy here), Wings + Horns pants, Doc Marten shoes (buy similar here)

On Erixon:
Junya Watanabe jacket, Robert Geller sweater, APC jeans, MMM shoes


Today was a very exciting day. I managed to convince my handsome and well-dressed boyfriend Justin Escutin to start a style blog to help make noise around his up-and-coming clothing line +Wolfe. Typically, it’d take approximately four weeks to think of a name for said blog, but this one just popped into my head causing me to exclaim in excitement over how crafty I am. We named it WEARWOLFE. Get it?! It’s like “werewolf”, but with WEAR and the clothing line’s name!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Pat on the back, Bianca. Pat on the back.

Anyhow, it’s all up and running with one post from today, including better shots of Justin’s outfit, so click here for soon-to-come life-changing times and don’t forget to follow him on Bloglovin. Pretty please!

Now onto my part of the post! This morning while getting ready to run errands all day, Justin and I unintentionally cross-coordinated our outfits, leaving only one obvious option for our lives: take corny couple photos like the kind you see on Tumblr every other day on that random 14-year-old girl’s blog you follow for whatever reason. So here you have it, couple-y photos courtesy of Erixon Bernardo, who was either completely comfortable shooting us all lovey-dovey or was really good at hiding that he wasn’t. Thanks Young Erx for taking one for the team.

I wore a new top I got at Aritzia with abnormally deep gussets. I love it so much! It’s perfect for layering or being lazy all day. This time around I avoided the whole rolled-out-of-bed look and put on a sweater I DIY’d to be cropped a la Alexander Wang. I told you I was crafty!

Well that’s all for now! Toodle-loooooooo!!!

Tin Foil and Velvet

Sunday, December 2nd, 2012

(how much for that doggy in the window?)

Top: Urban Outfitters dress worn as a top with DIY’s tin foil dots (buy similar here and here)
Shorts: Wilfred via Aritzia (buy similar here and here)
Cardigan: American Apparel (buy similar here and here)
Boots: Tinley Road via Piperlime (buy similar here and here)
Beanie: Borrowed from my boyfriend! (buy similar here)


Oh hey, fancy meeting you here. Do you come here often? Probably not, I only just started posting again! Ha-ha I am so comical. Anyway, it’s pretty much Christmas break so I am FREE from the stresses of classes and PRISONER to the stresses of work, writing, photography, blogging, and design!!! Those are my favourite things.

Anyway, if you’ve been around these parts at all, you’ll have noticed that I’ve already done not one but two #MarcTheDot x collaboration posts over the past few months. This is my final look, and probably my favourite one, too! Unfortunately for me, I’ll never get to actually wear this outside of my living quarters. The top is not really the most practical thing ever; it’s thrown together using tin foil and scotch tape. Maybe one day I will have the time to purchase real sequins to sew on a mesh tank, but we all know this is never going to happen. I have so many DIY ideas dancing around in my head that they can do one of those fun flash mobs amidst the other busy thoughts in there. What am I even talking about right now?

Moving forward. I paired it with a new pair of shorts I got at Aritzia, and a lazy cardigan my boyfriend bought me at American Apparel. I’m also wearing my favourite boots of all time, soon to be replaced by the three new pairs of shoes I got at the Solestruck sale!!! I am being so bad with my money lately. But it’s the Holidays, so I am allowed.

Looking back on this post I’m realizing I’m the most scatter-brained person on the face of the planet. Just kidding, there are probably people worse than me. God bless their souls.