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Distressed Denim + Tailored Silk + Crepes

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While summer is in full swing and cut-off shorts are most definitely still all the rage, pairing them with more structured pieces can definitely add a little extra flair to a pair of shorts that is otherwise normally considered a more festival appropriate piece.  The structure in the cut and tuxedo tail of this stunning Rag & Bone top works perfectly with the shorts to contrast both its colour and shape.  Just like I’ve mentioned in previous posts, I love pairing things unexpectedly; therefore formal shaping in this silk top and cut-off jean shorts could not be more fitting.

The setting of this shoot was also another surprise of ours to find on our continuous efforts to try as many of Montreal’s food trucks as possible! With crepes on our minds, we headed to the Creperie Mobile located right next to the McCord Museum with this fun décor to enjoy a quick and delicious lunch.  With both sweet and savoury crepes on the menu, we chose one of each to give these guys a fair test.  The sweet crepe was a Nutella and banana crepe which did not let the classic combination down.  My crepe selection however was much more of a risk with spinach, strawberries, goat cheese, sesame seeds, and maple syrup!  Boy did it ever pay off though.  Designed much more like a sandwich, the crepe was like a thin, sweet version of bread and the healthy insides made you feel less heavily filled than a sweet crepe.  On their own I could have polished off multiple of these crepes themselves because they were that good! Another must-try to add to anyone’s list.


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