Allison Lang is sharing her love for outfit planning after attending Canada's biggest music festival.
The Canadian amputee — who was born without the lower half of her left leg — took to Instagram Monday with a note on content creation and fashion.
Last weekend Lang attended Osheaga, the music festival held in her hometown, Montreal.
"A fun fact about me is I love to plan outfits," Lang penned in the caption. "I love to pre-plan far before an event is to even take place. I think that’s why I love content creation so much and working with brands in styling their new clothing launches."
She revealed in the caption she might start her own clothing line one day. But in the meantime, she wanted to remind her followers that wearing "what you want" is the "best form of expression."
Lang added that for the blue set look, which she wore on the second night of the music festival, she had also "planned to string lights" around her prosthetic leg, but forgot to bring the lights along.
I used to hide my leg, but now it’s become my greatest accessory.Allison Lang (Instagram)
Nonetheless, she said the weekend was all about creativity and expression.
Her followers adored the look, with one commenting, "This set is so freaking cute." Another added, "You nailed it! Love this," along with a fire emoji.
The influencer shared her other two Osheaga outfits over the 3-day festival.
On the first night, Lang paired a lace black bralette with H&M's lace black pants.
She also wore chunky black Dr. Martens boots, a chain belt and sunnies.
After donning a bright blue set on the second night, Lang switched up the colour palette for the last night.
Lang wore an H&M white bralette and a white Zara maxi skirt with a slit, showing off her "greatest accessory," her prosthetic.
She paired the white fit with a denim Zara vest and sunnies.
"There’s nothing I love more than being surrounded by good company & listening to great music," Lang wrote in the caption, sharing her Osheaga experience.
"I feel blessed to call this city my home."