It’s coming around to that time of year that gives us an excuse to doll up and spend time with loved ones. Whether you’re going to dinner with a significant other or spending the night out with friends, Valentines day is an opportunity to spend the day roaming the streets and feeling your best.
Right Move Blouse
For the bolder and more experimental fashion connoisseurs, this outfit takes a loud and busy print, then tones it down to create casual yet sophisticated ensemble. The rambunctious vintage print is accentuated with ruffles and Victorian-inspired sleeves to create a statement item that can be styled to suit a variety of looks! I cinched the waist with a little grey asymmetric pencil skirt to add definition.
Smell The Roses Jacket
Simply Put Top
For those who shy from the traditional ideas of wearing a dress on Valentines day, or simply want to add a little warmth during the mid-winter, you can still look romantic and Valentines day-appropriate by playing with flirtatious colours, like red and pink. I styled this outfit around my absolute favourite light pink blazer coat whose long and structured shape creates movement in the overall basic outfit. Since I don’t want to draw attention away from the coat, I kept the rest of the outfit clean and neutral to compliment the pink, rather than distract from it. This button up respects the structure of the jacket while it’s shades of pink draw attention to the colour palette.
True Romance Blouse
The gingham print has left it’s mark the last few years as a staple spring/summer trend, however, that doesn’t mean we can’t break it out a few months in advance. The classic black and white check pattern connotes romanticism with it’s nostalgic summer vibe. The ruffles and baby-doll fit emphasizes femininity without seeming overly youthful. This can be worn as a top for taller wearers, or you can size up to style it as a dress!
Pro tip: A baby-doll dress is ideal for concealing the pound of pasta you’ll be ordering later.
Alexandra The Great Dress
As someone who just barely surpasses the five-foot mark, any opportunity to add height is beneficial. Vertical stripes are not only slimming but create length by concealing the beginning and end of the torso. This pink striped off-the-should dress is flirtatious with its open shoulder, but conservative with its sophisticated stripe pattern and long sleeves. I thought I’d accentuate the class of the dress by throwing a classic white duster to shield against the chill of winter!
Happy Valentines Day!
Gabby, Sales Associate, Hunnis Coquitlam
Images by Miranda Anderson
Ever feel like you’re always venturing over the bridge to get to the cute coffee shops? There are definitely a few local ones that will always have our hearts, but the new & instagrammable tend to be downtown – not to mention there are just more options on the other side of the Fraser. So when an adorable, well lit, well caffeinated cafe opened up in Clayton you bet we were stoked!
Last week, the only way to enjoy some snow was to head up to the hills (unbeknownst to us, the snow was coming to the valley) so we packed up our things and headed to Grouse Mountain for a snowy, winter shoot! There’s not much us BC girls love more than some pretty white lights amongst the backdrop of snow…
What’s more fun than dressing up & having a photoshoot with your bff?! Once a year we run a contest to spread the fun of our day to day Hunni lives and give two lucky customers a chance to be a Hunni for a day!
If there’s two things we love it’s a new fashion season and a whole lotta natural light. Thankfully, we have them both! Here are some of our favourite shots from our latest shoot at the Hunni’s office featuring new spring arrivals.
Over here at Hunni’ss we LOVE fall. Fall brings us all of our favourite things, corn mazes, pumpkin patches, colourful leaves and most of all, fall fashion. There isn’t a fashionista out there who doesn’t love cozy sweaters on a cool fall day, so we thought we would share a couple of our fall favourites with you!
If you’ve ever shopped in-store at Hunni’s, there is a good chance you ran into the two twin sisters behind it all once or twice. Yes, twins! When they’re not in-store, Christi and Danielle (or C & D to friends) are keeping up with their little ones or on a buying trip finding one-of-a-kind pieces for the shop. Read on after the jump to find out what trends they’re loving and what’s next for Hunni’s!
Bring out the pumpkin spice lattes & cozy sweaters, Hunnis! Fall has arrived! We recently took some of our new Fall favorites to Maan Farms, a local spot in Abbotsford that made for the perfect backdrop for a photoshoot! To see the looks, read on!
Earlier this year, we collaborated with one of our favorite Vancouver fashion bloggers – Bree Aylwin of The Urban Umbrella. We had so much fun working with her then that we’re shooting with her for a second time, just in time for Fall! Check out the fun shots of Bree walking the streets of Gastown after the jump!
As always, our latest photo shoot was a blast! Besides getting to show-off some of our latest Summer arrivals, we got to spend time at the oh-so cute coffee shop, Oldhand in Abbotsford! To see the pictures, click on the jump below!