Shops: Oak + Fort, Toronto

I first discovered Oak + Fort in Vancouver and am so excited that they’ve opened in Toronto today! The Queen Street pop-up shop will be open for six months {until a permanent location in the neighbourhood opens up} & another location will be opening at Shop at Don Mills on April 15.

My current favourite Oak + Fort dresses…

Oak + Fort1. Dress 3010, 2. Bar Charm Necklace, Oak + Fort; 3. Gladi-B shoes, Hugo Boss

Oak + Fort1. Dress 3017; 2. Choker with Pearls, Zara; 3. Gigi sandals, Sam Edelman

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Finds: adidas by Stella McCartney for Spring

It’s always a happy day when I notice new adidas by Stella McCartney items online. Workout clothes are rarely fun and I love the femininity and detailing she incorporates into her designs. On my list…
adidas by Stella McCartney

Photos: 1. Run Performance Tank; 2. Essentials Sweat Pants; 3. Florisuga Ballerina Shoes; 4. Big Gym Bag, Stella McCartney

Bake: Cinnamon bun French toast

I made a batch of peach cinnamon buns the other day and used some to try making baked French toast…delicious.

1. Place a cinnamon bun into a ramekin; mix 1 egg with a splash of milk & pour over the bun. Let soak for a few minutes.Step 1: Cinnamon bun French toast
2. Pour off the excess milk & egg mixture.Step 2: Cinnamon bun French toast
3. Bake at 375 degrees for 30 minutes & enjoy!
Step 3: Cinnamon bun French toast

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Dinner: La Lucciola, Seminyak, Bali

The perfect end to my getaway: My last night in Bali was spent having dinner on the beach, watching the sunset. Great food & an amazing oceanfront view at La Lucciola

La LucciolaLa LucciolaLa LucciolaLa LucciolaLa LucciolaA few tips & things I learned during my Bali trip:
- A visa needs to be purchased upon arrival {$25 USD, you can pay in other currencies}. It’s part of the customs process & is pretty straightforward, you can’t miss it.
- Bring some US money. Indonesian rupees are the country’s currency, but the preferred alternate seemed to be US. My debit card worked in the ATMs there, but they were hit or miss. Some worked for me, some didn’t. Also, 1 million rupees sounds like a scary amount to withdraw, but it’s about $100 CDN.
- Renting a moped is a popular way to get around, but if you are like me and don’t enjoy driving, hiring a driver is easier. {Bali Joe was really reliable & affordable}

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