Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Our first editorial

We feel lucky and blessed recently to have been featured in some awesome publications, and particularly happy with our latest, the summer issue of Binky.

Binky: a lifestyle guide to the magic years, is an online magazine stylishly devoted to curating the best in fashion for babies, children, and mom, to interior design, to health, wellness, and eduction, and even the best in travel.

We are so thankful to be a part of the editorial feature of Anya Shor, "Must Have Essentials for the Effortlessly Chic Career Mom".  Our Yara Jumpsuit was featured twice in the editorial, with a backdrop of Anya's own gallery, the Neubacher Shor Contemporary Gallery in Toronto.

Anya Shor, a mom herself, is styled by the amazingly talented Georgia Groom, creating her a "mini wardrobe that would take Anya from day to night", and that's what we love about our jumpsuits.  Day to night, meetings to dinners out, hosting parties in between, the Yara jumpsuit looks comfortable, effortless, and cool on Ms. Shor!  Check it out below or here for the full issue.
(all images c/o binky magazine)

Thursday, May 7, 2015

We're in the Summer issue of FLARE!

Skip right to page 34 to find our denim tencel jumpsuit featured as a must-have for the festival circuit!  The beauty of tencel is it's breathable, anti-microbial, and has uv protectant.  Perfect for summer days turning into dancing nights!

Monday, April 6, 2015

Festival Season is here!

Festival fashion has never been more of a fashion show than now!  Coachella, Osheaga, Burning Man- these music festivals have become summer's impromptu fashion red carpet.  Years before it has always been about mostly the same ideas- lace, fringe, navajo, maxis, all done over and over again.  I would like to introduce a fresh outlook for a festival.  Modern, cool, and best of all a jumpsuit made of Tencel, a fabric that makes sense for dancing around all day in a big crowd in the hot sun!

Saturday, March 28, 2015


Yep, bumpsuits!  I didn't know of this term until finding an article on TheKit.ca, where Olivia Stren (a mother as well) coins and decodes what the bumpsuit is all about, and why it is so perfect for any pregnant woman!

Gone are the days of empire-waisted, flowy moo moo maternity outfits that make a pregnant woman look and feel even more enormous than they are.

I speak from experience.  During the summer of 2013 I was full on preggers!  Other than occasionally wearing my husband's khakis just under my "bump" (I refused to buy maternity pants), I stuck to form fitting outfits that hugged and celebrated my "bump".

Bumpsuits, like any other jumpsuits, are comfortable, easy to wear, and in this case, showcase the "bump".

Here are some suggestions of TAESSA CHORNY bumpsuits we would wear.
They have a drawstring waist that can sit below the bump, are made of natural fibres, which any pregnant woman knows, we need fabrics that breathe!  And best of all, you still will look feminine while you and your "bump" rock one!

The Stella Jumpsuit

The Bella Jumpsuit

The Yara Jumpsuit- the tie sits even lower than all the others, so will naturally curve to the "bump".

Monday, February 23, 2015

OSCARS Best Dressed

And the Oscar for best dressed actress goes to - Margot Robbie, in Saint Laurent.

She looks stunning, sexy, and glamourous.  She shows skin, but not too much like many others did.
Most of all, she looks comfortable, and not like she starved herself for weeks on end to fit into a size zero dress.

And the Oscar for best dressed actor goes to - Jared Leto, in Givenchy.

I don't think I need to state the obvious on his beauty.  The pale blue is awesome, the pink flower is adorable, his shoes rock, and he keeps his cool rock n roll look that we all love.

Photos courtesy of style.com