What I Wore This Week

A blonde woman is wearing a black cropped t-shirt, a vintage plaid skirt, and oversized leather jacket, Nike Blazers, and a vintage Gucci bag.
A blonde woman is wearing a vintage plaid skirt, and Anine Bing sweatshirt, sports sandals with socks, and a vintage Gucci bag.
A blonde woman is wearing men's vintage trousers, a red belt, a cropped sweater, Birkenstock sandals, and a vintage Gucci bag.
A blonde woman is wearing a black slip dress, a vintage Levi's jean jacket, a vintage Gucci bag, and Nike Blazers.
A blonde woman is wearing wide leg, cropped jeans, and oversized striped button up, a houndstooth handbag, and red mary janes.

Outfit 1 – Crop T-shirt | Vintage Skirt | Nikes | Leather Jacket | Vintage Bag
Outfit 2 – Sweatshirt | Vintage Skirt | Sports Sandals | Vintage Bag
Outfit 3 – Sweater | Vintage Trousers | Birkenstocks | Belt | Vintage Bag
Outfit 4 – Slip Dress (similar) | Vintage Denim Jacket | Nikes | Vintage Bag
Outfit 5 – Oversized Button-up | Jeans | Carels | Necklace | HandBag

Yesterday we went back to the massive antique market in Woodstock, Ontario. It is a bit of a drive but so worth it. It is housed in an old warehouse, so it has three massive floors of vintage and antiques (with a few newer things mixed in).

I suggest going early, as it is only open 10-5, and you need as many hours as you can get to go through it thoroughly.

I also suggest going on a day that isn’t excruciatingly hot because it is not air-conditioned and every floor you went up got hotter and hotter.

They had some huge industrial fans on the top floor, but it was still horribly hot.

I ended up with a vintage mannequin head with a repainting job, a display foot that stores use for shoes, and socks, and a 1959 painting of a cat by a lady named Norma.

The heat wiped us, but when we got home I spent until almost 4am setting up a products and service page on here.

I have been doing this for a very long time. I started my first blog in around 2007.

This one developed after Merle was born and has existed in some shape or form for the last 9 years.

My schooling is almost complete, I have two more projects and a final to complete, but I could do none of that and still pass because I am doing well.

This means I can officially call myself a personal stylist, so I have jumped ahead a bit and set up my site to reflect that.

It might not seem like it, but the stuff I do on here is very time-consuming, so in order to make a career out of it I decided to add some personal one-on-one services that will allow me to assist any styling requests that you may have if you are looking for something that is tailored specifically for you.

I changed my email to [email protected] because my other one is overrun by so much spam that I miss important emails, so I figure a fresh email is a good idea.

This is the email that I have tied to the products and service page and will be the email I use when working with future clients based on these services.

I also hope to add some products at another point when I can develop a better game plan in that area.

I am starting here though to see how it works out.

For each service I have limited numbers available as a start, just until I get my groove on and don’t bite off more than I can chew.

I will be adding more as I feel comfortable.

I want to thank you so much for your support over these years, and for helping me to get to where I am.

I truly appreciate all of you.

Stay safe.

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Sara is the founder and creative behind livelovesara. A George Brown College Fashion Styling Graduate, she provides advice on finding your personal style regardless of age and budget. She is always on the hunt for the perfect wardrobe piece and is a vintage and thrifting enthusiast who can't wait to share her newest finds. She is also trying to learn French.

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