As health has steadily become more of a priority to me as I’ve grown up, the old adage that breakfast is the most important meal of the day has become more and more important to me too. It really does set the tone for my whole day, including how my workout goes, how productive I am and how I feel in general—given how important it is to me, I’ve developed some surefire strategies so that I get in as much nutrition as I can in the most delicious way possible, something Oasis’ Nutrisource line is perfect for! Click through to read more about the line and to get two recipes to try!
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I slipped on a piece of ice at Granville Island so needless to say, as beautiful as it’s been outside lately (and as happy as I’ve been to take any opportunity to get rid of my winter coats) some light layers are still definitely a necessity. I find myself gravitating towards basics more than ever around this time of year so having something like a beautiful printed spring scarf not only adds some visual interest, but it’s giving me some necessary warmth too! Today’s third and final spring scarf post with Aritzia is all about the quintessential blanket scarf, plus a handy little video to give you a quick tutorial on how to tie all the styles I featured this week (kimono’s here, pretzel knot here). Click through to see it all!
Scarf c/o Aritzia, J.Crew heels & dress (c/o),
You've gotta love a piece that does double duty. I've mentioned a few times now how much I love scarves for their versatility (see yesterday's post for a pretzel knot how-to!) but out of all scarf styles, the square scarf is likely the hardest working one (maybe only second after the blanket style). Whether worn casually draped around the neck or folded length-wise into a loose knot, you can literally wear it a million different ways, though I have to say I'm particularly fond of this breezy kimono style, especially when it comes in a stunning print (with tassels!) like this Aritzia beauty. Click through to learn how to achieve the kimono look!