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The leaves fall, the wind blows, and the farm country slowly changes from the summer cottons into its winter wools.” – Henry Beston Toronto might not be farm country, exactly, but Beston’s quote sums up what’s happening outside. People are

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Just as I’m entering the tedious last few weeks of the third trimester when nothing is comfortable and my feet have the capacity to swell to twice their normal size (not quite, but you get it), these sandals arrived on my

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So the warm weather is here (can I even say that after one or two warm days? I’m proceeding with caution but I think spring is finally here to stay!), and it has serendipitously coincided with the start of another

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For the last six months or so, I’ve had the pleasure of working with Sanuk footwear as one of their Canadian brand ambassadors. Outside of their super cute, laid back styles, I’ve loved working with the brand for their social

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I bought this poncho more than ten years ago and thought I’d resurrect it for something a little different on the weekend (my pact to never give away anything I might wear again one day comes to the rescue once

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I have a funny memory about ripped jeans. I had just purchased my first pair of 7 For All Mankind Jeans and had spent a small fortune considering I was in undergrad and living on OSAP. I wore them to

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So after two months of brand ambassadorship with Sanuk footwear, I have fallen head over heels for the line of super comfortable and cute shoes. With that said, I am so excited to be partnering with Sanuk to give one

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Sometimes there are those items you have purchased that just make your whole body hum because they are so you. That’s the way I feel about this swingy, yellow number that I picked up at Urban Outfitters when I was

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Have you ever been in so much pain from your shoes that the moment you remove the torture devices (despite the blood, blisters and temporarily misaligned toe–just kidding, there’s never been too much blood), it’s like you experience some sort

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