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The snow is long gone and we’ve emerged victorious from our Canada Goose cocoons. It’s time to turn up the heat with flirty
We love our country, that's undeniable. But our nation's birthday is often served with a side of over-the-top outfits (cue
Instead of partaking in #FF, we've decided it's time to seek out the best Twitter accounts in Canadian fashion so you can
As you read this on Sunday morning, I am most likely stumbling around in my bathrobe, ice pack on head, recovering from the annual holiday party my husband and I throw for colleagues and friends. It's traditional for us to serve a blue cocktail in celebration of Hanukkah. Why we started this, I don't know, because blue drinks are unfailingly disgusting. The key ingredient in a blue drink is Curacao liqueur and this year we mixed the Curacao with vodka and lemonade. For once, the result wasn't too bad. In any case, it doesn't really matter what the cocktail tastes like, I've found. At a party, people will toss back anything if they are having fun. Which makes a somewhat long preamble to the launch of our newest section, HuffPost Canada Style. Style will show you how to look fabulous even while holding a blue drink.
Our national dialog on fashion has never been better, with local heroes like Joe Fresh and Smythe winning the hearts of international sartorial icons, and homegrown bloggers taking the fashion world by storm. We want to bring this dialog to HuffPost Canada Style, making it the place where you can embrace and express your personal style.
By Vanessa Taylor, TheKit.ca What happens when you mix a mass retailer known for their comfortable fits-every-body mantra
Even though it's fall outside -- and we're pretty much convinced we'll be saying the s word soon -- we at The Huffington