When Fair November comes to Guelph, I plan a daytrip and I am never disappointed; it’s one of the shopping adventures I look forward to every autumn! Fauxy lady in my faux fur coat; cool without cruel!
Fall fashion is fun! This orange jacquard jacket brightens up dreary, rainy days. I paired it with chocolate brown for an autumnal look.
My friend Jo found this jacket at Talize (a thrift shop). At $7.99 it was an easy decision. I can always donate it back later if I made a mistake. I received so many compliments including from some of the vendors.
These lovely ladies stopped me and asked where I got it. They were at a Christian conference in the area.
Bella Grey is a unique collection of handcrafted jewellery using natural beach stones!
K.O.O.L. is the innovative and eco friendly creation of Sarah who upcycles animal feed sacks into useful totes and handbags of all sizes. She also uses fabric samples in her designs. (Not biodegradable or recycled by the municipalities — empty horse, bird, dog and cat feed bags.)
Jannis, owner of Olio Eco, blends reclaimed materials in her fabulous creations: her line of sustainable, eco and organic clothing is ethical and fashionable!
Teresa is a happy shopper who walked by and I had to stop her to admire her necklace. These vintage inspired necklaces and jewellery add sparkles to an outfit and can turn blah into brilliant! Kristin of K. Ross Creation uses antique buttons to make her amazing designs that have a vintage look.
This layered, asymmetrical skirt is faux suede and twirls so nicely when I’m dancing.
Before heading home, it’s time for a bite to eat. I’m so glad they have vegan options with delicious choices!
I love how festive everything is decorated for Christmas!
One month till Christmas. Have you started your Christmas shopping and decorating?
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