Today’s post is about lazy days and desserts, which in my life are hand-in-hand. The other night I went to one of my favorite dessert places for custom cookies, cappuccinos /chai lattes and played around with the camera. I am still learning how to use it: P
This time around, I would like to share with you five of my favorite dessert places in Toronto. I am a huge dessert lover and we are always on a hunt for a new spot.
I’ve been going here since grade nine and will never stop. Their desserts are heavenly. You must try their crepes! This place is always packed on weekends but the wait is usually short.
You can make your own customs cookies. If you’re a cookie lover, this is the place. It is a cute place to spend the night sipping on your coffee and munching on fresh made cookies.
Dest cupcakes in Toronto. Similar to Magnolia Bakery in New York, except I like their cupcakes more.
Nadege is a French patisserie with the best macaroons ever. Very Parisian-chic with a modern spin!
Gourmet desserts with a very luxurious experience. This is the place for desserts and amazing cocktails.
I am wearing:H&M Tank Wilfred Sweater (from Aritzia) American Apparel Disco Pants Mackage Peaches Jacket Marc by Marc Jacobs Jumbled Logo scarf (from Revolveclothing) Marc by Marc Jacobs Miss Marc Earrings ( from Nordstrom Soho) Michael Kors Eagle Boots
As for my outfit, it was a lazy day and an even lazier outfit. There are times when I just do not feel like getting dolled up or wearing much make-up. This is my typical comfy outfit. No, it is not sweat pants (the biggest no-no for me). Instead, I prefer comfy jeans. In this case, I wore American Apparel disco pants, a loose top, and a scarf. Life is not a runwaybut dressing down should not mean sloppy and messy. Dressing lazy can be cute!
Wishing Everyone a Beautiful Valentine's Weekend!!!