This Edit has been shot in support of Sainte-Justine’s Ball, who’s taking place at the majestic Windsor Ballrooms on March 18th. Tickets aren’t expensive, location is magical and just wait to see the super crowd who’ll be attending. Buy your tickets here, dress well and see you on the dancefloor!
” I love Tiffany T. I’ve got my ring for my birthday, I can’t not wear it” Amélie B. Simard was looking over the accessories table with Superstylist Maude Boisjoly. She had her first look on: a long and powerful Versace Dress Maude picked at PRFKT and Manolo Blahnik from Browns. After trying out few pieces, she opts for ear cuffs. Amélie had a certain sparkle, a natural elegance elevated with grace, femininity and sophistication. Her Joie De Vivre explains her implication as an ambassador for Ball Sainte-Justine, formerly called Mont-Royal Ball. The event, who expects around 1500 guests, is the annual rendez-vous for millennials, young professionals, celebrities and influencers. There is something very cool and laid-back about the event where many women sport effortless chic dresses and outfits (but ladies, we know there is nothing such as effortless for chic 😉 ), and men get as dapper as we wish to see them.
And talking about effortless chic and ball looks, Maude concocted 3 looks for the cool-girls , who love to mix fashion trends and timeless feels. Dressed in a playful deep floral dress and ankle boots, Amelie arrived on set for The Montreal Fashion Blog shoot in high spirits, joyful vibes, ready to rock all the fashion trends we threw her way. But yet again, the actress is a natural. Keep Scrolling to see the looks.
Photographer: Michelle Gagné
Hair & Makeup: Charlotte Flannery ( with Dulcedo Artists)
Stylist: Maude Boisjoly (With Dulcedo Artists)
This was my favorite look. The Yves Saint-Laurent Woman with a Moschino twist. The classic feminine suit piece with a sparkling twist that make it more playful and suited for a ball. Mixing textures is a fun way to add sophistication to an outfit, I really loved how the satin added softness to the sequined blazer, the result is ball-perfect!
Credits: Moschino Vest from the boutique PRFKT; Laurel Sequined Scarf from PRFKT; Mèche The Label Satin trousers; Manolo Blahnik crystal shoes from Browns Shoes ; Jessica McClintock clutch from Browns Shoes; Expression By DCK rings.
If you’re going to wear a dress, wear one that has movements. For the Sainte-Justine Ball who will take place at the Windsor Ballrooms, where we shot this edit, pick a dress that is as majestic as the location. Amélie wore a classic Versace, and when she was walking towards the photographer, on the hall, we couldn’t help but sight at the beautiful vision of her dress floating behind her. She was a reminder of Charlize Theron ad for Dior… Ouf, now, I really can’t wait for the ball!!
Credits: Versace Dress from PRFKT; Manolo Blahnik Shoes from Browns Shoes, Ear cuffs & Rings from Expression by DCK, Tiffany T ring by Tiffany & co.
I call this look the Chloe Girl. The key here is to play with a masculine nonchalance and elevate it through the texture of the pieces (satin, in this case). The fur adds a certain finish that immediately adds sophistication à la Anna Karenina.
Credits: Paul & Shark from PRFKT Boutique; Mèche the Label satin trousers; Brown Shoes Manolo Blahnik’s shoes; Mèche The Label necklace; Faux Fur from Mèche the Label; rings by Expression by DCKChemise. Tiffany T ring by Tiffany & co.