This month we changed things up a bit. We asked Jeanne to give us three
trends you’ll want to wear this spring. Herewith, her favourite crop tops,
full skirts and open-toe booties (and where to buy them)
The Coop Ink's co-owners (and brothers) John and Mike Corallo have filled the three-level building with high-end suits made both for the young and old, and stocked the shelves with an admirable denim selection.
One of the key shapes of spring footwear is undoubtedly the bootie-sandal hybrid. Whether it's a full-on boot with a cut-out toe, or something a bit more mindful of summer heat and humidity, you'd best prepare to gird those ankles.
Torontonian Andrea Dixon has a proclivity for crafting covetable neckwear, and her stuff is cut from cloths supplied by Liberty of London, the legendary British retailer known for selling richly printed fabrics. Her Etsy-based line Pomp & Ceremony features bow ties, neck ties and pocket squares of unrivaled quality, the majority of which feature gorgeous floral patterns and themes.
You look like a successful career woman with promising employment opportunities and lots of essentials to carry on your person. You are ambitious and goal-oriented—not to mention grown—so you need a professional day bag to help organize your upward mobility.
What makes dutil. a force to be reckoned with in the denim arena? Simple: supreme selection.
With March just around the corner, it's unlikely you'll be investing in any more heavy winter boots. So, let's move on to booties that'll transition you from the cold into skirt-and-hosiery weather.
It's Spring preview time in the world of menswear, and while those slicing arctic winds may suggest the opposite, trust me: Now's the time to meet the brands that'll be selling fast come rain season.
According to surveys conducted in Europe and the United States, pink is the colour most commonly associated with femininity. Of course, unless you've been living in a monastery for the past 100 years, you probably didn't need a survey to tell you that.
Most folks may not be aware of this, but South Korea is known for its affordable, stylish shoes. Young and Tae, a new Queen Street boutique devoted to the shoe, exemplifies this to a Toronto audience.