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#TrendingInCanada: Shades Of Spring Green

Spring is in full swing, so now’s the time to pull out the pastels and bright colours (!). While neon green dominated catwalks and streetwear last...

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#TrendingInCanada: The Pillow Challenge

With increasing limitations set around leaving the house, fashionistas are faced with a new test: making a statement from home. In response,...

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KOTN: The Clothing Brand Making Transparent Fashion Cool

At STYLE Canada, we are always searching for #CanadianBrands that we feel align with our values to share with our audience. This month, we are focusing our...

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#TrendingInCanada: Tie-Dye Tracksuits

Tie-dye has gained major traction in the fashion world over the last year. What started out as a hippy-dippy, Grateful Dead t-shirt renaissance has evolved...

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#TrendingInCanada: Monochrome Sweatsuits

As we head into our third week of staying indoors, one outfit has conquered all when it comes to getting dressed for the day: the sweatsuit. Yes, we know that...

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#TrendingInCanada: Power Suits

Look out SS2020! The moment we head back to the office, you can bet we’ll be rocking high-power, ultra-stylish statement suits. The power suit, which...

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#TrendingInCanada: Jumpsuits

While we do our best to navigate through these difficult and uncertain times surrounding COVID-19, we’re doing what we can to live our...

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#TrendingInCanada: Dad Jeans

Over the past few years, the skinny jean silhouette that dominated the early to mid 2000s has officially become a thing of the past. Fashionistas far and wide...

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The New Classics: La Chemise By Rebecca Taylor

We all have go-to wardrobe staples. Perhaps yours is a fail-proof button-down you reserve for job interviews or a silky blouse you return to for date nights...

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#TrendingInCanada: Wide Brim Hats

The fresh scent of a new season is in the air and warmer weather is already creeping around the corner. Canadians have begun dragging their beloved spring...

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