Sarah Rutson : woman of style

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Sarah Rutson is the fashion director of the luxury store Lane Crawford. With her impeccable style, this woman of fashion has become a celebrity in the street style blogosphere. Her looks, from her accessories to her shoes, are always trendsetting and elegant at the same time. She truly is a fashion inspiration, and we just love seeing her latest outfits on the street style blogs, such as The Sartorialist, Jak & Jil, and Vogue – Street Style.

Here are some of her striking looks

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Shoe talk : Taylor Swift’s oxfords

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We all know Taylor Swift. No matter if we know her from her top-selling music or her famous media-crazed relationships, it is undeniable that the 23-year-old pop singer has become a style icon. She is well-known for her preppy and casual looks, and lately I have come to really enjoy her fashion choices. Among her chic dresses on the red carpet, her sleek hairstyles and her cute everyday looks, her footwear have caught my eye. Two words: oxford shoes! I’ve noticed in the last pictures of her that have been over-flowing on TV and in magazines that these shoes were recurrent in her looks. Wether she pairs them with plaid skirts, shorts, cropped jeans, or dresses, and sometimes they are sparkly other times classic, I just love how she wears these oxfords!

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New Anthropologie Store


Last december Montreal had the chance to see its first Anthropologie store open downtown. I went for the first time last friday and I was glad to see that behind the traditional 20th-century facade of Crescent street resides a 3-floor rustic and contemporary boutique. Customers are greeted with vintage shelves, wood floors, brick walls and antique chairs, which adds some charm to the shopping experience! … Let’s not forget all the clothes and home accessories that are simply exquisite! Definitely a place to see!

En décembre dernier, Montréal a eu la chance d’accueillir sa première boutique Anthropologie au centre-ville. J’y suis allée pour la première fois vendredi dernier et j’ai été agréablement surprise de découvrir derrière la façade de pierre de la rue Crescent une boutique à la fois rustique et contemporaine de 3 niveaux. Les clients sont accueillis avec des meubles de style vintage, des planchers de bois, des murs de briques et des chaises antiques, bref de quoi agrémenter l’expérience de shopping! …. Sans oublier les vêtements et les accessoires pour la maison qui sont siiii alléchants! Une place qui est certainement à découvrir!

2130 rue De la Montagne, Montréal /

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