Monday, August 4, 2014

kick flare {downtown vancouver}



Tank: Kit & Ace; Skirt: Givenchy borrowed from The RealReal; Shoes: Zara; Clutch: Charlotte Olympia; Watch: Daniel Wellington; Necklaces: Jennifer Zeuner; Sunglasses: Target; Rings: Jennifer Zeuner, Alexa-Leigh

It's no secret -- I love me a good statement piece and this skirt is quickly becoming a fun go-to for evenings out here in Vancouver. It has the greatest kick flare movement when you walk (think flamenco-esque) that puts the perfect amount of dance in your step.

Have a few more days up north to explore -- if you have any recommendations for the area, please send them my way! We're considering heading up to Whistler at some point tomorrow, mainly because I want top hop on a seaplane but would love to hear your suggestions! :)




26 comments:

  1. The Givenchy skirt is simply stunning!!!!!
    XOX, Gap.
    www.gaptoothedgirl.com

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  2. Superb skirt!!! Love this outfit!

    http://lartoffashion.blogspot.com

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  3. That skirt is absolutely BEAUTIFUL!!! I always love your finds from TheRealReal :)
    xo, coco | millennielle.com


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  4. great skirt


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  5. great skirt ;]]


    i invite to me too

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  6. Such a lovely skirt! The print is gorgeous! Hope you have a fabulous time up north! :)

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  7. What a fun and fabulous skirt!

    My friend and I visited Capilano Suspension Bridge Park (http://www.capbridge.com/) when we were in Vancouver a few years ago. It was beautiful!

    x,
    K
    www.pumpsandpolkadots.com

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  8. Gorgeous outfit. Love the flare on this skirt.

    http://www.eyelikefashion.com

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  9. The Sea to Sky highway (from Vancouver to Whistler) is one of the most beautiful drives around, so I would recommend driving instead of flying.
    For food: Nuba (lebanese) or The Eatery (fun, fusion sushi) are two of my favourites.

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  10. So...are you supposed to put "c/o" or some other qualifier by clothes gifted to you? Or are we to assume you buy all your own clothes?

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    1. Thanks for your comment, Aaryn! The skirt is actually borrowed from The RealReal, but I definitely see your point here. I'll update it now so it's more clear!

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  11. Beautiful look Krystal.
    Martina xx
    Www.martinasmark.blogspot.com

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  12. The Salt Tasting Room for wine and The Flying Pig for dinner all in the Gastown area. We were just there for a wedding a couple of weekends ago. Such a great city! Oh, and USED House of Vintage a great spot for vintage finds.

    --Krista
    www.junkindiggingettinlost.com

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  13. Gorgeous skirt, such a great summer statement!

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  14. Vancouver is on my bucket list!! Love this skirt, such a fun staple piece!!

    Classy Chic & Chardonnay
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  15. The Givenchy skirt is stunning! Love the floral print! Such an adorable girly outfit!

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  16. Beautiful skirt! It looks wonderful on you.

    Michele
    www.prettysmartme.com

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  17. You are looking pretty in this outfit. i like your skirt,tank and necklace

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  18. Gorgeous skirt!
    XO
    Jeanne
    http://fashionmusingsdiary.blogspot.fr

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  19. You have to try Tuc Restaurant on West Cordova St. The food is delicious, the drinks are epic. http://tucrestaurant.com/

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  20. I might be too late for this, but just in case: go to Boa Bei in Chinatown, it's a really excellent mocern chinese restaurant. Also Bella Ice cream at Coal Harbour (although the lines these days are pretty ridiculous). I also love Fable on 4th avenue and Heirloom on 12th (vegetarian)
    As far as sight seeing, the sea to sky highway is definitely gourgeous.
    If you're looking for great view points of the city, drive up to the cypress look out, or take a quick 15 min hike to the bowen look out on Grouse Mountain. Dog Mountain (part of Seymour Mountain) is a great hike too (about 2 hours return) with a view of the city and beyond. Avoid the touristy Capilano suspension bridge and go to Lynn canyon instead - there's also a bridge but it's free, and you can hike down to lay on the rocks by the river. Deep Cove is also lovely and great for kayaking, or again, a quick little hike to Quarry Rock for a view of Indian Arm...And a little shopping address I love: C by Chelsea on 4th, off the beaten path, local designer with only few-of-a kind pieces of clothing and jewelry...

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  21. For drinks: the Pourhouse or the Diamond in Gastown, and I hear the Keefer (next door to Bao Bei) has a roof terrace (although never been). For amazing Indian food, go to Vij's on 10th...

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