What to Wear: Food Truck Date

Keep it casually charming (and comfortable) when you're on a walk-and-talk date at your favourite travelling nosh stop


Whether on your first date or your 100th, the trendy food truck stop makes the perfect addition to a romantic night. It offers inexpensive, tasty (occasionally healthy) bites and the stand-and-order set up means you can pick your own eating situation—perched on a park bench, stretched out on a picnic blanket or enjoying a slow stroll by the lake. Dress casual with a denim vest and tasseled or fringed leather bucket bag, then add colour with a printed chiffon skirt or pair of flowy trousers. Wooden block heels are comfortable and accentuate your legs, but a leather sandal or flatform work equally well. Mix and match the metals in your jewellery for a look that’s thoughtful but not too perfect.

Live in Toronto? Use to track some of your favourite food stops, including BeaverTails and Caplansky’s deli on wheels, Thundering Thelma. In Vancouver, 15 new trucks will be launching this season to serve up mac ‘n’ cheese, Belgian waffles and bubble tea.

Clockwise from top left: AllSaints Kiku Denim Gilet, $128, Smart Set long-sleeved challis blouse, $39, Ri2K leather bucket tassel bag, $157, Ella Moss kaleidoscope mini skirt in Pout, $178, Stella & Dot Luna wrap bracelet, $84, Club Monaco opal drop earrings, $50, Steve Madden Oppulant block heel shoe, $77,

Beauty Bite: A fresh summer scent, golden eyeshadow and hot coral polish are the perfect complements to your pretty-in-the-city ensemble.


Crabtree & Evelyn Somerset Meadow Eau de Toilette, $40, Benefit Longwear Powder Shadow in Gilt-Y Pleasure, $24, Estée Lauder Pure Color Nail Lacquer in Hot Coral, $25,