Dressing for the weather this month has been quite the challenge. We rang in the month with some pretty promising Spring weather, and then after a dip in temperature, some standard April Showers, and of course a standard April snow storm…. (wait.. what?!), the weather seems to be heading in right direction.
One of my favourite purchases so far this year has been a staple in my wardrobe this month. My clear raincoat from Long Tall Sally has been keeping me dry with all the wet/snowy weather we’ve been getting, and now that things are finally getting warmer, I don’t have to worry about covering up any of my awesome summery outfits! One of the best parts? The fact that these sleeves would keep dry even the longest of shirt sleeves!
Also, this entire outfit may or may not have been inspired by the endless amounts of Coachella photos that have been filling up my Instagram feed. One day I’ll be able to go and experience it for myself, and I’ll be prepared for any kind of weather with a badass raincoat like this one. Until then, I’ll just rock my festival vibes here in the 6ix for the summer. Who knows, maybe I’ll bring this look to our own Bestival in June!
Raincoat: TTYA x LTS Rain Mac
I’m wear a size 6.
Romper: Forever 21
I’m wearing a medium. I also don’t mind the ‘cheeky’ fit for beach/festival wear but wouldn’t recommend it to tall sistas who are looking for a slightly more conservative fit.
Flower crown: made by me!!
Umbrella: Blue Banana in Kensington Market, Toronto.
3 thoughts on “April Showers Bring May Flowers”
Adorable outfit! And that crown is beautiful!
Thank you so much! I was so happy with how well the crown turned out 🙂
[…] Day Two Top: Mindless Indulgence Mesh Set (with matching panty), Kiki Riki from Dollskill (fits small!!).. Shorts: second-hand One Teaspoon from Fashionably Yours (I wear them 2 sizes bigger than my normal).. Belt: O-Ring belt, from Dollskill.. Hat: Nicol Hats International, bought at the festival.. Boots: Diesel rainboots (not seen: I rocked my clear rain jacket from Long Tall Sally most of the day due to rain — seen HERE) […]