As the leaves change and the temperatures dip, it’s time to reevaluate your fall wardrobe. And if you’re planning a little down time downtown, it’s time to cozy up and pamper yourself.
Here are 8 items for the perfect weekend getaway in Toronto.
With fall climes drying out your complexion, pamper yourself with this one-use, rubberized masque that promises to brighten, nourish and detoxify your skin for a fresh from the facialist glow.
Nothing says downtown like the perfect smokey eye, especially one made just for The 6ix. Each shade name has been dubbed after a special Toronto place or phrase.
Cargo Cosmetics Chill in the Six Eye Shadow Palette, $46, available at London Drugs, Rexall/PharmaPlus and Lawtons across Canada
Embrace athleisure to the nth degree with this sleek floral bomber from Adidas. You’ll turn some heads while walking down Yonge Street, we can almost guarantee it.
All black everything is cool girl chic while roaming the streets, like Queen West and the hip Ossington strip.
Aritzia x Citizens of Humanity Aida Black Jeans, $268, Aritzia boutiques and www.aritzia.com
Match your sneakers to your stand out bomber for a fashion-forward take on sport chic.
Women by Common Projects Burgundy Original Achilles Sneaker, $605, ssense.com
IT’S GETTING HOT IN HERE
A heat tech turtleneck from everyone’s favourite Japanese retailer (new to Toronto!) will keep you toasty as you make your way from the AGO to the ROM.
UNIQLO Heattech Extra Warm Turtleneck, $29.90, available at the Uniqlo Toronto Eaton Centre and Yorkdale locations.
Support a local badass babe and one of her many philanthropic endeavors by grabbing a piece from Jenny Bird’s new collaboration with Far + Wide Collective. Each piece from the line helps to support Turquoise Mountain, an Afghani artisan group that hand craft all the pieces designed by Bird for this collection. The Sundance Choker will look super stylish over top of your turtleneck.
PACK IT UP, PACK IT IN
Walk around hands-free thanks to this luxe but practical waist pack by local designer Ela Aldorsson.