Yesterday I met up with my stylish mom to check out la grande braderie de mode Québécoise, but when we got there there was a massive line up that would have taken hours for us to get in and grab a deal on some designer goods from Birds of north America so we decided to goof off and snap as many pictures as we could in beautiful old Montreal instead. I forgot how beautiful it looks this time of year. My favorite monument is the "Jean Drapeau" statue, I love his pose and his glasses, don't you? Jean Drapeau was a very important man in the history of Montreal, he is the man behind the lovely metro and of course the famous Expo 67.
Mom was as cute as can be, by chance I had a coffee in hand for her ;)
The Montreal skyline from the hill
Down the stairs was where I had my wedding pictures taken and it was in the 1920's a farmers market and in the 1800's it was a place for military parades.
Montreal City Hall
Mister Jean Drapeau in all of his glory :)
Can you see the bird in the corner? That's magic ;)
I hope you guys enjoyed this post as much as we did shooting it, happy Fall everyone!
-Vintage 60s trench coat, thrifted
-Gap striped dress
-Vintage leather booties
-Vintage cat pin and H necklace