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Not just another blazer….

My husband’s been enjoying his discovering journey to Canada and has been loving every moment of it. Seeing him discover my home and see the world I come from is so adorable and touching! He’s so cute and I can just put him in my pocket!!!


So…while on this discovery journey…how can I not take my husband to go apple picking?? I mean this is the ultimate Canadian tradition and he must follow in those foot steps. So we went on a little road trip to Saint-Eustache to a cute little farm called Verger Lacroix. We spent a few hours picking apples, walking around the farm and visiting the animals.


Although it was raining that day, we had loads of fun and went with the family…it was one of the best days we spent so far in Montreal.

I decided, even though it wasn’t the most appropriate place, to dress up kinda fancy…but in a casual relaxed way. I decided to incorporate some vintage in there and some thrifted items. Here’s how it came out.

This blazer is on of the blazer that my momma got me while I was’s such a cute piece. It’s an 80s Parisian satin blazer. It’s very comfortable and adorable to wear over anything. I can imagine wearing it over a fancy red dress!!! OOOoouuu, that would be so freaking cute!

PS: for those interested..I am putting this blazer up for sale on my Etsy store. A percentage of each sale goes to random acts of kindness!! *wink*wink*



BLAZER: 80s vintage ♥ JEANS: Thrifted ♥ SHOES: Converse ♥ BAG: Kate Spade ♥ NECKLACE: Vintage (from the 70s…my mom’s!) ♥ BELT: Calvin Klein










I thoroughly enjoyed taking pictures that day..I am not a photographer by any means but I love exploring and experimenting with different mediums and I enjoyed taking all the colors in and different textures. Nature is a beautiful creative space and I love that we are free to see and discover here at home.




Unfortunately, there are some places in the world where there are bridges and borders and some people are not as blessed as we are here in Canada to travel. This land is filled with amazing opportunities and I am truly blessed to be a part of it!  And I am very proud to show my husband around so he can also see what I see. Canada is a great place to live in!



Darbar | Montreal

There are so many amazing restaurants in Montreal and my friends and I are always up for trying the new ones that pop up here and there. We also like to try different types of cuisines to refresh our taste buds. So this weekend, my friend Jazz and I decided to go Indian. I will share with you some photos to make you drool and let you know my thoughts. It’s so not a restaurant review by any means!!! And even though I’m no food expert, I sure do love to eat, so without further ado, here’s what we ate!

On Blvd. Saint-Laurent

I was never the type to take risks with food, I was super picky and downright annoying. But something changed and my curiosity got the better of me…and it has been a little over a year that I decided to eat out to try different things. I tried Ethiopian, Moroccan, Afghan, Japanese, Chinese, French, Italian, Turkish and now Indian. I will not lie, I was a little hesitant due to the spiciness of Indian cuisine. I wasn’t sure how my tummy would react to this. Jazz had mentioned this restaurant to me and it totally peaked my curiosity when she mentioned we would be sitting on the floor. Then and there I knew I needed to try this restaurant out. Darbar is by far the best culinary experience I have had. You definitely get to experience a little part of authentic India…with the food, the seating, the music and the service.


First of all, I was ecstatic to try eating while sitting on the floor, it was something that intrigued me and I needed to get it out of my system.  I will not lie that the first few minutes were a little uncomfortable and annoying, but when I got the hang of it..MANN!! did I have fun 🙂

The service was amazing and everyone was so nice. The waiters were helpful and made sure I understood what I was eating. They were courteous and humble. I would most definitely give an A+ for service.

Jazz and I ate like pigs and enjoyed every minute of it. The food was delightful. Just delicious and overall yummyyyyy. The spices and dishes had my mouth party for hours!!!

Here are some pictures of what we ate…and believe me that these pictures don’t do the food any justice….OMGGG, I would eat there like everyday if I can…But I am sure my pants wouldn’t like that.


For starters, we opted for the samosas and the chicken tikka. They were both just brilliant and ugh!!! to die for. The samosas were a little on the spicy side, but they were served with cool yogurt to dip in. There were hints of coriander, cumin and curry…the combination of flavors was just an explosion in my mouth. The chicken tikka was equally delicious…although the texture of it bothered me a little…I would still eat it again. It was warm and appetizing. The chicken was cooked to perfection.

To cool down my mouth with the spiciness, I decided to drink up some mango lassi. It’s like a smoothies but less yogurty and thick. It was just the right amount of sweet..not to the extent of killing your eating vibes.

Since I was a beginner in the Indian food world..I decided to go for a dish that had a little bit of everything. Sort of like a small portion of 3 different dishes. It was called the meat Thali dish…which means it’s a selection of different dishes, usually served in small bowls on a round tray. The round tray was steel with multiple compartments.

The Thali dish had chikend Tandoori, BBQed chicken, veggies, rice, Nan, paperdhum and salad. I love love loveeedd the chicken…it was flavorful and exotic and just made me crave for more. It was well seasoned and cooked. The rice and salad were good..the nan..ugh…the NAN!! It was fresh, warm and just comforting. There was a little lentil mix that I wasn’t too too fond of..but other than that, the dish was just nom nomz all over.

Jazz decided to go with the chicken Balti.  This was curry cooked chicken pieces in a special wok (imported from India). Made with green peppers, onions, mushrooms, and tomatoes. I couldn’t taste it (I was saving place for dessert)…but she wouldn’t stop saying how delicious it was.

If I could describe the food in one word, I would have to go with fireworks. Literally!!! This restaurant is a major palate teaser. You have to be ready to be mind-blown by the mount of flavors in your mouth. I would for sure for sure go there brainer!!!


To finish off this culinary prostitution, we went with a Rasmalai. This dessert consists off rounded patties of fine milk curd that are cooked in syrup to create a unique texture (not the greatest texture in my mouth…but the taste made it better). The patties are then immersed in full cream milk and finished with a sprinkle of chopped pistachio nuts. This dessert was super light, refreshing and truly delicious. It was the perfect ending to the perfect dinner.

Overall, my experience with Darbar was more than pleasant. I am glad my friend Jazz convinced me to go there. The ambiance was exceptional and the experience was remarkable. I most definitely felt like I traveled to India. The staff was kind and the food was amazing..what more do I want.

If ever you’re in Montreal for a visit and looking to try out new food..well then do not hesitate to hit up Darbar. Trust me, you will not regret it!

I’ll leave you with a link to the restaurant info and menu:

Until next time!!

Cheers xo