Fashionotes Stylecasting TIFF event: Outfit Post


          Last Saturday, I was invited to Fashionotes exclusive TIFF event called ‘Stylecasting‘. Hailed as an event for the fashion, film and art lover in all of us, it was a beautiful event held at the Studio, on Nelson Street in Toronto. 

          Fashionotes went all out on this one. Held in a revamped ‘model’ home, complimentary Motts Clemato Ceaser’s, champagne, and Pop chips were doled out to all event-goers. I wonder if the actual home comes with a DJ booth in the living room? 

          I was a little wary of what to wear. Seeing as it was both a Fashionotes and TIFF related event, I knew it was going to be fancy. 

Dress: Rubber Ducky Backless Dress
Shoes: Diba black booties 
Clutch: Dynamite Gold Clutch


          I picked up this gem of a dress on a random work/lunch hour trip to my nearby Marshalls. It was really such happenstance that I came across this dress – I found it a couple days before the actual event.I really wish I took a picture of the back of the dress. It was completely open, and I thought it was a good splash of skin, considering the front was completely covered. I especially loved the lace pattern, with the touch of sparkles throughout! I wouldn’t think lace and sparkles would work so effectively, but I was surprised. Side note though: it came with shoulder pads. I HATE shoulder pads. I cut them out though, and my problem was solved! 


          Here are two other pictures from that night! Both are with my good friend Kathryn, who looks gorgeous in her white sparkle dress! 


Both Photos Courtesy of Kalen Hayman

It was an absolutely tremendous night, that just happened to be topped off with a spontaneous meeting of Alexander Skarsgard and Joseph Gorden Levitt! A lady couldn’t ask for a better night! 

Thanks to Fashionotes for throwing such a remarkable party! 



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