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- Relaxing in my red Covered Perfectly top.❤️made in the USA 🇺🇸 @coveredperfectly #fashionblogger #fashionover50Winter in Ontario. Keeping warm in my pink puffer jacket and cosy fleece-lined pink camouflage leggings. @save_the_duck #pink #pinkcamo #winter #fashionblogger #hanoverHappy Valentines! With love, carmen ♥️#love #valentinesBuffalo plaid cardigan brightens up dreary winter days. #buffaloplaid #lumberjackstyleMy cozy windowpane plaid cardigan jacket and thrifted beret. #blackandwhite #thriftedfashion #slowfashion #winterfashion #fashionbloggerRoom with a view! A cold winter night as seen from the bedroom window. #winterHappy New Year!♥️ #buffaloplaidchristmas #buffaloplaid #lumberjackstyle #fashionbloggerMerry Christmas! Wishing everyone a blessed holiday season! #merrychristmasShopping at Simons, Canadian store. Love this two-tone sweater! ❤️ #sweaterweather #fashionblogger #leopardprint #notwool @maisonsimons @simons.canadaShopping at Simons Canadian store. I love this shade of raspberry. #longcardigan #floraltshirt #fashionblogger #simonscanada @simons.canada @maisonsimonsDesigned in Canada and bought at @zacksfashions - women’s apparel since 1921, first store opened in Kitchener, Ontario. 19 stores across Ontario and Quebec, “Zacks offers an inspiring selection of career and casualwear in sizes ranging from 4 - 18.” #clairedesjardins #clairedesjardinsapparel #clairedesjardinsart #canadianstore #fashionblogger #zacksfashion #zacksfashionsI love second hand: easy on the pocketbook and great for the environment. Lace top is from Cleo via thrifted. Faux leather pants and shoes from my friend Maggie‘s clothing exchange. #clothingexchange #thriftedfashion #slowfashion #whatveganswearIn memory of my mom, my inspiration! I’m wearing one of her favourite styles: peplum, pencil skirt, lace stockings and high heels. My velvet peplum top is thrifted. Pencil skirt from my daughter’s eco-boutique @drizzleandshine The stockings belonged to my mom. Shoes from my friend @maggieli28 clothing exchange. #fashionblogger #memories💕Fun at Crystal Beach with Maria!❤️ #crystalbeachontario #fashionblogger #sweaterweatherThe Roaring ‘20s. It was a swell time at the costume party! #flapper #fashionblogger #themeparty #fauxfurThe Roaring ‘20s ... #flapper #themeparty #fashionbloggerBirds of a feather! I am copying Maggie, she has great style! I love her colorful, feather print leggings and found a similar pair. #friends #copycat #fashionbloggerIf you’re ever in the Niagara area drop by #lajoliemolly #supportsmallbusiness #shoplocal Dressed up with my bamboo and lace shrug for a lovely afternoon at Langdon Hall. #fashionbloggerLa Jolie Molly - with a name and sign like this, of course, I had to go in and check it out! First thing I bought was this pretty bamboo and lace shrug, just the thing to dress up jeans. #supportsmallbusiness #shoplocal #crystalbeach @la_jolie_molly_boutiqueThere is a beautiful old Willow tree on the back road of our neighborhood. Olive green and white outfit. Scarf and purse are thrifted. #thriftedfashion #whiteafterlaborday #slowfashion #fashionblogger
Tag Archives: Christkindl Market
I got several compliments on my newly thrifted jacket (made by Parsley and Sage). I wore it for the first time to the Fashion History Museum recently and now to Fair November. Ever since I heard about Fair November, we … Continue reading
WHY? … because they have compassion. This is the 19th year of Kitchener’s German Christmas market. I have been going to the Christkindl Market every year. I was so happy to spot these fashionable ladies wearing faux fur. This is … Continue reading
One of the things I like to do during the Christmas season is go to fairs and markets. I enjoy the festivities: the atmosphere, Christmas music, meeting friends, talking to venders and I believe in supporting local artisans and vendors. … Continue reading
Every time I hear the word tradition – the song from Fiddler on the Roof plays in my mind. Tradition … Traditions can be good to keep and fun to do. Two of the things we enjoy are going to … Continue reading
Christmas is around the corner with only a month before we light the Christmas candles and sing Silent Night. Until then there’s shopping and preparations, decorations to put up. One of the things I enjoy are Christmas markets and artisan … Continue reading
Every December, I go to enjoy the sights and sounds and tastes of Kitchener’s annual German Christmas Market; Towering Christmas trees adorned with lights and pretty ornaments, Christmas carols echoing through the air, fresh-off-the-grill potato pancakes, giant pretzels, hot glühwein (mulled … Continue reading