Categoriesdenim · dressing · Slow Fashion Outfits · trend

Torn

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 At about the same time as Natalie Imbruglia wrote her catchy tune, ripped and baggy denim was having a moment. I didn’t like the whole grunge look then, and I still claim to not like it now. It could have been because I was in that horribly awkward not-a-girl-not-yet-a-woman phase (thanks, Britney) where no matter what … Read more Torn

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Coats Come And Go but Camel is Eternal

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If you’ve taken the occasional dip into the fashion blogosphere, or jumped down the rabbit hole of #ootd on Instagram, you will no doubt find the fashion set sporting their favourite outerwear. And it’s quite the show; this year, coats came in a plethora of eye-catching options including some colourful faux fur, standout prints, and bright colours. … Read more Coats Come And Go but Camel is Eternal

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What To Wear Where: Ottawa Wine & Food Festival

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If you live in Ottawa, you’ve heard of the Wine and Food Festival. It is an amazing culinary event that gets errrbody out of their houses and into an exhibition space filled with restauranteurs, sommeliers, amazing culinary experiences and good fun. People dress up for the occasion, which always makes me happy because I believe … Read more What To Wear Where: Ottawa Wine & Food Festival

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Accessory Special: Tamara Steinborn

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Ottawa is full of creative people whether we want to admit it or not. Tamara Steinborn, creator and co-owner (along with her partner Nathan) of Wunderkammer in the Byward Market is one of those gems who most would think has an uber cool studio somewhere in Brooklyn surrounded by hipsters making their own soap. Naturally, … Read more Accessory Special: Tamara Steinborn