How many times do we buy a beautiful pleated skirt … and that it dies of boredom in our wardrobe? Often I would say. So here's a trick to wear it today and without feeling too much dressed up.

First of all, let's face it, a skirt does not have to be always chic. It can be an everyday garment. It seems that there are girls like me who have boycotted skirts from the age of 10 to 20 years olds and those who have can't stand it anymore since they had to wear one everyday as a school uniform will probably start wearing it again in only their mid-twenties. Why? It is so beautiful and so comfortable!

A beautiful way to wear the skirt if you don't like to dress in an ultra-feminine way, is to wear it with a simple cotton t-shirt or cotton. I'm not joking. It gives an effect of "I voluntarily deconstructed my look" that we adore. You can even dare it with a printed top or a big logo.

For today's look, I pushed the game even further by daring intense heels from La Canadienne. The latter are black with silver jewelry everywhere. This is the kind of shoes that no one will forget. Perfect for an evening out. You can change them with flat leather boots or sneakers during the day for comfort. Would you dare?

Today's sweater is from Boulevard that is highly inspired by Montreal  and its bilingual cultural scene. We love how each pieces remind us of Montreal and how all of them are also created in the city and printed in Quebec and the production is mainly made in North America. Our friends at La Ruche Blanche have also worked in collaboration with the brand, that say, this was how we discovered the latter.

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I'm wearing:

Sweater- Boulevard 

Skirt – Le Château

Pumps – La Canadienne

Location – Loews Hotel Vogue

MUA – Ann-Frédérique Tremblay 

Photos – Vikki Snyder

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