Let’s Face it – We’re B!tches to Each Other…

 …and I’m not the first to write about this.  Yes, ladies, we’re mean.  We hate each other and we’re often WORSE to one another than men are to us.  Most of us grew up hating our mothers criticizing us for… Continue Reading

Do You Have a ‘Regular Look’? I Do!

I don’t profess to having a daily “uniform” a la Carolina Herrera or Mark Zuckerberg – as in I don’t wear the exact same thing daily.   However, I have a go-to “look” which changes depending on the season.  When it’s… Continue Reading

Happy 2017 and an (Eventual) New Look!

DelectablyChic!  will be more personal this year.  Things have been changing for me – focusing more on philanthropy advice than attending events, for example, has made writing more than once or twice a week more difficult – especially when it… Continue Reading

TTC/National Ballet of Canada vs. Body Image Shows Our Lack of Interest in the Arts

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By now, everyone in Toronto has heard about the TTC “We Move You” ad, featuring the National Ballet of Canada, which has caused controversy among many body image activists.  The latter are saying the dancers project a negative body image,… Continue Reading

That Fabulous Life of a Blogger

…NOT!!!  I’m no influencer.  I’m pretty much just some person from Toronto who runs a blog – just like hundreds of others in the city.  I don’t even get invitations to the so-called “coolest” parties.  I mostly apply for media… Continue Reading

Diversity and Kids of Immigrant Families

Recently, OMNI Television, a network of stations catering to a diverse ethnic community, started a campaign, asking the federal government and CRTC in Ottawa to offer the channel to all Canadians across the country and not just in certain communities. … Continue Reading

Booths/Markets, Installations and Open Houses: Suggestions for Canadian Designers

With Toronto Fashion Week gone, many media are suggesting that this is time for Canadian designers to start anew, to create ways to present their collections THEIR WAY, rather than a more “traditional” runway.  As a blogger, one of my… Continue Reading

Old Fashioned, On Social Media

Recently, I’ve found myself unfollowing many of my social media friends.  I’m technically still “friends” with them on Facebook, but I’ve just eliminated them from popping up on my feed.  It’s just that I can’t stand their perspective anymore –… Continue Reading