20160604-032A1343-Edit 20160604-032A2234-Edit 20160604-032A2264-Edit20160604-032A1784-Edit 20160604-032A2823-Edit 20160604-032A2968-Edit 20160604-032A2914-Edit 20160604-032A2453-Edit20160604-032A2161-Edit 20160604-032A1596 20160604-032A1477-Edit 20160604-032A1691i’ve been waiting for the coming of summer for what feels like too long. i just knew that our unusually mild winter had to be balanced out somewhere and it seems like i only ever get little glimpses of sunshine these days. if that is the case, though, there isn’t a more fitting time for the sun to come out than this weekend at field trip music festival in toronto, where, together with gap, we partnered to bring you some of our favorite festival looks to keep you inspired all summer long. i think that spending all day in the sun wanrrants a focus on ease and comfort. we moved into the thompson hotel on thursday to be closer to the festival grounds (literally a walk across the bridge) and have been taking advantage of being on the west side. the ability to walk out the door and be in the thick of one of toronto’s liveliest neighborhoods really spoke to me. i could easily get used to this, and every time we come back i find myself asking why we don’t live here yet. to get myself in that festival mood we took out a rented bike (courtesy of bateman’s bike co) for a spin around the neighborhood, the festival grounds and to get our bearings. the tire popped pretty much immediately, but that’s another story (follow on SNAPCHAT: ania_boniecka for all the live updates + previews before they ever make it to the blog), the show must go on, it was sweet while it lasted but we quickly moved onto discovering those hidden toronto gems. for a city filled with amazing graffitti there really is an endless supply of inspiration. stay tuned for a full re-cap and what i thought of the festival coming to the blog tomorrow! xoxo

wearing: gap off the shoulder top, crop kick jeans + lace up espadrilles

2 Responses

  1. Brenda W. says:

    Oh how I miss Toronto! Used to go there often as a kid when we lived in Ontario. Loved your post! Too bad that tire popped! lol sounds like a great time none the less!

    Brenda xx

    • Ania says:

      it was the loudest sound i have ever heard, we were right by fort york and i thought for a second it was a canon going off haha, then realized quickly it was the bike, it was literally just sitting there, we weren’t even touching it, parked it to go take photos lol

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