How We Dressed Divalicious

It was a blast planning Divalicious 2 with our pals at DivaGirl Inc., but among the many decisions we made while coordinating the details, the hardest decision definitely had to be our looks for the evening. We wanted to look stylish, wear our corporate colours of hot pink & purple with pride, be a little bit sexy and really embody the theme, Divalicious. Achieving this was easy… but only with a little help from our fashionable friends!

DivaGirl prez, Laura, wore the very gorgeous asymmetric contrast bandeau dress from TFNC London by Studio Beba in fuchsia and black only $115. Find it at Guys & Dolls, 803 Queen Street West.

I wore The Convertible Dress “Part 2” from e-tailer, My Little Secrets in a deep purple hue. The dress retails for just $65 and can be worn at least 8 different ways!

For accessories, we definitely wanted to make a statement. I wore dangly  Adrienne Mixed Chain earrings and the Bardot Spiral Cuff bracelet that were just $45 and $59 each from Stella & Dot. Check out Stella & Dot later this evening at The Spoke Club where it will be featured alongside UniqArte in a very exclusive Shopping After Dark event.

Laura wore her own earrings and bracelet but donned a custom-made feather fascinator by Sweet Threadz that was way more sultry than sweet. Similar styles start at just $25 in their Etsy shop.

The piece de resistance was our hair, graciously styled by the geniuses at Brennen Demelo Studios just a few doors down from The Roosevelt on Adelaide Street. Brennan and Justin worked their magic and we both adored the final results. There I am with Justin below.

And voila! Here are the final results…

The biggest of thank you hugs to our sponsors at Studio Beba, Stella & Dot, and Brennen Demelo Studios for helping us get glam for Divalicious 2.

P.S. Thanks to The Stiletto Twins for blogging about Divalicious and snapping my new fave profile pic 🙂

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