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Suddenly Summer.

Well, as the title would suggest: Summer is here (and has been for some time). As always, life gets hectic and busy and the blog gets pushed to the side. Between travel, work, and courses extending into Spring term this year I am really happy to finally enjoy some laid back summer vibes. I’ve been really getting back into the swing of things and feeling rested once again. This has in turn opened my mind back up to all of my creative outlets. I’ve also been starting to get back into collaborating with my amazingly talented friends which has me very excited for the next few months.

The weather has been really all over the place this summer, and it can be hard to plan an outfit that lasts you the entire day. From blisteringly hot sun to sudden downpours, the weather is putting up a fight that seems to be hard to battle. I’ve ended up wearing a lot of different light/oversized layers in my attempt to keep the varying conditions under control. Starting off with a light tank and shorts, it is easy to throw on a huge shirt like the one pictured which I recently thrifted. Easy, comfortable, and with a color and fit perfect for summer this outfit has been a real go to. Paired with a woven belt, and antiqued silver and bronze accessories this look really embodies summer in my eyes. I wore my fringed suede Zara moccasins to top everything off, and these shoes have become a real favourite since breaking them out of my closet in February during my trip to California. I guess that overall the best way to sum up my style this summer is really bringing that laid back California back to Canada where I can live the dream for a few more weeks.

Along with the photos, I worked on a short fashion film which you can watch as well! :)

-Andrew

Tank: Top Man // Shirt: Thrifted // Shorts & Moccasins: Zara // Watch: Michael Kors // Accessories: Oak + Fort & Harlow

Thanks to Scot Allan for the photography!

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Love Is Blue.

While everyone was wearing pink and red tones to celebrate Valentine’s day, I chose to stick to monochromatic, denim-on-denim blue/black palette with accents of white and silver. It happened to be very cold in the city today, and I really just wanted to be warm. Also, my boots were a huge help in keeping me upright all day (instead of falling constantly). We’ve had a few days this week where the sun was out, and the snow was melting, but sadly it has all turned to ice as the temperature dropped back below zero.

Shirt: YSL // Pants: Cheap Monday // Vest: H&M // Boots, Shirt, Bag & Watch: Michael Kors

Styling/Editing: Andrew Eirich // Photographer: Adaire Beatty

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Concrete Jungle.

This look was all about neutral tones and natural textures. Combining the warm-brown, natural fur with rich, oiled leather boots, army green pants, and an ivory henley to create something really warm and downtown-rustic. I played around with mixing warm and cool tones, gold and silver hardware, and hard vs. soft texture to make this look something urban and utterly winter. It has been in and around the range of -40C for the last few days in Edmonton, so I made sure to dress for absolute warmth – while being careful to avoid overkilling the layers once I have shed my coat for a day of classes inside of the warm studios at my school! Overall, just right!

Fur Vest, Boots & Watch: Michael Kors // Pants: Zara // Henley: H&M

Styling/Editing: Andrew Eirich // Photographer: Adaire Beatty