It has been chilly and everyone in Toronto is waiting for spring to stay, not act like a confused boyfriend. I’ve been doing lots of running around. For those who follow me on Instagram you will have seen that my children, niece, my sister (who isn’t in any of the photos) and I were at Cityline filming a segment. It was so much fun and a great experience. I had my make up done by Tracy Peart (Tracy Moore’s make up artist), sat in Tracy Moore’s chair and the application was flawless. You need to follow this woman on Twitter and Instagram @TracypMakeup.
Tracy Moore charmed my children, my sister and my mother with her kindness and open nature, I’m one of her biggest fans (my daughter let that one out of the bag). She is absolutely lovely, inside and out. My oldest son said the highlight of his day was taking pictures with Tracy (true story, if you knew him you would understand). My first Cityline segment should air on April 30th. It was an absolute pleasure to be part of that program.
While I ran around doing my pulls for the segment I opted for casual and functional. Running around selecting clothing and shoes for TV sounds easy but the entire process is exhausting and loads of work. Not to mention my legs hurt, but I love doing it and can’t wait to do it again. I swear sometimes I complain just to hear my own voice.
I opted for leather and Converse shoes. Instead of jeans I wore those great grey Gap pants I was raving about here.
Wearing: Jacket, Maje || T Shirt, Gap || Pants, Gap || Shoes, Converse || Scarf, c/o Addition Elle
I hope everyone has a great weekend!