My friend and Toronto-based entrepreneur Flerida has the answer to all your creative needs: Girls From the 6 at Studio1176. It’s a rentable space where you can shoot your latest #ootd, host a fabulous event or runway show and shop some of the coolest clothes I’ve seen in a while. She calls it “a space and a network to work within and beyond”. I call it, heaven.
The latest addition to Studio1176 would be the shoppable wardrobe by Girls From the 6. Flerida imports the best trends from the UK and sells them in colour-blocked bundles for the best price you’ll see all season. Your wardrobe can go from boring to on point in one single transaction.
I was lucky enough to be able to head over to the studio and try on some of the new arrivals to show you guys! Everything that I’m wearing in the photos below is available to buy and comes in multiple colours including: black, white, khaki and red.
For Girls From the 6 order inquiries email Flerida at email@example.com. Happy shopping!
Introducing Studio 1176: Your One-Stop Shop with Girls From the 6
70s inspired jumpsuit
This piece is so on trend right now. The 70s are back bigger than ever and you’ll fit right in with this disco-esque jumpsuit. I kind of felt like Karlie Kloss in that Versace jumpsuit when I was wearing this – you know, the white one she wore in the dance scene of the music video she was in?! That’s probably a bit of a stretch, but as long as you’re feelin’ yourself, it can’t be that bad.
White on white on white
I can’t believe there was ever a time in my life when I thought white didn’t look good on me (there was a time, shamefully enough). I am obsessed with white now! The more white, the better – as you can probably tell from these photos. Even the pineapple is white.
I think this is easily an outfit that you could wear to work (if you work in a fashion-friendly place) and then transform for post-work cocktails. Maybe add a necklace or dangly earrings? I’m not huge into accessorizing though so I’d probably just wear it as is. Less is more.
Multi-way party frock
I’ll admit, this was the first time I had ever tried on a multi-way dress before and was a little confused when I came stumbling out of the bathroom half naked and feeling half dumb for not knowing how to tie it. Turns out, you can tie it however you damn well want. Cool, hey?
This dress would be so good for a Christmas party or even New Years Eve. You and your girls could all get the same dress and tie it different ways. I want to see how creative you can get.
Crop top two piece
I was so happy about this two piece set because I hardly ever find tops that actually show off my rib tattoo! Purposely I got the tat in a hidden away spot but every now and then it’s nice to expose it. I also love this set because of the pants. So many 2 piece sets are skirts and tops and I’m over it. Pants all the way.
The curve hugging material felt super comfortable – like something you’d want to wear all day long. Who else changes into sweats or pajamas the second they get home? Well, with this outfit you wouldn’t even need to. Beat that.
Thanks to Studio1176 and Smith House PR for having me over to the studio! Looking forward to my next visit.
If anyone wants to check out the studio and see how great it is in person, head on over to 1176 St. Clair Ave West or contact MsFlerida@studio1176.com.