Suit yourself | Milan.

Processed with VSCOcam with f2 presetProcessed with VSCOcam with se3 presetProcessed with VSCOcam with f2 presetPhoto 20-09-2014 12 57 26 pmProcessed with VSCOcam with f2 presetPhoto 20-09-2014 11 52 41 amPhoto 20-09-2014 11 59 23 amPhoto 20-09-2014 01 06 41 pmSuit set: Chicwish / Loafers: ZARA / Bag: Celine ‘cabas’ / Necklaces: Shashi, Samantha Wills, Jennifer Zeuner

Playing “style chameleon” is kind of fun, no?
Being as flexible with your style as laffy taffy (god did I really just say that?) is both a benefit and a punishment. It’s great because you never stop having fun with your looks and dressing up in the morning is synonymous to putting on a new character for the day. However, when you’re travelling and you pack your 50 antagonistic styles of clothing, pulling looks is very, very difficult. So often I wish I had a vest with my outfit or a certain pair of shoes I left back home in Toronto. Honestly, most fashion bloggers travel more than me and seem to never have these issues. Howwww do you do it, people?

You’ll never see me in a suit, I’m so anti 9-5 that this look, in all seriousness, is quite comedic. The snazzy grey two-piece is from chicwish, and thankfully it was super affordable, which I appreciate if I’m playing with a new style or a trend I’m not fully sold on. I ordered a bunch of stuff from them so sorry if I overload you with their cuteness in the next few posts. Can’t help myself. I decided to embrace this new style for the first day of Milan Fashion Week, where I flew to totally last minute (flights booked like 10 hours before take off) and met up with Emma, a lovely stylist from Elle Girl magazine who I met in Moscow.

I just walked in my first LFW runway show a couple of days ago, which was such a dream come true. So much travelling is ahead of me, I can’t even keep up with myself and my plans. I honestly wish I had somebody by my side to help me organize my brain. Any takers?

Photos: Emma Kozlova