Return of the Ascots

By The Starving Stylist on 9/26/2011

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Suit jacket: J.LINDEBERG. Shirt: ZARA. Scarf: VINTAGE CHANEL.


Truth be told, I don't like wearing neck ties—I find them uncomfortable and restricting, which is oxymoronic because I buy sale shoes two sizes to small all the time that are beyond binding and restrictive. So who am I to say what comfort is anyways.

Ergo, I choose to wear scarves tied as ascots instead. I have dozens of scarves, most of them silk. I love the versatility of them—They can be worn many sorts of ways, aside from being around your neck because I will tell you now, if I was to ever break my arm, I'm going to use my Alexander McQueen skull silk scarf as a sling. Just sayin'.


How would you guys wear scarves aside from around your neck?



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White on Labour Day

By The Starving Stylist on 9/05/2011

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Shirt: H&M. Jeans: AG ADRIANO GOLDSCHMIED. Shoes: FLUEVOG. Bag: MIU MIU. Belt: HERMES. Aviators: GUCCI.


It's an ol' school rule that you should not wear white after labour day, but I'm not really the type to follow rules because normality bores me.

If anything, fabrics in the closet should be re-evaluated first. Linens are the first to be packed away & to not see the light of day until next season—NO matter what colour they may be.

White dress shirts & blouses are obviously all year round, so don't fret about that. As for white pants, switch to a winter-white wool trousers instead and I wouldn't necessarily put away white denim just yet. Nothing looks ski lodge chic than white denim in the wintertime with a wool, chunky cozy sweater or turtle neck with some leather boots.


What's your take on white after labour day?





Photographs taken by Lily of Bleed For Fashion.

Any Press is Good Press

By The Starving Stylist on 9/04/2011

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In much news of the attention craving Starving Stylist, I was featured in this month's issue of Vancouver View Magazine! It may not have been a centrefold of the magazine and even though I had to share the limelight with three other bitches three other lovely ladies on the page, I certainly am grateful and humble to have been featured in the article along side with some of the city's freshest talents.

Pick up a copy at your local news stand or check out the feature online HERE.




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