After being cancelled in 2016 as a result of the withdrawal of IMG Canada, the Toronto Women's Fashion Week (TW-FW) was relaunched this year. The week (or weekend I should say) kicked off on Friday, and following the success of the men's shows earlier, we were more than excited to get this going as well.

 
 
Even more exciting was the fact that I was finally able to attend this time - for the benefit of those that didn't read the previous posts (here & here), I was M.I.A. during the men's round - and, in addition to getting there right as the show began (slightly late if we're being honest), we were also able to get in for free!
Toronto Women's Fashion Week (TW-FW) Day 1
We were literally all smiles!
We attended just one show from the day's line up because, we felt of the list of them, he had the best collection and was most likely to put on a great show, and boy did he! Anyways, more on the show itself later on, now on to our outfits. 
Lorietta pulled up in a lovely pink oversized sleeve sweater, matched with black palazzo pants, white heeled sandals, and a white purse to complete the outfit. 
Toronto Women's Fashion Week (TW-FW) Day 1
Toronto Women's Fashion Week (TW-FW) Day 1
She was going for a simple yet chic look, and she pulled it off perfectly.
Toronto Women's Fashion Week (TW-FW) Day 1
 
 
 
 
 
And, of course, she had her flats tucked somewhere in that purse. 
Toronto Women's Fashion Week (TW-FW) Day 1
Toronto Women's Fashion Week
While I, chose to play it safe on this my debut at a fashion show with a baby blue oxford shirt accessorized with a wine and gold cravat, beige pants, brown single monk strap loafers and a dusty pink blazer to top it off (the choice of pink from both of us was a very happy coincidence). 
Toronto Women's Fashion Week (TW-FW) Day 1
Toronto Women's Fashion Week (TW-FW) Day 1
Toronto Women's Fashion Week (TW-FW) Day 1
Toronto Women's Fashion Week (TW-FW) Day 1
Toronto Women's Fashion Week (TW-FW) Day 1
Toronto Women's Fashion Week (TW-FW) Day 1

We saw the last show of the night (by 10pm), so you can imagine getting pictures of the outfits was always going to be hard, even indoors. The lighting in the venue, coupled with the amount of attendees, wasn't playing to our favour at all, but thanks to some ingenuity and sticking behind after everyone left, we prevailed and were able to take a reasonable amount of pictures. 

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