The Toronto Harbourfront has a certain charm in the evening hours. We've been experiencing a major heat wave this past week so when we contemplated where to do a shoot, automatically we were drawn to the nearest body of water. Although we'd prefer to dive into an ocean, or a lake up in cottage country, Toronto's harbourfront was actually pretty lax. The evening sun was just beginning to set behind the skyscrapers which resulted in a peaceful golden glow on the boardwalk. The light reflected beautifully off the water and sailboats glided through a long-awaited, cool breeze. We really enjoyed hanging out down there! Amsterdam Brewery also just opened up in the area, and it was the perfect place to end a day and drink a framboise beer (you must try this). Dayle was wearing a leather, textured skirt that she picked up at the recent Zara sale for 20 dollars. Deal of the century. Since she's looking forward to attending Osheaga in a couple of weeks, she busted out this festival-inspired top with a sunken, fringe-detailed neckline. Kendra is wearing a paperbag standard supply skirt by Marc by Marc Jacobs that she picked up in Seattle on a ten second dash through Nordstrom. It was a complete impulse purchase (NO TIME TO THINK! JUST BUY) that ended up being a great decision. The raw selvedge top edge, utility-looking waist tie, and tonal polka dots sealed the deal. Paired with an old black body suit and the most easy summer platforms to ever exist, it made for a great get-up on a day where the humidity almost drives you to insanity and you don't want to put in a ton of effort.
Dayle: Top; H&M (similar here or here), skirt; Zara (similar here or here), shoes; Forever 21 (similar here), sunglasses; H&M (similar here)