What to wear to a wedding? This is all we hear this time of year, can I wear a black dress? Can I wear a white dress? What about off white? Is an open back appropriate in church? There are so many old traditions, so many new types of weddings and so many different cultures in Canada it’s hard to make just one dress code for wedding season. So we say wear what you love, something you think is appropriate for your wedding situation and if it happens to be white, add a lot of other colours and accessories so no one will mistake you for a bride.
By adding a bright belt or ribbon to define your waist and layering with a kimono or some kind of jacket or sweater will really transform a dress into an outfit, or a special look for a wedding celebration.
The perfect way to enjoy a sunny winter afternoon is to bake with a friend.
The novelty of a brisk winter walk or an afternoon of ice skating has worn off. A cup of tea or two and some Saskatoon Berry Muffins are the perfect way to spend a sunny winter afternoon.
We gathered the best ingredients we could find, fresh farm eggs, local(ish) butter (It’s from Alberta, a quick drive from here, practically local.)
Oh and Saskatoon Berries, we grew up picking buckets of these delicious berries and eating half the bucket while we attempted to gather enough to save for winter. Check out Photographer Gina’s website for our favourite recipe, click here for link.
We love the way the sun glows this time of year, it’s so warm and cozy inside and the perfect opportunity to try out our favourite sunny dress, and kimono, this lacy, fringed kimono is so special, it just begs to be worn every day.
Here are a few of our favourite Farminista things for a sunny winter afternoon…
These double sided pearl earrings are delicate, yet make a statement, especially if you wear your hair up to show off the larger pearl that sits at the back of your ear.
This simple bar necklace in gold is just right for everyday.