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    | Dress: H&M Trend  |  Boots: Isabel Marant  | Top: Chinti & Parker  |  Bag: Chanel  |  Blazer: Club Monaco | 
    With the boho trend in full swing, I have to admit, my sometimes more sophisticated approach to style has gone right out the window as I long to embrace my inner flower child.
    One of my favourite parts about summer is that you can just throw on a breezy dress and look instantly put together. Meanwhile in winter, my wardrobe options suffer as I alternate between snow boots and puffy parkas (all totally necessary) but it can often be challenging to stay chic while keeping warm. One of my favourite pieces is the maxi dress, which can be worn with statement jackets and fun booties, alike. 
    Seeing as Winter is still here to stay in snowy Canada might have had something to do with this sudden urge to move away from the classic black outfit combos, but I think it had more to do with wanting to dress in a long maxi, statement and a tan suede boot,  my ultimate chic winter look. Whimsical, sweet, young and free! To be practical, I layer heavy leggings or tights underneath the dress and on top, I match with my coziest cashmere jumper. Yes, layers under and/ or over are still required, and even with the bulk, the floor length makes me look instantly more dressed up and so unexpected for everyday in winter.
    Winter has always been my favourite season to get inspired. Cozy up next to the fireplace and then wander into town to shop and eat before ordering hot chocolate with marshmallows to watch the early sunset. Dressing for both comfortably is the key. Maxis make for the perfect unexpected winter look, and they're my go-t- for those beach to dinner days. Polish the outfit off with a pair of subtle boho booties like Isabel Marant Dicker Boots and you'll look like a proper boho girl.

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