Canadian Girls Need Coats written by Rosyln Constanzo

Motherhood

I would say that I’m very open-minded when it comes to clothes—I love outlandish pairings, offensive proportions, and unorthodox style. That’s the stuff of fashion, I think. Likewise, I appreciated living in a big city because of the inherent “anything goes” attitude. But if there’s one oversight that I regard as a style sin, it has to be treating your coat as an afterthought. The guilty party is typically a would-be put-together woman on the street who relinquishes any and all style cred by wearing a ho-hum everyday parka over her otherwise chic ensemble.
“She might be cold,” you say, and yes, parkas have their place in a Canadian’s wardrobe—in fashion, even. But most Canucks spend such a significant chunk of the year in heavy layers, it’s imperative to have fun with our outerwear and to make sure it enhances our look rather than detracting from it.
Canadian girls need coats. At least that’s how I justify my ever-expanding wardrobe of teddy coats, leather jackets, faux furs, puffers, denim jackets, and wools. Coats are so integral to my look, I often rely on them to make my simple jeans and tee into a bonafide outfit. And when asked if I want to check my coat at the door of an event, I always decline.
“I’m a little chilly,” I lie. But what I really want to say is, “No way!  This faux fur chubby makes my outfit, don’t you see?” (It always makes me think about Carrie Bradshaw having to remove her statement shoes at her friend’s baby shower). Not to mention, a wardrobe of great coats will help you get through that winter wardrobe slump. So next time you go to pull on your run-of-the-mill puffer, remember that there’s probably an ankle-length yeti coat or a colourful, menswear-inspired wool out there, waiting to work wonders in your closet.

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Florida Swimwear Feat SWIMCO

Motherhood

 

So I was working on my Florida Blog Post and while going through photos they are all pretty much of us in bathing suits! Lol! I guess that is a good sign though of a trip well spent in  great weather. 🙂

Here are the links to suits we wore from SWIMCO a family brand we love and are always happy to work with.

Link to my one piece HERE

Owens board shorts HERE

Ella and Mia’s swim wear found HERE

We’re home now and freezing our buns off… this weather is making me want to plan another getaway! Are you going anywhere this march break? Have room for a Mom and three really cute little kiddos? 😉

x0x Suzanne

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